11 will vie for Miss Flame titleSeptember 24, 2018
BIRDSEYE — The Birdseye Volunteer Fire Department will host the Indiana Volunteer Firefighters Association District 18 Miss Flame Contest and Fire Prevention Parade on Sunday, Oct. 14.
Eleven young women will be vying for the title of Miss Flame.
Hadley Fuhrman, daughter of John and Lori Fuhrman, is a freshman at Northeast Dubois High School. She is representing the Haysville Volunteer Fire Department.
Caitlyn Lee is the daughter of Chris Lee and Jessica Griepenstroh. She is a senior at Southridge High School and is representing the Huntingburg Volunteer Fire Department.
Kaelynn Luker is representing the Holland Volunteer Fire Department. She is a junior at Southridge High School and the daughter of Brian and Jan Luker.
Kylie Patterson, a sophomore at Jasper High School, is the daughter of Aaron and Pam Patterson. She is representing the Madison Township Fire Department.
Abby Ruxer, daughter of Todd and Angie Ruxer, is a sophmore at Heritage Hills High School. She is representing the St. Meinrad Volunteer Fire Department.
Braili Ann Schipp is the daughter of Jeremy Schipp and Amy Dilger. She is a sophmore at Heritage Hills High School and is representing the Santa Claus Volunteer Fire Department.
Emily Schwartz is representing the St. Henry Volunteer Fire Department. She is a junior at Forest Park Junior-Senior High School and the daughter of Richard and Patti Schwartz.
Summer Stout, a senior at Forest Park Junior-Senior High School, is the daughter of Brett and Misty Stout. She is representing the Birdseye Volunteer Fire Department.
Amber Theising is representing the Schnellville Volunteer Fire Department. She is a junior at Forest Park Junior-Senior High School and the daughter of Bernard and Angela Theising. She is a junior at Forest Park Jr./Sr. High School and is representing Schnellville Volunteer Fire Department.
Madison Voegerl, daughter of Cory and Renee Voegerl, is a junior at Northeast Dubois High School. She is representing the Dubois Volunteer Fire Department.
Tasha Wiseman is the daughter of Kyle and Debra Wiseman. She is a sophomore at Crawford County High School and is representing the English Volunteer Fire Department.
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