Anna McMaster, our Miss Wasatch County 2017, will be co-emceeing with our Master of Ceremonies, Corbin Gordon. They will be there to entertain us through music and laughter as well as guiding us through the competition categories! It is sure to be an evening of a lot of fun and excitement and we can’t wait to have you join us and help us cheer on these beautiful ladies.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for children, 3 and under are free! If you purchase tickets through any of our contestants or the Parks and Rec Office, you will be admitted into the Auditorium at 6pm that evening. All other tickets purchased at the door will seat at 6:30pm. Seats fill up quickly, so please come early!
Contestant #1 is Nina Tita, daughter of Andre and Maribel Tita. She graduated from Wasatch High School this year and will be attending the University of Utah this fall studying Communications with an emphasis in Journalism. She aspires to be a Broadcast Journalist. Her platform is “Justice for Journalism.”
Contestant #2 is Rylie Motley, daughter of Ryan and Annette Motley. Her platform is “Dance to Make A Difference:” A creative approach for children of those affected by alcoholism. She is attending Utah Valley University and is studying to become a Registered Nurse.
Contestant #3 is Catarina Lindberg, daughter of Maria Fonseca. She is currently a sophomore at Utah Valley University and hopes to obtain a Business Associate’s degree and a Bachelors Degree in Communications. She also hopes to become an esthetician and a professional makeup artist. Her platform is “Stress Less:” Reduction of Chemical Stress on the Body.
Contestant #4 is Olivia Kelson, daughter of Wade and Jenifer Kelson. She will be attending Marymount College in New York City in the fall studying Dance and Psychology. She hopes to dance professionally as well as obtain a Graduate degree in Psychology and Neuroscience. Her platform is “be-smART”: Advocating for the Arts in Elementary and Middle Schools.
Contestant #5 is Ellie Edwards, daughter of Tyler and Brittoni Edwards. She will be attending Brigham Young University-Idaho in the fall and hopes to become a professional violinist and continue teaching violin. Her platform is “Be Happy, Be Bright, Be You.”
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