"a tradition of summertime fun!"
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Huron Ohio 44839
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Meet the 2017/18
Huron River Fest Queen & Jr. Queen
Lydia Mischler, 2017/18 Huron River Fest Queen
Rileigh Richardson, 2017/18 Huron River Fest Jr. Queen
& Lydia Mischler, Queen
Beautiful Baby Contest (Day of Registration)
Sunday, July 15 / Registration 10 am / Contest 11 am to noon
2017/18 Huron River Fest Queen's Pageant
Lydia Mishcler, Queen, Senior Huron High School
Bridgett Winschel, 1st Runner Up, Junior Huron High School
Faith Hofacker, 2nd Runner Up, Senior Huron High School
Alaina Parkenson, 3rd Runner Up, Freshman Huron High School
2017/18 Huron River Fest Junior Queen's Pageant
Rileigh Richardson, Junior Queen, OHDELA, 7th grade
Denver Kazmierczak, 5 years old
Ava McFee, 6 years old
Tatum Collins, 5 years old
Rihana Briggs, daughter of Ayla Briggs, is 6 years old and loves to go to Cedar Point, play with her cheer friends, and spend time with family. Rihana also likes to go swimming.
Matthew Gainer, son of Lesley and Matt Gainer, is 6 years old and loves to play sports, read, play outside and play with his legos."
Meet the Prince & Princess Contestants
Meet the 2018 Queen Contestants
Hannah Brennan, Sr, Huron High School, is the daughter of Lorie Brennan and Jon Brennan, Sr.
Hannah is active in her school and is a member of National Honor Society, Huron Interact which is Junior Rotary Club, the A Choir, The Troubadours, and has been elected as President of the Marching and Concert Bands. This spring, she played the lead role in the "Sound of Music" as Mother Abbess.This June, Hannah traveled to France, Italy and Spain. Hannah has volunteered at the library, school events such as Victory Day and was a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters. She helps others when needed and motivates them to be the best they can be! Her plans are going to medical school to become a doctor.
Alaina Parkinson, Soph, Huron High School, is the daughter of Elizabeth (Betsy) Johnson and Alfred Parkinson IV, Alaina is active in her school and her community. She was secretary of the Student Council as a Freshman, a member of the School Chorale and the Troubadours, is a camp counselor for 4-H Erie County Camp, a member of Caryl Crane Youth Theatre as a singer, dancer and actor, a member of the Teen Board at CCYT, and is a member of the Theatre Competition Team. In her Huron community she donated her time to park and beach clean-up, visits and sings at nursing homes and is a concession stand volunteer. Alaina is on the Huron River Fest Court. She motivates and mentors younger theatre members and camp goers to be the best that they could possibly be.
Meet the 2018 Jr. Queen Contestants
Sophia Jones, 7th grader from McCormick Junior High School, is the daughter of Brook & Ryan Spaulding and Matthew Jones. She has been with the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre for 3 years, plays the clarinet in the band and is a member of the Running Club. Kaitlyn volunteers in the Kid's Room at church,helps in the dugout for her brother's Tee Ball Team, and has learned about Rachel's Challenge which stands for kindness, compassion and respect. Because she believes in those values, she serves as a role model for her siblings and people at her school.
Kaitlyn Thorne, 7th grader from McCormick Junior High School, is the daughter of Lana Thorne and James Thorne. Kaitlyn has been cheering for 8 years and has been a member of the Champion Force Competitive Cheer for 5 years.She plays the clarinet in the band and will be a cross country runner for her school this fall.
Kaitlyn is a very positive person and helps others through tough times to make them believe in themselves.
Ambrielle Harpel, daughter of Arielle Shults and Mike Harpel, is 6 years old and loves her family, friends, shopkins & princesses
Gina Guo, daughter of YuanMei Guo, is 6 years old and likes to watch TV, play music and eat.
Brailee Fleming, daughter of Dawn & Anthony Fleming, is 4 years old and loves spending time with her family, playing basketball, swimming, going to the park, rides in her dad's convertible, cooking, baking, school and learning new things
Brayden Driftmyer, son of Kelly Kozich and Aaron Driftmyer is 4 years old and loves police cars and firetrucks, going to Cedar Point, swimming, and his
Mommy, Daddy and brother Ben.