Rodeo Pageant Coordinators
Addisen McMullin - Queen
I am the daughter of Wayne and Amber McMullin we live in Oakley, Utah. Where We raise Watusi cattle, a few crazy chickens, Oinker, my 4-H project pig for 2022, and my horses on our small ranch. I am 17 years old and a junior at South Summit High School.
I am a South Summit Rodeo club member and compete in the UHSRA in barrels & breakaway roping. I started to break away last summer and love it. Working with my horse and trying to improve has been a fun learning and growing experience.
I am in my 3rd year of being a Summit County 4-H Ambassador. I am also a member of the South Summit FFA.
I love the 4-H program and how it teaches each generation how to carry on the western way of life: working hard, caring for the animals, and even playing hard.
Each summer, I show pigs and lambs at the Livestock show. This will be my 9th year. The most important thing I have learned during my years of participating in 4-H projects is the vital part that livestock plays in our lives and taking responsibility for animals, money management, and hard work!
I have always loved horses since I was a little girl. After school, you can find me on a trail ride in the mountains by my home, practicing barrels, roping, or working on my reining skills at the Oakley arena. I have five horses to keep in shape, so I stay very busy. I started riding at age five and queening in 2019.
When I am not riding, I love spending time in the Utah Mountains hiking and hunting elk with my dad.
I have been blessed with the ability to sing and have performed for many audiences. My favorite performance was when I was invited to sing the Star-Spangled Banner for the DFRC winter series rodeo. I could feel the respect, patriotism, and appreciation for this great country from the crowd, which gave me chills!
Adrianna Carlson - 1st Attendant
Adrianna Carlson is the daughter of Bjorn and Shanna Carlson of Bluebell Utah. Adrianna is currently dual enrolled at Freedom Prep Academy and Altamont High School. She enjoys hunting, fishing, playing the piano, cooking, baking, spending time with her family, and doing all things FFA. Adrianna has had the opportunity to serve as the 2020 Moonlake FFA Chapter Reporter and the 2021 Moonlake FFA Chapter Secretary. She also received the Star Chapter Farmer Award as well as the Greenhand and Chapter degrees in FFA. Her plans for the future include graduating high school with her culinary arts degree and opening a catering business. Adrianna is the owner of Rustic Comfort Baker, a small online bakery where she sells her homemade baked goods. She has also been working for Bluetree Farms, her family's meat company, for 8 years. Adrianna loves the sport of rodeo and has been an ambassador for the sport of rodeo for many years, starting at the age of 8 where she began her journey as a rodeo queen and has held many titles since.
CeCe Woods - 2nd Attendant
Cecilia Wood is the 17-year-old daughter of Jay and Patsy Wood. She is currently attending Pleasant Grove High School as a senior and plans to attend college at Snow College this fall. She is an FFA officer and has competed on the horse team as well as in the speech portion of FFA competitions. Last year at the 2021 District FFA Convention, she placed second in the Public Speaking contest.
Cecilia, also known as CeCe, has grown up around horses in the cities of Lindon and Pleasant Grove. She is a first-generation cowgirl. She has trained at the Neighborhood Pony Barn in Lindon since 2008, where she learned how to saddle her first pony and work hard. She loves volunteering teaching teens, breaking horses, training horses, or even sometimes just mending fences.
Cecilia has participated in 4H competitions and Panorama Shows in the western events where she has gotten honorable placings.
She has worked for a supplier in the Agricultural Industry since 2020 where she has built a strong work ethic in her daily activities using her persistence, leadership, and communication skills. Cecilia has found lifetime friendships in her place of work.
Cecilia has a passion for Palominos, and you can see it when she is with her mare named Angel. They compete together in Queening. Cecilia dreams of becoming a large animal vet and managing her own breeding barn. Having multiple horses, dogs and other animals is another of her dreams of course as raising her family of multiple kids on a farm. When Cecilia is not riding her mare you can find her playing some Jazz tunes with her custom Mustang guitar that she and her father made together. Also, she enjoys trail riding, four-wheeling, and spending time with family and friends.