Herbstfest pageant set for SundaySeptember 19, 2013
From local sources
HUNTINGBURG — The Herbstfest pageant will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, in the Southridge High School auditorium. The doors will open at 4 p.m.
This year there are eight girls vying for the title of Miss Herbstfest 2013. The winner will receive a crown, sash, $500 scholarship and various other prizes. Buttons will be needed for this event and will be available for purchase at the door for $3.
All of the girls are students at Southridge High School.
Courtney Jones, 16, daughter of Lonnie and Shelly Jones, Huntingburg, is a junior. She is a member of choir and band. She is sponsored by Dr. Phillip Gilbert and staff at the Wellness Center.
Katie Kendall, 16, sponsored by Disinger Jewelers, is the daughter of John and Beth Kendall, Holland. She is a junior and is a member of choir, band and Students Against Destructive Decisions.
Haley Langebrake, 17, will attend college for a nursing degree specializing in obstetrics. She is the daughter of Randy and Lynette Langebrake, Huntingburg, and a senior. She is sponsored by Prairie Farms.
Cheyenne Layton, 17, a senior, is the daughter of Joe and Jolea Layton, Huntingburg. She will attend the University of Southern Indiana to study criminal justice. She is sponsored by her family.
Judith Ott, 16, daughter of Birgit and Todter Ott, Germany, is a junior. She is a member of the cross country team and is a foreign exchange student. She is sponsored by her host family, Gary and Susan Stetter.
Mary Silvers, 17, is the daughter Doug and Sherry Silvers, Huntingburg. She is a senior and is sponsored by Chase Studios. She will attend Vincennes University to study cosmetology and business management.
Theresa Stetter, 17, daughter of Gary and Susan Stetter, Huntingburg, is a junior. She is a member of Business Professionals of America, SADD and band. She is sponsored by her family.
Trista Volz, 16, daughter of Jacob and Viana Volz, Holland, is a sophomore. She is a member of SADD and Southridge Raiderettes. She is sponsored by Shoney's.
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