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Newly Coronated! 2020 Royalty

Try-outs and coronation took place on September 28, 2019.

Presenting your 2020 Royalty:

Queen Makenzie Zessin
Princess Alexis Davis
Princess Ashleigh Hubbard

2020 Royalty Winter Yardsale

Walla Walla
Fair & Frontier Days

Queen Katie Skramstad - Center
Princess Bekah Longmire - Left
Princess Devon Harshman - Right

Queen Katie Skramstad

Katie Skramstad is the 19-year-old daughter of Scott & Kelly Skramstad of Umapine, Oregon. She was born and raised in the area with her siblings, 23-year-old Taylor Ann, 21-year-old Cole and 17-year-old Emily. She is a 2018 graduate of Touchet High School where she was an honor student and is currently a student at Blue Mountain Community College where she is a member of the Women’s Basketball team. In High School, Katie was the ASB Public Relations Officer and a four-year varsity player in volleyball, basketball and softball. Katie was involved in the High School FFA chapter where she served as President and competed in showing market swine and livestock judging. She enjoys being a lifetime member of the Milton Freewater Pioneer Posse where she won her first barrel racing buckle at six years old. She currently competes on her 14-year-old Red Dun Quarter Horse mare, SK Zan Parr Sparkle, affectionately known as Ruby. Katie has participated in the Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days with her 4-H club, Riata & Rowels, showing her horse in Western and English events as well as pre-fair western games, with the Touchet 4-H’ers she showed market sheep and entered her photography.

Princess Bekah Longmire

Bekah Longmire is the 19-year-old-daughter of Shane and Tracy Longmire of Walla Walla.She was born and raised in the Walla Walla Valley with her older sister Gabrielle. Bekah is currently a sophomore at Central Washington University, where she is a show member of the University’s Equestrian Team. After acquiring her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science with a minor in Ethics, she plans to continue her education and graduate as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. While in high school, Bekah competed for Walla Walla’s High School Equestrian Team in performance, team, and timed events. She is a member of Milton-Freewater Pioneer Posse and attends Pioneer United Methodist Church. She showed horses at the Walla Walla Fair for 12 years as a member of Thundering Hoofbeat’s 4-H club. She has been showing horses in showmanship, horsemanship, and trail since she was 5-years-old and excels in both Western and English disciplines. In her free time, Bekah enjoys running, swimming, and volunteering with her church.

Princess Devon Harshman

Devon Harshman is the 18 year-old daughter of Becky Harshman of Waitsburg, Washington. Devon was born and raised in Waitsburg, and is currently a Senior at Waitsburg High School. Including her years at Waitsburg, Devon has also attended, and completed one year of the Advanced Manufacturing Welding and Technology course offered by Sea Tech, and is currently attending WWCC with the Running Start Program. Devon maintains an overall GPA of 3.95. Devon has been a three-sport athlete throughout grade school, Junior and Senior High School, as well as participating on a traveling volleyball team with the Walla Walla Sweets Volleyball Club in 2015-2016. Her various other activities include, being an active 4-H member since 3rd grade, member of the Waitsburg FFA Chapter for four years, receiving the Green-Hand and Chapter Degree, and serving as Reporter, Vice-President and currently serving as President of her FFA Chapter. Activities with FFA also include; raising and showing hogs, and being a member of the Trap Team. She has served in various roles throughout High School as an ASB Officer, and is a member of Waitsburg High School National Honor Society. Devon has participated as a member of the Walla Walla Wagonettes for four years, serving as their Vice-President for the 2018 season. Devon served as the 2015 Waitsburg Celebration Days Royalty Queen, as well as the 2016Dayton Jackpot Rodeo Court Princess. Devon’s plans for college include obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture Business and AnimalScience. She is aspiring to be awarded an athletic scholarship for volleyball, as well as scholastic scholarships to assist her with the college tuition.

For Royalty information, please contact:

Charlie Barron, Director

Cindy Granger, Advisor

Tracy Barron, Advisor

Makenzie Widner

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