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Miss Four States Fair & Rodeo Bio

 
Destinee Brown is the is the 21yr old daughter of Vicki Brown.  She currently resides in Texarkana, Texas, here she is attending her second year at Texarkana College Registered Nursing Program.  When she graduates she has plans of becoming a nurse in the surgical field. 
 
Destinee enjoys spending her time reading, painting, dancing, but most of all barrel racing & attending rodeos.  She has held various Queen Titles in the past, her most recent title was 2013 Miss UPRA (United Professional Rodeo Association) Queen.  This year alone she has represented her title at over 30 events traveling over more than 4,700 miles across the states of Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas to fulfill her duties. 
 
From watching with excitement as a child, to running sponsor flags in between events at recent performances - the Four States Fair has long since been an important part of her memories, becoming Miss Four States Fair and Rodeo is an honor and she is very exited to have the opportunities as the spokesperson for this organization. 

 

MISS FOUR STATES FAIR & RODEO QUEEN AND TEEN CONTESTANTS

 

SHELBY LOWE - Competing in the Queen Division; Shelby is the daughter of Heath & Marla Lowe.  She has a younger sister and brother, Kaylee and Bryce, and live in the small town of Watson, Oklahoma.  She is a sophomore at Carl Albert State College pursuing a degree in Special Education, and enjoys her current job working at the boys and girls club where she enjoys her passion of spending time with children. Shelby is the owner of four horses which she enjoys barrel racing, trail riding and competing in rodeo queen competitions. 
 


MISS FOUR STATES FAIR & RODEO QUEEN AND TEEN CONTESTANTS

 
 SARAH VAN NOORD - QUEEN DIVISION; Sara lives in Blossom, Texas.  She is the 17 year old daughter of David and Tamara.  She comes from a family of six sisters and one brother, and is a Senior at Abeka Christian Academy.  She is employed with two family businesses, Van Noord Janitorial & Walnut Ridge Angus Ranch.  She expresses that learning entrepreneurship at a young age is one of God's best blessings to her, even if it means paying taxes four times a year! She also expressed gratitude to the committee for their hard work on the contest.

MISS FOUR STATES FAIR & RODEO QUEEN AND TEEN CONTESTANTS

 
KATY CURRY - TEEN DIVISION; Katy is the 16 year old daughter of Shawnna & Danny Bolton.  She currently attends Mt. Pleasant High School where she is a Junior.  Katy is active in FFA, Southwest Arkansas High School Rodeo Association, UPRA, track and Powder Puff football.  She also spends part of every summer working with therapeutic riding horses at her grandmothers training facility, ensuring they are safe for the children to ride.

MISS FOUR STATES FAIR & RODEO QUEEN AND TEEN CONTESTANTS

 
 CAROLINE MACHA - TEEN DIVISION; Caroline is the 16 year old daughter of Paul and Kathy Macha.  She resides in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a junior this year at Notre Dame High School.  She was a cheerleader, but currently has decided to focus on the three rodeo associations she is involved in!  Caroline and her horse, Cletus, are members of the Texas Oklahoma Barrel Racing Association, National Barrel Horse Association, and the Wichita County Mounted Patrol, where she competes in barrel racing.  She is not shy at all, and loves meeting new people! It is said that one of her favorite hobbies is talking!  

MISS FOUR STATES FAIR & RODEO QUEEN AND TEEN CONTESTANTS

 
 EUGENIA VAN NOORD - TEEN DIVISION; Eugenia is the 15 year old daughter of David and Tamara, and resides in Blossom, Texas.  She currently attends Abeka Christian Academy and is in the ninth grade, and is from a family of eight.  She said she enjoys taking part in her family's two businesses; Van Noord Janitorial and Walnut Ridge Angus Ranch.  Eugenia stated that entrepreneurship is something that is very important to her and she feels that it should be taught to more young people through-out America.  Eugenia also thanked the rodeo committee for their hard work to make the contest a successful one.