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Thu
17
Jul

New royalty crowned at Miss Sauk Centre program


Both the 2013 and 2014 Miss Sauk Centre royalty gather after the program on July 17. PHOTO BY RANDY OLSON

In front of a packed Sauk Centre school auditorium, new royalty were crowned during the 2014-15 Miss Sauk Centre program.

Two Miss Sauk Centre princesses were named: Kiley Hooper (second from left) and Jessica Rodenbiker (second from right). To conclude the program, the 2014-15 Miss Sauk Centre crown was awarded to Jamie Jennissen (third from left). Also pictured are 2013 royalty, Princess Stephy Polipnick (far left), 2013 Miss Sauk centre Sarah Nelson (third from left) and 2013 Princess Abbi Primus (far right). Jennissen won the talent and evening gown portion of the contest. Rodenbiker won Miss Congeniality and CeCealia Schultz won Miss Photogenic. Check out next week's Herald for more photos and stories from the 2014 Miss Sauk Centre pageant.

Click here for a video clip of the final crowning from tonight: http://saukherald.com/content/2014-15-miss-sauk-centre-crowning

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