We are excited to introduce Aimee Henderson as 2019 Miss Lynden Rodeo.
Aimee is the 17-year-old daughter of James and Angela Henderson. She was born in Bellingham, WA and currently resides in Everson with her parents and 3 brothers. She is a Senior at Lynden Academy and will graduate with Honors in June. She is also attending Running Start full time at Whatcom Community College. Although her love for horses is what consumes her time and resources, she hopes to one day become a Pediatric Dental Assistant. Aimee is a Whatcom County-grown Cowgirl and enjoys her time spent with family and friends. Aimee was lucky enough to start riding horses at the young age of 6. Being a part of 4-H, WAHSET and FFA has helped mold her into a confident and caring young woman. One thing about her is that she is not your average girl. She started out at the age of just three going to dance classes. She also was involved in art classes and a member of a youth choir. All of this while riding and competing in Western and English Riding. At the age of about 12 her love for everything else came to a halt when she discovered speed events. Nothing could replace her passion and love for horses. The exhilaration she experienced while turning a barrel or weaving through the poles was something that would forever shape who she is. Today Aimee enjoys competing on many platforms with her horse Dixie in gaming events. She is giving riding lessons to young girls in hopes of sharing her love for horses with them. Aimee has a love for people, community and horses, and she is super excited at being crowned Miss Lynden Rodeo. She is ready to represent the Lynden PRCA Rodeo for the 2019 season, through traveling, teaching, and spredaing her love for rodeo and the western way of life throughout Western Washington.
Congratulations, Aimee, and welcome to the Lynden PRCA Rodeo family