Little, Junior Miss Herbstfest pageants setSeptember 13, 2017
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — The 2017 Huntingburg Herbstfest Little and Junior Miss Queen Pageant is set for Friday, September 22 at League Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
A group of 12 contestants are competing for the title of 2017 Little Miss Herbstfest, who will be crowned by Little Miss Herbstfest 2016 Lilllian Thewes.
A group of 16 contestants are competing for the title of 2017 Junior Miss Herbstfest, who will be crowned by Junior Miss Herbstfest 2016 Amerynn Fetter.
The Huntingburg Herbstfest will kick off with the Miss and Pre-Teen Miss Herbstfest pageants Sunday at Southridge High School at 5 p.m.
The Herbstfest will continue from September 21 to 23 at the Huntingburg City Park with the parade to follow on September 24 at 2 p.m.
Little Miss Herbstfest Contestants:
Front Row (Left-Right): Sophia DeKemper, Katie Thacker, Kensley Hiter
Back Row (Left-Right): Isabelle Bolte, Delilah Stivers, Raegen Langdon, Isabella Nall
Not pictured: Jazmin Dubon, Addlynn Schwartz, Johana Vasquez, Sarah Snider, Kennedy Poehlein
Junior Miss Herbstfest Contestants:
Front Row (Left-Right): Ava Hall, Madilyn Schwartz, Addysen Rainey, Keira Volz, Katelyn Wright, Janelle Hill
Back Row (Left-Right): Kara Schmitt, Isabella Leibering, Alexis Eckert, Maddie Graber, Marisa Thacker, Makenna Hiter, Annika Beard
Not pictured: Nicole Fant, Gabriela Gomez, Mya Menke
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