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Miss Pine River candidates announced

2022 theme is Out of this World

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Top Row: Joselin Sexton, Debren Popkes, Leah Crannell, Hannah Barchus. Bottom Row: Kiera Scovel, Ashlee Crawford, Shailyn Butricks, , <br/>

PINE RIVER — The Miss Pine River Scholarship Pageant is April 9, 2022 at the Pine River-Backus High School Old Gym.

Contestants will have interviews with a panel of three judges the afternoon of the pageant. During the pageant there will be business casual, talent and evening gown competitions.

Scholarships given will include: $2000 for miss Pine River, $750 for first princess, $500 for second princess and $100 for miss congeniality. This year there will be a special $500 scholarship given to the winner of an essay the girls will be writing about why Pine River is special. This scholarship will be given in memory of Mody Gardiner.

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Kiera Scovel: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Kathryn Engen &amp; Chip Scovel.<br/>
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Shailyn Butricks: Senior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Trever &amp; Mindy Butricks.
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Leah Crannell: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Greg &amp; Charity Crannell.
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Debren Popkes: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Lenny &amp; Eden Popkes.
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Hannah Barchus: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Kris &amp; Amy Barchus of Backus.
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Ashlee Crawford: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Kory &amp; Jessica Crawford.
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Joselin Sexton: Junior at Pine River-Backus H.S., daughter of Tawnya Sexton &amp; Dave Beagan.
Contributed / Miss Pine River
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