St. Paul Rodeo selects 2024 Queen, Princesses
St. Paul, Ore. – Three women have been selected for the 2024 St. Paul Rodeo Royal Court.
Emelia Coleman will serve as the 2024 St. Paul Rodeo Queen, and Erin Anderson and Morgan Cuff have been chosen as St. Paul Rodeo Princesses.
Coleman, St. Paul, is a senior at Oregon State University, pursuing a degree in business marketing with a minor in new media communications. She is a member of the St. Paul Rodeo Association and has volunteered with the rodeo for several years. She is the daughter of Kevin and Kelly Coleman.
Anderson, Sherwood, is a graduate of Oregon State University with a degree in bioresource research and a minor in chemistry. She is the daughter of Craig and Elaina Anderson.
Cuff, Woodburn, is a sophomore at Oregon State University, pursing a degree in agricultural business. She is the daughter of Tony and Kathy Cuff.
For Jen Tickner, a volunteer on the rodeo court committee, selecting a court each year is an honor and a delight.
“This year was an exceptionally impressive year,” she said. “Our pool of seven candidates exhibited exceptional intelligence and passion not only for the sport of rodeo but the agriculture industry and our western heritage as a whole,” she said.
She looks forward to working with the young women as they represent the St. Paul Rodeo at various functions and appearances throughout the year.
“At the end of the pageant, I was full of hope and pride for the future of our way of life, knowing there is a bright group of highly educated and well-spoken young women entering the industry.”
The St. Paul Rodeo takes place July 2-6, 2024 in St. Paul. Performances start at 7:30 pm each night with fireworks following the show. A July 4 matinee begins at 1:30 pm. Tickets go on sale November 6 and will be available online at www.StPaulRodeo.com. They range in price from $20-$60. For more information, visit the website or call 800.237.5920.