Dale Fall Fest queen candidates announcedAugust 16, 2017
From Local Sources
DALE — The Dale Fall Festival queen pageant will be held at 7 p.m. CDT Sunday, Sept. 3, in the Heritage Hills High School auditorium at Lincoln City. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children. The 12 contestants are all students at Heritage Hills High School.
The theme for this year’s festival, which will take place Sept. 7 through 9, is “The Golden Years: 50 Years of Family, Friends and Community.
Jalynn Fortwendel, 17, daughter of Tim and Sherri Fortwendel of Evanston, is a senior. Her focus is in the medical field, particularly neonatal care.
Lydia Genet, 16, is sponsored by the Smile Center. She is a junior and is the daughter of Mike and Julie Genet of Santa Claus. She plans to become a social worker.
Janna Heneisen, 16, Tennyson, is the daughter of Randy and Deanna Heneisen. She is a junior and is sponsored by Lincoln Amphitheatre. She plans to attend Ivy Tech and the University of Southern Indiana to acquire her bachelor’s degree in social work.
Brooklyn Lee, 18, a senior, is the daughter of Amanda Jones of Dale. She is sponsored Boom Squad Inc. She plans to attend Lincoln University to study anesthesiology.
Kayley Marchand, 17, daughter of T.J. and Susan Marchand of Dale, is a senior. She is sponsored by the Dale Optimist Club and plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana to study business administration.
Olivia Meunier, 15, a sophomore, is the daughter of Greg and Jennifer Meunier of Santa Claus. She plans to take studies in the medical field.
Kerragan Mulzer, 17, is sponsored by Mulzer Crushed Stone. She is a senior and the daughter of Ken and Denae Mulzer of Fulda. She will attend Western Kentucky University to study architectural design and play soccer.
Madelynn Rohl, 17, a senior, is the daughter of Aaron and Laura Rohl of Lincoln City. She plans to attend Indiana University to become a nuclear medicine technologist.
Sydney Rube, 17, Santa Claus, is the daughter of Amy Laughlin and David Rube. She is a senior and is sponsored by the Evergreen Boutique. She plans to attend Western Kentucky University with a visual arts and business/sales marrketing major.
Sierra Schipp, 16, daughter of Ryan and Michelle Schipp of Santa Claus, is a junior. She plans to attend Indiana University to major in nursing, specializing in pediatric oncology.
Cassidy Stiles, 18, Santa Claus, is sponsored by family and friends. She is a freshman at the University of Southern Indiana and the daughter of Angela Stone and John Stiles. Her plans are to obtain her bachelor’s degree in accounting and professional services and take the certified public accountant exam.
Brianna Townsend, 17, a senior, is the daughter of Ben and Amber Townsend of Santa Claus. She is sponsored by Commonwealth Engineers. She is planning to attend either the University of Southern Indiana or Western Kentucky University to major in medical diagnostic sonography.
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