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sharing passion for making the dreams of these special children come true!

MEET OUR AMBASSADORS

Helping us making dreams come true

Miss Ropin’ Dreams Princess

Campbell Murff

Campbell Murff, 12 years old from Junction Texas. She attends Junction middle school and this year has participated in  basketball, softball, UIl oral reading, Art Smart and Impromptu speaking. She is also a member of the band, 4H and student council representative for 6th grade. She also made the cheerleading team for this coming fall. Campbell loves to ride, run barrels and is learning to breakaway. In her spare time she likes to fish, play in the river, sew, craft and has started designing her own clothes.

Campbell hopes to continue competing in rodeo and rodeo pageants but most of all, experiencing all she can in life.

Miss Ropin’ Dreams Teen:

Delaney Ronciske

Delaney Roncinske is the 18 year old daughter of Megan and Jay Roncinske. She is from Frisco, Texas and is a senior at Wakeland High School, where she is the treasurer for the FFA, a member of NTHS, and Sigma Kappa Delta. In the fall, Delaney will be attending Tarleton State University. She is enrolled in the honors college and will be majoring in Agribusiness.

Delaney Roncinske is the 18 year old daughter of Megan and Jay Roncinske. She is from Frisco, Texas and is a senior at Wakeland High School, where she is the treasurer for the FFA, a member of NTHS, and Sigma Kappa Delta. In the fall, Delaney will be attending Tarleton State University. She is enrolled in the honors college and will be majoring in Agribusiness.

Miss Ropin’ Dreams: 

Hannah Hunt

Hannah Hunt is the 20 year old daughter of John and Angie Hunt of Richmond, Texas. Hannah is currently a student at Blinn College but will be transferring to A&M in College Station in the fall to study Ecology and Conservation Biology and receiver her bachelor’s of science in Vertebrate Zoology.

Hannah plans to become a Veterinarian, specializing in livestock genetics and exotic game breeding.

Outside of school Hannah enjoys competing in barrel racing, pole bending, ranch riding, and being part of the Catalena Cowgirls.  Hannah also enjoys helping out at her home church’s Sunday School and leading Vacation Bible School over the summers.

Hannah has served as the Fort Bend County Fair Queen, Fort Bend County Rodeo Queen, and currently is the reigning Queen and Ambassador for Miss Ropin’ Dreams whose daily mission it is to wake up dedicated to bringing a day of smiles to every child who faces daily challenges due to serious illness or injury. Hannah is grateful for her many opportunities and looks forward to the many possibilities Miss Ropin’ Dreams would afford her.