Rodeo Queen Archive

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2014 Jessica Lavoi

Jessica is from Debolt, AB.  She attends Ridgevalley School and is active is horse 4H and her local youth group.  After her reign as Miss Teepee Creek Stampede, Jessica went on to compete for the Miss High Prairie Elks Pro Rodeo Crown and won!  

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2013 Erin Head

"I can't begin to say how honoured I am to have been a part of such an amazing rodeo that is continuing to grow every year.  Now I am a part of that history!" - Erin Head

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2012 Telsa Shaver


Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2011 Brittany Meen

Brittany is from Debolt, Alberta and is very active in the community. She has been a 4-H member, is part of the Teepee Creek Gymkhana Club and the Northern Redneck Riders and she can be found barrel racing and pole bending at local rodeos around the Peace Country. Brittany aspires to one day become a pediatric nurse.  After her reign as Miss Teepee Creek Stampede, Brittany went on to be Miss Grande Prairie Stompede in 2013 & she also ran for the covetted Miss Rodeo Canada Title at the 2014 Canadian Finals Rodeo.

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2010 Miranda Pybus

Born and raised on a cattle operation just outside of Spirit River, Miranda has been a 4-H beef member, barrel races with the Northern Redneck Riders, ABRA and PCBRA, and she enjoys volleyball, basketball and swimming. Miranda plans to one day become a veterinarian or work in the field of agriculture.  After her reign as Miss Teepee Creek Stampede, Miranda went on to become Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2015.



2009 was an exciting year for the Teepee Creek Stampede as the first Miss Teepee Creek Stampede was crowned.  Miss Teepee Creek Stampede will be a representative of the Stampede, of the community, and overall, the western way of life. Along with appearing at the Teepee Creek Stampede, Miss Teepee Creek Stampede will be making appearances at events in the surrounding Peace Country throughout her year-long reign. 

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2009, Jodi Ross

Jodi is now a very important part of the current queen program, helping organize events and supporting the contestants and queens each year.

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede is a great opportunity for young women of the community. If you are between the ages of 14 and 17, you are invited to enter the competition, which will be held leading up to and during this year’s Stampede, July 9-12. The competition will consist of several components including but not limited to horsemanship, public speaking, modeling, and photogenics. Entrants will be given opportunities to network and develop lifelong skills.

Miss Teepee Creek Stampede is the perfect stepping stone for aspiring rodeo royalty who hope to compete for Alberta High School Rodeo Queen, Miss Grande Prairie Stompede, and Miss Rodeo Canada.

The board of the Teepee Creek Stampede Association has thrown there support behind the Queen Competition and will be awarding a $500 scholarship to the young woman crowned Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2009.

See our Facebook page and stay tuned to the website for further information, or contact:
Monika Ross
(780) 228-1231

2009 Contestants (L to R): Jodi Ross, Jenna Barnfield, Denay Wohlgemuth, Shana Hollingworth and Shelby Henderson

Monika Ross, Miss Teepee Creek Stampede Competition Coordinator, and Leah Rode, Miss Grande Prairie Stompede 2009 crown Jodi Ross as Miss Teepee Creek Stampede 2009