Want to be rodeo royalty? Posse has a plan

The famed King County Posse with their “Silver Saddles on Golden Horses” is looking for young ladies interested in trying out for the position of 2009 King County Princess on the 2009 Ellensburg Rodeo Royal Court.

  • Thursday, May 15, 2008 11:20pm
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The famed King County Posse with their “Silver Saddles on Golden Horses” is looking for young ladies interested in trying out for the position of 2009 King County Princess on the 2009 Ellensburg Rodeo Royal Court.

During her year-long commitment, the chosen princess will find herself traveling along with the Ellensburg Queen and Princess, to numerous rodeos, parades and other events throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Canada. Time is spent not only promoting the sport of rodeo but especially the Ellensburg Rodeo, one of the top 20 rodeos in the nation, that takes place every Labor Day weekend.

The position is open to any horsewoman from King or South Snohomish County, who will be a senior in high school or is starting her freshman year of college as of this fall.

The position includes a $500 academic scholarship provided by the King County Posse. All travel and clothing expenses are covered by the Ellensburg Rodeo Board.

For more information and to obtain an application, visit the King County Princess Web site at kingcountyprincess.com

Applications for the tryouts are due by June 30.

For more information about the King County Posse go to: www.kingcountyposse.com

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