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Stampede Queen and Princess sign their service contracts

2014 Stampede Princess Matina Durfeld (left), Mayor Kerry Cook, and 2014 Stampede Queen Michelle Ball at the Stampede infield concession behind the chutes where they serve great breakfasts and meals all day. - Angie Mindus photo
2014 Stampede Princess Matina Durfeld (left), Mayor Kerry Cook, and 2014 Stampede Queen Michelle Ball at the Stampede infield concession behind the chutes where they serve great breakfasts and meals all day.
— image credit: Angie Mindus photo

2014 Stampede Princess Matina Durfeld (left) and 2014 Stampede Queen Michelle Ball sign their service contracts at the Stampede concession this morning with Mayor Kerry Cook as their witness.

The girls received their formal crowns on coronation night June 21 at the Elks Hall and will receive crowns for their cowboy hats during the opening ceremonies at the second performance of the 88th annual Williams Lake Stampede tonight starting at 7 p.m. in the Stampede Grounds.

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