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|Paynesville Press - June 11, 2003|
Miss Paynesville for 2003 to be crowned on Monday, June 16
Nine teenagers will vie for the title of Miss Paynesville on Monday, June 16. The pageant will be held in the auditorium at Paynesville Area High School at 7 p.m. Admission is $6.|
Miss Paynesville and her two princesses will be crowned by the outgoing royalty Ð Miss Paynesville Morgan Martinson, First Princess Mindy Meagher, and Second Princess Laura Stoneburner Ð and will reign over Paynesville during Town and Country Days (June 14-18).
She likes to volunteer at Head Start and at Washburne Court. In her free time, she likes to shop, swim, and be with friends and family, including three siblings. She works at Ben Franklin and at the Paynesville Dairy Queen, which is her pageant sponsor.
For her talent, Gretchen will sing. Gretchen will be a senior next fall at PAHS.
Heather will be a senior at PAHS next fall. At school, she has been a cheerleader for football and wrestling, serving as the team captain and earning awards for most outstanding spirit. She also plays golf, serves on the student council and the youth advisory board to the school board, and is a peer helper, peer tutor, and D.A.R.E. role model. She was inducted this spring to the National Honor Society.
Away from school, Heather likes to read, golf, hang out with friends, and spend time with her family, including her two brothers. She works at Corner Drug, which is her pageant sponsor. For her talent, she will play the xylophone.
In her free time, she likes movies and music, she likes to dance, to supercross, and to shop, and she likes to spend time with her friends and family, including her three brothers. She also volunteers in target market, as a big sister, in Partners in Prevention, and in Relay for Life.
Kayla works at the Lake Koronis Assembly Grounds. Her pageant sponsor is Jacklitch Chiropractic, and she will perform a skit for her talent.
At PAHS, where she will be a senior next fall, Jessica plays in the concert band and the pep band, she is a peer helper and peer tutor, she serves on the student council, is a member of the German Club, and plays volleyball, basketball, and track and field.
Away from school, she is a big sister at Paynesville Lutheran Church, and she likes to participate in sports, cheer on PAHS sports teams (especially hockey and baseball), swim and tube, and spend time with friends and family, including her two siblings.
She works at Wishin' Well Cafe and Floral. Her pageant sponsor is H.F. Paul and Associates.
At PAHS, where she will be a senior in the fall, Amy plays volleyball, plays in the band, and is a peer tutor and peer helper. She also is an alternate for girls state and was inducted into the National Honor Society this spring.
In her free time, she likes to rollerblade, shop, scrapbook, hang out with friends, and spend time with her family. She is the youngest of five siblings.
Amy works at Ark Agency, which is her pageant sponsor. She will play a saxophone solo for her talent.
Kayla, who will be a senior next fall at PAHS, is also a peer helper and belongs to the Business Professionals of America at PAHS. At St. Louis Catholic Church, she is a first grade religion teac
Kayla has helped with the youth softball program and likes to work, help out at home, rollerblade, babysit, play guitar, and spend time with friends and family. She has one sister.
She works at Wishin' Well Cafe and Floral, which is also her pageant sponsor.
Rachel graduated in June from PAHS and plans to attend Bethel College in the fall.
At PAHS, she was the student council secretary, the yearbook editor, and worked on the school paper. She played basketball and in the band and belonged to Business Professionals of America, where she took sixth place in state competition.
Her hobbies include shopping, rollerblading, boating, scrapbooking, reading, eating, and hanging out with friends and family, including her two brothers.
Rachel works at Corner Floral. Her pageant sponsor is Jim Sogge Construction. She will perform a human video as her talent.
At church, she is a member of her youth group and plays flute, and she plans to serve in Cairo, Ill., this summer.
In her free time, she likes to boat, wakeboard, swim, scrapbook, dance, play volleyball, style hair, spend time with friends, her family, and her only brother, and, of course, to be spontaneous.
She works at the Lake Koronis Assembly Grounds, which is her pageant sponsor. She will play the piano and sing for her talent.
Kayla, who will be a senior at PAHS next fall, has been a wrestling cheerleader and still likes to watch wrestling and cheer from the stands. At school, she also belongs to the student council, serves on the youth advisory board to the school board, and is a peer tutor. She was inducted into the National Honor Society this spring.
Away from school, Kayla is a religion teacher, volunteers at a nursing home, and serves as a Vacation Bible School teacher. She also likes to scrapbook and to be with family. She has three older brothers, all wrestlers, of course.
She works at Harmony Massage. Her pageant sponsor is Dombrovski Insurance. For her talent, she will perform a piano solo.
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