Eight candidates seek Dale Fall Festival crownAugust 28, 2019
From Local Sources
DALE — The Dale Fall Festival queen pageant will be held at 7 p.m. CT Sunday, Sept. 1, in the Heritage Hills High School auditorium at Lincoln City. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children. All girls must students in North Spencer School Corporation.
The theme for the 52nd annual festival, which takes places Sept. 5 through 7, is “Dale — A Community Built on Generations.”
Queen candidates are:
Ella Green, 17, daughter of Darrel and Della Green of Chrisney, is a senior at Tecumseh High School. She plans to attend Stephen’s College to major in clinical psychology specializing in pediatrics. She is sponsored by Green Farms.
Angie Ibital, 18, is a junior at Heritage Hills High School. She is the daughter of Albi and Angela Tiugida of Santa Claus. While she is planning to further her education, she is undecided on her plans. Her family is her sponsor.
Summer Konerding, 18, is sponsored by Englert’s Auto Service and Collision Center. She is a senior at Heritage Hills and the daughter of Phil and Shelly Konerding. She wants to pursue her degree in the medical field.
Rachel Martin, 16, daughter of Ryan and Sally Martin of Santa Claus, is a junior at Heritage Hills. She plans to attend Indiana University to study criminal justice law. Her parents are her sponsor.
Miranda Miller, 20, sponsored by the Dubois County Bombers, is the daughter of Charles and Jacqueline Miller of Santa Claus. She is currently a sophomore at Indiana University Southeast pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in communication.
Braili Ann Schipp, 17, Ferdinand, daughter of Jeremy Schipp and Amy Dilger, is a junior at Heritage Hills. She plans to major in agribusiness when she graduates. Lubbehusen Farms LLC is her sponsor.
Madison Smith, 16, is a junior at Heritage Hills and the daughter of Steven and Theresa Smith of Dale. She is planning to get her bachelor’s degree in nursing at Indiana University Southeast. She is sponsored by Summer Community Adventures.
Mallory Tempel, 17, daughter of Jerome and Rhonda Tempel of Santa Claus, is a senior at Heritage Hills High School. She is planning to either Purdue University or Indiana University to possibly study teaching. She is sponsored by her family.
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