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Rodeo Royalty

The Lehi Round-Up Queen Committee held their annual pageant at the beautiful Thanksgiving Point Velvet Room on April 6, 2019, to select a queen and two attendants to represent and reign over the Lehi Round-Up Rodeo, which takes place the last week in June each year.

Rodeo royalty

After a full day of interviews, modeling, impromptu speeches, and horsemanship competition, the judges
selected Grace Green, Hadley Seeds, and Katelyn Lisonbee to serve as Miss Lehi Round-Up Rodeo Royalty 2019. During their reign, they will make appearances at rodeos and other special events to educate the public and create awareness about the sport of rodeo.

Grace, 2019 Rodeo Queen, is the daughter of Sandy Green and the late Kevin Green. Grace has been active in the Utah High School Rodeo Association, 4-H, and Future Farmers of America (FFA) and has earned several awards in each of those
organizations. She has represented many rodeos, including the Western Stampede, Oakley, and Strawberry Days. Grace is a
senior at Herriman High School and also takes concurrent
enrollment classes at Snow College. Her future plans are to attend Utah State University and major in Veterinary Science with a minor in Equine Management. In her spare time, Grace enjoys anything outdoors, including trail rides, hiking, and camping. She also enjoys attending Utah Jazz basketball, Salt Lake Bees
baseball, and Utah Grizzlies hockey games. Grace feels it is a
privilege to represent the 82nd Lehi Round-Up Rodeo.

Hadley Seeds from West Point, Utah, will represent the 2019 Lehi Round-Up Rodeo as the first attendant. She is the daughter of Curtis and Charlotte Seeds. Hadley is a former member of Future Farmers of America (FFA), where she fulfilled leadership positions and earned her State FFA degree in Horse Proficiency. She has held rodeo queen titles of Weber County Jr. Posse, Morgan
County, and Oneida County, as well as many attendant titles. Hadley plans to pursue a degree in Accounting at Weber State University beginning this fall. She enjoys everything outdoors from hiking to hauling hay and attending horse races. She feels it is a great honor to represent the Lehi Round-Up Rodeo and the wonderful community of Lehi.

Katelyn Lisonbee from Duchesne, Utah, has been chosen as the second attendant to the 2019 Miss Lehi Round-Up Rodeo. She is the daughter of Jerry and Sherry Lisonbee. Katelyn is a 2018 graduate of Duchesne High School where she was active in Future Farmers of America (FFA) and was a member of the all-state
volleyball team. She also competed in high school rodeo in barrel racing, pole bending, and break-away roping. She has represented the sport of rodeo as Miss Duchesne County, Miss Dinosaur Round-Up, and Miss Tabiona Rodeo queens. Katelyn is currently a student at Dixie State University, pursuing a degree in physical therapy. When she is not competing in rodeos, she enjoys, hiking, camping, and being outdoors with family and friends, as well as working on the family farm. Katelyn looks forward to being a role model for future
generations of rodeo queens as a representative of the Lehi Round-Up Rodeo.