WYANET — Wyanet has five young ladies that are competing for the title of Wyanet Summer Festival Queen.
The 2013 Queen will be crowned as the festival is kicked off Thursday, at the Wyanet Memorial Park at 8 p.m. after the Little Miss/Mr. Pageant and the Handyman Auction. The girls have created a dance that they will perform between the Little Miss/Mr. Pageant and the Handyman Auction.
The candidates for this year’s queen are:
• Jazmine Delbridge, 17, lives in Wyanet. She is the daughter of Jim and Amber Delbridge and will be a senior this fall. Some of her high school activities have include volleyball, basketball, softball, dance team and FFA. She also enjoys hunting, fishing, swimming, dirt biking, cooking and hanging out with friends. After high school, she plans to attend a four-year college.
• Kara Roberson, 16, lives in Wyanet and Princeton. She is the daughter of Jean Roberson, and Cory and Arin Peterson, and will be a junior this fall. She enjoys babysitting, spending time with friends and family, watching movies, shopping and volunteering. She volunteers her time with nursing homes, Wyanet Baseball concession stand, Wyanet Community Club, Teen Court, and Big Brother/Big Sister. After high school, she plans to attend the Travel Academy in Minnesota to be a flight attendant.
• Samantha Splitt, 16, lives in Wyanet. She is the daughter of Sania Waca and will be a junior this fall. She enjoys photography, singing, playing the flute, cheerleading, babysitting, reading, volunteering and working at Wendy’s. After high school, she plans to move to California to pursue her dreams of physical therapy with a minor in Spanish.
• Kaylee Towne, 14, lives in Wyanet. She is the daughter of Jessica Klimek and Richard Towne and will be a freshman this fall. She enjoys playing sports, hanging out with friends, listening to music, watching movies and baking. After high school, she would like to go to college to be a movie critic.
• Shelby Weborg, 17, lives in Wyanet. She is the daughter of Clement and Sharon Weborg and will be a senior this fall. She enjoys listening to music, reading, sports and animals. After high school, she would like to go to college to become a veterinarian.
The contestants will be judged on personality, vocal presentation, interviewing ability, evening gown and poise. Personal interviews with the judges will take place Thursday morning.