Having been out of queen competitions for a few years, I missed the job that a rodeo queen does, and wanted to represent one again. The title of the Guthrie 89er Days Celebration interested me a lot, because it is not just representing the sport of rodeo that I love so much, it is celebrating a major event in the history of Oklahoma, the state that I also love. I am honored to have the title and the opportunity to share its contribution to our state. I was born and raised in Claremore, OK. I am currently a junior at Roger State University majoring in Communications with a minor in biology. Upon graduation, I plan to work in agriculture nutrition. Currently, I work at St. John Health System as a nurse tech on the Neuro/ortho surgical trauma unit. I am the daughter of the late, Lane Warren and Lesleigh Cash-Warren, owner of Hooves, Paws & Claws. I am the older sister to Laramie, a rodeo team member at NEO In Miami, OK. The 3 of us take care of our ranch and cattle in Adair, OK. Being a former titleholder, I have held the honorable titles of Miss Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo Princess 2006, Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Princess 2008, Jr. Miss Rodeo Old Fort Days 2010, Miss Rodeo Oklahoma Teen 2011, & Miss Oklahoma HS Rodeo Queen 2012-2013. Being Miss 89er Days Celebration Queen allows me to stage my platform of R.O.P.E. (Respect other people everywhere). The purpose of this platform is to stress to everyone that each person you come into contact with deserves respect. In today's society, people do not seem to have enough respect when communicating with the general population.
2017 Princess Cate Gibson
2017 Candidates for Queen & Princess
2016 Princess Avery Hamlin
Queen Keely Coldiron
Cate is the 12-year-old daughter of Dave and Kim Gibson of Edmond, Oklahoma. She attends Heartland Middle School as a 7th grade student. Cate is involved with 4-H, serving as the 2017 Reporter and is a 4th generation Oklahoman.
When Cate grows up she wants to complete a degree in Pre-med, then pursue a degree in Equine Veterinary Medicine.
Cate loves to spend time at the barn with friends caring for and working with horses. Especially her barrel horse Sue. She is also training a new 2-year old named Tootsie. But most of all, she loves to rodeo.
Cate is looking forward to her time as 89er Days Celebration Princess. Meeting new people, making memories, and forging lifelong friendships are but a few of the upcoming expectations.
A huge thank you to my supporters, Allison Hamblin, Ashley McKenzie, my parents, and so many others.
2017 Queen Bayleigh Warren
2014 Queen Dracyn Taylor
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