Fresh from the Canadian Professional Rodeo finals in Edmonton our Stampede royalty helped out at the winter light-up event held in Spirit Square Friday evening

Little angels in cowboy hats

Our Stampede royalty helped out at the winter light-up event held in Spirit Square Friday evening, Nov. 18.

Fresh from the Canadian Professional Rodeo finals in Edmonton our Stampede royalty helped out at the winter light-up event held in Spirit Square Friday evening, Nov. 18. Pictured here having their pictures taken in the little angels cut-out are Stampede Queen Davana Mahon (left), Stampede Princess Bobi Bracewell and Stampede Princess Alexia Colton.

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