CURRENT RODEO ROYALTY

The 2022 Airdrie Rodeo Royalty consists of our Queen Kelcey Moore and our Princess Hannah Braun. Each year the reigning Royalty attend hundreds of community events as ambassadors of the City of Airdrie, sharing and celebrating the western heritage, cultures and community spirit locally and across the province.

In these roles, the Royalty not only serve their community, but also benefit from professional and personal development as members of these programs. They receive support from their Royalty Director to help uphold their responsibilities and achieve their personal goals during their terms and find belonging in a community committed to making a difference and having fun while doing it.

 

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2022 Miss Rodeo Airdrie
Kelcey Moore

Kelcey Moore is 25 years old and grew up in Calgary living the life every young girl wants; competitive dancing and horses. Her parents showed her what it means to be dedicated, full of spirit, and brave. Kelcey’s adept at changing on the fly and meeting the challenge of any situation. Previously on Team Canada for dance this allowed her to travel the world representing her country. Kelcey is a personal trainer, professional dancer and choreographer; she excels in guiding her students through challenges and uncertainty by helping students identify their strengths. An advocate for mental health, Kelcey continues to share her experiences to help those around her. She believes in undertaking new adventures, bringing the toughest parts of oneself forward. If Kelcey achieves this goal of becoming part of Airdrie Royalty, she hopes to pass on the virtues of what it means to be a part of western culture and community.

Photograph courtesy of Kaycee Ann Photography

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2022 Airdrie Pro Rodeo Princess
Hannah Braun

As a born and raised Calgarian, 21 year old Hannah Braun has always had a passion for horses, rodeo and Alberta. Currently Hannah is finishing her final year in the Bachelor of Art for Psychology at Mount Royal University. Upon completion of her schooling Hannah hopes to use her formal education in combination with the equine industry to promote mental health awareness among the rodeo community and support those with trauma and disabilities. Hannah chose to run for the Airdrie Royalty program because she believes that Airdrie embodies the values of a true community and that she will be able to represent the town and rodeo with grace while pulling forward to make new strides.

Photograph courtesy of Kaycee Ann Photography