Dale Fall Festival announces queen pageant contestants

By Herald Staff

LINCOLN CITY — The Dale Fall Festival Scholarship Queen Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. CT on Sunday, Sept. 5, in the Heritage Hills High School auditorium. The five contestants are or were students at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City.

The theme for this year's festival, which is Sept. 9-11, is "Behind the Scenes Heroes."

Pageant contestants are:





Chloe Johnson, 17, a senior at Heritage Hills High School, is the daughter of Clint and Tessa Johnson. She plans to attend the University of Louisville or Indiana University to study pre-law. Chloe is sponsored by her family.













Hadley Lytton, 17, a senior at Heritage Hills High School, is the daughter of Trey and Tara Lytton. She plans to attend college to study business management and play college basketball. Hadley is sponsored by Lambert Aviation.












Grace Mangan, 17, a senior at Heritage Hills High School, is the daughter of Neil Mangan and Mary Mangan. She plans to attend college to study architectural engineering or psychology and play college golf. Grace is sponsored by the Christmas Lake Village Golf Course.










Madison Smith, 18, a freshman at Indiana University Southeast, is the daughter of Steven and Theresa Smith. She is studying nursing, while working as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Madison is sponsored by Gregory Farms.

 











Annabelle Summers, 17, a senior at Heritage Hills High School, is the daughter of Rod and Marie Summers. She plans to attend college. She is interested in the arts and anticipates studying something in that field. Annabelle is sponsored by MS Creations.












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