Agua Dulce native Carollann Scott will be making her first official appearance as the 2015 Miss Rodeo California in the Rose Parade in Pasadena on January 1.
Scott, 22, was crowned in October and will take over as the official Miss Rodeo of California appearing with the Norco Cowgirls Drill Team.
“My grandma Henrietta passed away recently, she was a florist for more than 60 years and she always wanted me to be in the Rose Parade,” says Scott. “It’s really an honor that I get to be a part of it.”
The parade begins at 9:00 a.m. on New Years Day for most people, but for participants the day begins the night before.
Because the freeway is shut down, participants will camp on the road beginning at 9:00 p.m. and wake up to get ready around 4:30 a.m.
“It’s going to be a long night and it’s going to be very cold but I know it is going to be very worth it to live out every little girls dream,” Scott said.
Scott is number 58 out and there is around 80 groups total.
“We are riding in pink for breast cancer awareness,” Scott said. “One of the Norco Cowgirls Drill Team members is currently going through breast cancer treatment and the cause is close to my heart because my mom is a recent breast cancer survivor.”
For full coverage of the Tournament of Roses Parade tune in to KTLA 5 or RFDTV.
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