Miss Pequot Lakes Scholarship Pageant applicants sought

Miss Pequot Lakes

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PEQUOT LAKES — The Miss Pequot Lakes Scholarship Pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, May 6, in the Pequot Lakes High School auditorium.

The Miss Pequot Lakes Scholarship Pageant is open to all female junior and senior students of the Pequot Lakes School District, including Crosslake Community School, online or home-schooled students.

Students must be in good standing and meeting their school requirements, and must have their application in to the pageant committee Office at Merritt Jewelers in Pequot Lakes or to Robynn Davidson at the Pequot Lakes High School office by Monday, March 28.

Scholarship amounts for 2022 are $4,000 for Miss Pequot Lakes, $2,000 for the Pequot Lakes Princess and $1,000 for Miss Congeniality.

Miss Pequot Lakes, the first runner-up and Miss Congeniality will be required to volunteer and attend community events and business celebrations, including the Cherry Car Show, Stars and Stripes Parade in Pequot Lakes and Freedom Days Parade in Nisswa, Bean Hole Days, the Chokecherry Festival/Pet Parade, the Pequot Lakes Fall Festival/Halloween Event, Santa’s Bobbin' into Town, Breezy Point Ice Fest, the Honoring Volunteers of Pequot Lakes event, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Crosslake, Miss Pequot Lakes fundraisers and other pageants in the surrounding areas.


If for some reason the winners cannot attend an event, they will need to notify the pageant committee as soon as possible.

The week of pageant, there will be additional days required for rehearsals. Rehearsals will start at 5 p.m. in the high school auditorium.

The pageant will remain similar to years past. It will include evening gown competition, talent, interview, onstage question and congeniality.

Any questions should be directed to Kimberly Ziesemer at 218-851-2764 or by email to

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