‘That’s So 90s’ is Miss Tracy theme
Who will it be?
Eleven Tracy Area High School seniors will vie for more than $5,000 in scholarships and the title of Miss Tracy Sunday night. The pageant begins at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym.
The 11 candidates are: Alecia Christian, Rebecca Surprenant, Sydney Lanoue, Nadia Winge, Lily Gladis, Anna Zwach, Evelyn Dolan, Kaylee Kirk, Kendra Moyars, Katlyn Wieme, and Sarita Hook.
A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to the 2018 Miss Tracy, with $900 going to the first runner-up, and $700 to the second runner-up. Competition will be held in five categories: Scholastic Achievement & Community Involvement, Creative Arts Presentation, Fitness Routine, Presence & Composure, and Panel Evaluation. A $300 scholarship will be awarded in each competition category.
Other scholarships being presented include: Lori Bangassar Memorial, $300; Spirit Award, $300; and a $250 alumni scholarship to each recipient.
Miss Tracy 2017 Taylor Campbell will have her farewell walk during the program. Out-going First Runner-up Lexi Tauer, and Second Runner-up Hannah Brockway will also take their final bows during the program, which has a “That’s So 90’s” theme.
Candidates will present talent performances in many genres. Christian will play the piano, with Surprenant’s staging a musical form performance. Lanoue, Zwach, and Wieme will each give speech presentations, while Winge, Dolan and Hook have dance routines. Gladis plans to sing, with Kirk doing a magic presentation. Moyars will present a flag routine.
April and Cody Arnold will be emcees.
Program directors are Kim Roggatz, Mallory Fultz, Kelsey Stuefen, Mary Squires, Brooke Ortman, and Alicia Swenhaugen.
Tickets are available at the door.
Miss Tracy has been a part of the Tracy Box Car Days tradition since 1928, when Francis Owczarzak was crowned the first Miss Tracy.