4-H Queen, Teen Miss contest SundayJuly 2, 2018
From Local Sources
The Dubois County 4-H Council is sponsoring the 2018 Dubois County 4-H Queen Contest and Teen Miss Contest at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 8, in the Jasper High School gym in Jasper.
Admission for the contest is $5 or free for 4-H members and club leaders with membership cards.
There will also be a Junior Miss for ages 8 to 10 and a Pre-Teen Queen Contest for ages 11 to 13 at 3 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at Cedar Crest Intermediate School. Admission is $2 or free for 4-H members and club leaders with membership cards.
The Dubois 4-H Fair will be held July 16 through 20.
Nine girls ages 17 to 21 are competing in the queen contest.
Bailey Barrett is the daughter of Scott and Carla Barrett of Huntingburg. A graduate of Southridge High School, she attends the University of Southern Indiana where she is studying elementary education. She is being sponsored by her family.
Olivia Brames is a 2018 graduate of Forest Park High School. Her parents are Matt and Glenda Brames of Huntingburg. She plans to attend the University of Evansville and plan to become an English teacher. She is sponsored by the Talent Seekers 4-H Club.
Colleen Hopf is the daughter of Jerry and Debbie Hopf of Huntingburg. A graduate of Jasper High School, she is attending the University of Southern Indiana where she is studying nursing. She is sponsored by Mill Creek Farms.
Elizabeth Huebner is the daughter of Allan and Linda Huebner of Jasper. She is sponsored by Allan Huebner Mowing and Brookside Village Senior Living. She is a graduate of Northeast Dubois High School and is attending Indiana State University majoring in athletic training.
Brianna Lammers attends Purdue University where she is studying agriculture education. A graduate of Southridge High School, Brianna plans to become an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor. Her parents are Brian and Ann Lammers of Huntingburg. She is sponsored by her family and friends.
Louisa Nino, a 2018 graduate of Southridge High School, is the daughter of Judy and Primitivo Nino of Huntingburg. She plans to attend Indiana University studying marketing and business analytics. She is sponsored by her parents and the Clover Conspirators 4-H Club.
Melanie Roberts is the daughter of Lisa Shipman of French Lick and Chad Roberts of Selvin. A graduate of Northeast Dubois High School, she attends Indiana State University majoring in art education. She is sponsored by Lisa Shipman and Brett Kluemper.
Kendra Steckler, daughter of Paul Steckler of Ferdinand, is a 2018 graduate of Forest Park High School. She will be attending Indiana University Southeast to major in accounting and finance. She is sponsored by Hunley Creek Heifer Farms.
Melanie Patterson is the daughter of Ann and Darren Patterson of Jasper and a 2018 graduate of Jasper High School. She plans to attend Indiana University to study theatre and drama. She is sponsored by the Holy Family Young Hopefuls 4H Club.
Three girls ages 14 to 16 will compete in the Teen Miss Contest.
Jaclyn Haug is the daughter of Al and Tammy Haug of Ferdinand and will be a junior at Forest Park High School in the fall. She plans to pursue a career in the medical field after graduation. She is sponsored by Haug Family Farms and Crusaders 4-H Club.
Chaney Barrett, a junior at Southridge High School, is the daughter of Scott and Carla Barrett of Huntingburg. She plans to attend Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis to study in the field of orthodontics. She is sponsored by Windmill Chill.
Leah Wilmes, daughter of Gregg and Kathy Wilmes of St. Anthony, is a junior at Forest Park High School. She plans to study in the medical field after graduation. Her sponsor is the Talent Seekers 4-H Club.
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