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2009 Miss Kossuth-Winnebago Pageant: A crowning achievement

By Staff | Aug 12, 2009

Crowned at the 2009 Kossuth Winnebago pageant on Sunday were, front, Lindsay Carter; back: Chandra Peterson and Cheyenne Dallman. Photo ssubmitted

SWEA CITY – The Miss Kossuth-Winnebago Scholarship Program crowned its 2009 titleholders on Sunday, Aug. 9 at the North Sentral Kossuth High School in Swea City.

Miss Kossuth-Winnebago 2009 is Chandra Peterson of Lake Mills.

Cheyenne Dallman of Estherville was crowned Junior Miss Kossuth-Winnebago 2009.

Li’l Miss Kossuth-Winnebago 2009 is Lindsay Carter of Emmetsburg.

Miss Kossuth-Winnebago

Chandra Peterson is the 20-year-old daughter of Burton and Marcie Peterson. Her platform is “I See You” Intellectual Disability Awareness. For winning the title, the Iowa State junior was awarded a $750 scholarship, plus a $50 scholarship donated by Cliff and Phyllis Van Berkum of Swea City.

First runner-up was 19-year-old Kay Oskvig of Milford, the daughter of Carroll and Martha Oskvig. She was awarded a $300 scholarship. Her platform is DATE: Decreasing Abuse Through Education.

People’s Choice was JaLisa Bowman of Burt, the 19-year-old daughter of Mike and Vicky Hall of Burt.

Junior Miss Kossuth-Winnebago

Cheyenne Dallman is the 11-year-old daughter of Marcia and Gary Dallmann. Her community service project is volunteering at the Estherville Dinner Date. She was also received the top interview award.

First runner-up was 11-year-old Cheyanne Hardt of Swea City, the daughter of Lance and Teresa Hardt. Cheyanne’s community service project was helping at the library and retirement community.

People’s Choice was Domanique Richardson of Estherville, the 10-year-old daughter of Shannon and Kevin Richardson.

Li’l Miss Kossuth-Winnebago

Lindsay Carter is the 7-year-old daughter of Joe and Lisa Carter. She performed a Jazz dance for her talent.

First runner-up was 7-year-old Anna Brennan of Emmetsburg, the daughter of Rick and Diane Brennan. She performed a vocal solo for her talent.

People’s Choice was awarded to 7-year-old Chloe Johnson of Swea City, the daughter of Mark and Lynn Johnson.

There was a tie for top interview in the Li’l Miss contestants with both Carter and Johnson receiving a $50 savings bond.