Four area women advance to Miss Wisconsin Pageant, June 13-16th in Oshkosh.
The Miss Green Bay Area and Miss Harbor Cities scholarship organizations are proud to have four, area woman that will compete for the titles of Miss Wisconsin and Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen and the opportunity to advance to the Miss America Competition and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen.
The Miss Harbor Cities Scholarship Program is held annually at Silver Lake College in Manitowoc, this year’s titleholders are Miss Harbor Cities, Serena Larie of Oshkosh, and MHCOTeen, Olivia Lulich of Lyndon Station. Last year, MHCOTeen, Grace Stanke, won the state pageant and competed on the national stage in Orlando. Two former Miss Harbor Cities titleholders will also be competing this year at state, Alyssa Bohm, Miss Great Lakes, and Tianna Vanderhei, Miss Wood Violet. (Photos courtesy of Watrous
Miss Green Bay Area is held annually in Green Bay and is open to young women from Brown County or any county directly adjacent. This year’s Miss Green Bay Area is Katrina Mazier and MGBAOTeen is Anika Mazier, both of Appleton. (Photos courtesy of Turba-Schroeder Photography) Lulich performs a jazz dance, Larie a hardshoe Irish Dance, Anika a tap dance, and Katrina a lyrical dance for the talent portion of the competition. They will all also compete in a private interview, followed by onstage
question, fitness, and evening gown categories.
The public may attend both the preliminary competitions and the finals night at the Alberta Kimball Auditorium, tickets are available online or at the door (https://www.misswisconsin.com/miss-wisconsintickets/)
Vote for Fan Favorite and People’s Choice online. (https://www.misswisconsin.com/teen-vote/) The public may also meet the contestants by either bowling at the Miss Wisconsin fundraiser on June 15th or at the Oshkosh Farmer’s Market on June 16th. Corporate sponsorship opportunities and bowling teams are also available to support the scholarship fund. (https://www.misswisconsin.com/miss-wisconsin-strikes-again/)
Over $13,000 will be made available this year through the Miss Wisconsin Pageant and over $45 million is made available each year through the Miss America Organization, the largest provider of scholarship for women in the nation.