Meet the 2019 Fair & Rodeo Court
Princess Maddie Coleman and Queen Savannah Storlie
The 2019 Court competed for the royalty title on October 27, 2018. Four young women were challenged in categories such as rodeo knowledge, appearance, poise, speech presentation, and horsemanship skills. Join us on March 16, 2019, for the Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court Coronation in the Main Pavilion at the Clackamas County Event Center (Fairgrounds). Watch for details on the Canby Rodeo website, the Clackamas County Fair website and the Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court Facebook page or ask either of these wonderful ladies.
Queen Savannah Storlie
Savannah was born and raised in the small town of Boring, Oregon. She is the 21 year-old daughter of Nate and Cindy Holmlund and a sister to 4 siblings. Following in her mother’s footsteps her love for horses started at an early age. She graduated from Sam Barlow High School in 2016, competing in equine 4-H as well as the Oregon High School Equestrian team for four years. She enjoys anything horse related, including keeping up on her mare Jolene. Savannah has been riding for 15 years and during high school, she was an OHSET State qualifier for 3 years, a PNWIC qualifier for two years, and a PNWIC record holder. Savannah was an Honor Student all four years of high school and the last two years of college. She currently attends Mt. Hood Community College pursuing a business degree and in the future, she plans to transfer to a university to further her education and ultimately end up in the bison industry. If she looks familiar to you it is probably because she was the 2017 Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Princess. Savannah also enjoys working with leather, drawing, spending time at her family ranch in Wallowa, and traveling along the rodeo road chasing adventure. When asked why she wanted to be on the Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court Savannah stated, “I want to be part of the 2019 Canby Rodeo Court, because I want to represent and promote the sport I love most with dedication, grace, leadership, and faith, while educating others about the rodeo lifestyle. This is not only an honor, but an incredible opportunity to make a difference.”
Princess Maddie Coleman
Maddie Coleman, 24, the daughter of Michael and Gail Coleman, grew up in St. Paul, Oregon. She is a graduate of Sweet Briar College with a BS in Biology and is currently a 3rd year pharmacy student at Oregon State University College of Pharmacy. While at Sweet Briar, Maddie was an active member of the school’s riding program. She participated on the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team. Fall Hunter/Equitation team, and American National Riding Commission team. Maddie has been active in high school and college earning a place on Honor Rolls and attaining scholarships. As the 2011 Marion County Dairy Princess Ambassador and the 2018 St. Paul Rodeo Princess, Maddie is accustom to representing the organizations she loves being involved with. In addition to being a collegiate athlete, she completed independent biology research on the native minnows that inhabit the campus streams and also worked as a science outreach student leader, developing science education activities for local youth. As a pharmacy student Maddie enjoys volunteering at health outreach events where she gets to interact with communities all over the Willamette Valley. In the future, she plans to practice community pharmacy in rural and medically underserved areas of Oregon. In Maddie’s words, the reason for wanting to be on the Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court is, “I want to be a member of the 2019 Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court because I want to be a welcoming representative of the values and sport of rodeo. I want to serve the community as a role model, connecting the public with rodeo and the western lifestyle.”
Congratulations, Maddie Coleman!
Fair and Rodeo Court Sponsors
Classic Business Printing Services
United Riders 4-H Club
Dave Thiems Farrier Service