FORT LORAMIE — Two pageants will be held in conjunction with the Fort Loramie Liberty Days festival.
The Miss Independence pageant will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. There are three contestants this year, and the winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship.
Contestants for the Miss Independence pageant are:
• Alyssa Wrassman, age 17, is the daughter of Kevin and Amy Wrassman. Her sponsor is the Fort Loramie Athletic Boosters.
• Kelsi Holthaus, age 17, is the daughter of David and Lori Holthaus. Her sponsor is the Fort Loramie Community Service Club.
• Hannah Siegel, age 17, is the daughter of Tony and Jill Siegel. Heere sponosor is the GYM Committee.
Saturday sees the Little Miss Independence contest at noon. The girls are judged based on stage presence and their ability to answer questions posed to them.
Contestants for the Little Miss Indpendence contest are:
• Drew Bornhorst, age 6, daughter of Andy and Megan Bornhorst
Addison Weaver, age 5, daughter of Joe Weaver and Amanda Luebke
Savannah Paulus, age 5, daughter of Jason and Jennifer Paulus
Myla Holthaus, age 6, daughter of Scott and Janelle Holthaus
Aubree Meyer, age 6, daughter of Shaun and Leann Meyer
Camille Brandewie, age 6, daughter of Kevin and April Brandewie
Karrina Poeppelman, age 6, daughter of Tony and Erin Poeppelman
Ava Boerger, age 6, daughter of Kevin and Gina Boerger
Makenna Larger, age 6, daughter of Trenton and Krista Larger
Bryn Hollenbacher, age 6, daughter of Kreg and Heather Hollenbacher
Callie Homan, age 6, daughter of Ryan and Janelle Homan
Emma Werner, age 5, daughter of Craig and Sarah Werner
Sponsors for the pageants are Lake Loramie Improvement Association, stage; Romie’s Sporting Goods, donated Little Miss T-Shirts to all 12 girls; Cut Away Styling Salon; Jeannie Snarr, backdrop; and Jared Baker, balloons for the stage decorations.