Congratulations to Grace Stanke, Miss Harbor Cities’ 2017, who was crowned Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen, June 16, in Oshkosh. Grace will go on to represent Wisconsin at the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Competition, July 25-29, 2017, in Orlando, FL.
Congratulations to Alyssa Bohm, Miss Harbor Cities 2017, and Grace Stanke, Miss Harbor Cities Outstanding Teen 2017. Both will go on to represent the organization and the lakeshore at Miss Wisconsin and Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen in June.
Congratulations to Miss Harbor Cities Tianna Vanderhei, who was named 4th Runner up at Miss Wisconsin, June 2016, in Oshkosh, WI. In addition to being named 4th Runner Up, Tianna was the recipient of the Miracle Maker Award – meaning she raised the most money out of all the Miss contestants for Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). Finally, Tianna won the Overall Interview Award, which is a $1,000 scholarship!
Miss Harbor Cities Outstanding Teen, Sarah Niehueser was the recipient of the Miracle Maker Award – meaning she too, raised the most money for CMN amongst the Outstanding Teen contestants. Sarah was also the winner of the Peers for Peace Scholarship, in which she submitted an essay about bullying. The Peers for Peace Scholarship is a $250 scholarship donated by Miss Wisconsin Outstanding Teen 2014, Elise O’Connell.
Your new Miss Wisconsin is Manitowoc native, Courtney Pelot! We are so excited for Courtney to represent Wisconsin at the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City in September.