6 to compete for Miss StrassenfestJuly 24, 2018
From local sources
The Jasper Miss Strassenfest Scholarship Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 28, in conjunction with the Junior Miss and the Little Miss and Little Mister Strassenfest pageants at Redemption Christian Church, 1450 Energy Drive, Jasper. Tickets will be available at the door for $5. More than 1,000 seats are available.
Scholarships will be awarded to the Miss Strassenfest and first runner-up in the amounts of $1,000 and $500, respectively. A second runner-up, Miss Congeniality and Miss Photogenic will also be awarded.
The past 40 years of Strassenfest royalty will be celebrated during the pageant and many of the past winners will take to the stage.
The six Miss Strassenfest contestants are:
Brooklyn Thrasher is the daughter of Bill and Christy Thrasher. She will be a senior at Jasper High School. She volunteered with the First Baptist Church for her community service project.
Hannah Rydberg is the daughter of Bryan and Janet Rydberg. She attends the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and is majoring in film and marketing. For her community service project she volunteered at Community Meals.
Hilary Bauer is the daughter of Ken Bauer and the late Sheri Bauer. She attends the University of Indianapolis where she is majoring in communications and political science. For her community service project she volunteered at the Community CHEW (Child Hunger Ending Workshop).
Melanie Patterson is the daughter of Darren and Dr. Ann Patterson. She will be attending Indiana University where she will be majoring in theatre and drama. For her community service project she volunteered at Holy Family Vacation Bible School.
Priscilla Olson is the daughter of Richard and Lauri Olson. She attends the University of Alabama and is majoring in apparel design. For her community service project she volunteered at the Good Samaritan Society – Northwood Retirement Community.
Taylor Mitchell is the daughter of Adam and Kim Mitchell. She will be a senior at Jasper High School. For her community service project she volunteered at Cathedral Health Care Center.
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