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Miss Rural Winnebago 2013 to be held June 9

6:18 PM, Apr. 23, 2013  |  Comments
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The 2013 Miss Rural Winnebago contest will be held on Sunday, June 9, in Waukau. The contest is open to girls between the ages of 12 and 16. For any interested 12 year olds, they must turn 12 after June 1. For any interested 16 year olds, they must be 16 before June 1.

Miss Rural Winnebago serves as a representative of Winnebago County. She makes appearances in area parades and is also present at the Winnebago County Fair. She can also volunteer her time at any community events she wishes to be a part of. Applicants for Miss Rural Winnebago are typically involved in 4-H as well as other school and community activities.

Judging for Miss Rural Winnebago will be held on Saturday, June 8, at 6 p.m. The judging process includes an interview with the judges and is based on poise, personality, and your community involvement. The crowning of Miss Rural Winnebago 2013 will be held on Sunday, June 9, at the Waukau Youth Days/Chicken Barbeque. The contestants will participate in the parade at noon and the winner will be announced following the parade.

Contact Taylor Hunt at tayhunt08@aol.com or 920-573-0506 for more information.

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