Six to compete for Miss HerbstfestSeptember 16, 2019
From Local Sources
HUNTINGBURG — The 2019 Huntingburg Herbstfest Miss and Pre-Teen Miss Queen Pageants are set for 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22, at the Southridge High School auditorium.
Six contestants are competing for the title of Miss Herbstfest 2019, who will be crowned by Miss Herbstfest 2018 Chaney Barrett.
Four contestants are competing for the title of Pre-Teen Miss Herbstfest 2019, who will be crowned by Pre-Teen Miss Herbstfest 2018 Annika Beard.
Pictures of the contestants are provided by Studio Expressions by Jessica in Jasper.
The Huntingburg Herbstfest will run from Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 26 to 28, at the Huntingburg City Park with the parade to follow at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29.
LaKiesha Jo Wampler,18, daughter of Brian and Melissa Wampler of Huntingburg, is a senior at Southridge High School. She plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana to study secondary education. She is sponsored by her family.
Anna Kappner, 17, is the daughter of Joe and Stacy Kappner of Huntingburg and is sponsored by her family. She is a senior at Southridge High School and plans to attend Indiana University to study biology.
Keysha Kieser, 18, sponsored by Hummingbird Daycare, is the daughter of Mike and Carol Vailes of Huntingburg. She is a 2019 graduate of Southridge High School and will be attending Ivy Tech.
Louisa Nino, 20, daughter of Primitivo and Judy Nino of Huntingburg, is a 2018 graduate of Southridge High School. She is currently attending Indiana University where she is studying marketing business analytics She is sponsored by her family.
Paige Kendall, 17, is the daughter of Scott and Kim Kendall of Huntingburg and is sponsored by her family. She is a senior at Southridge High School and plans to attend the University of Indianapolis to study communications. She is sponsored by her family.
Joscelyn Blanchard, 20, sponsored by Southern Roots Salon, is the daughter of Sheila Blanchard of Huntingburg. She is a 2018 graduate of Southridge High School and a graduate of The Salon Professional Academy and is currently working as a hairstylist at Southern Roots in Jasper.
Pre-Teen Miss Herbstfest
Heather Schoenbachler, 13, is the daughter of A.J. and Sandy Kempf of Huntingburg and the late Jeff Schoenbachler. She is in the eighth grade at Southridge Middle School. She hopes to become a veterinarian and is sponsored by Jasper Family Dentistry.
Janelle Hill, 11, daughter of Josh and Jody Hill of Huntingburg, is in the fifth grade at Huntingburg Elementary School. She hopes to become an occupational therapist and is sponsored by her family.
Kara Schmitt, 12, sponsored by her family, is the seventh grade at Southridge Middle School. She is the daughter of Chris and Sarah Schmitt of Holland and she hopes to become either a pediatrician and soccer.
Jaylynn Goodwin, 11, is in the sixth grade at Southridge Middle School and is sponsored by her family. She is the daughter of Mark and Lynn Goodwin of Holland and hopes to become a beautician.
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