15 vie for Miss Ramona, Teen Miss Ramona crowns
On Saturday, April 6, four young women will be competing for the title of Miss Ramona and 11 girls will vie for the crown of Teen Miss Ramona in the annual scholarship pageant.
Outgoing 2012 Miss Ramona Kilyaahwii Linton and 2012 Teen Miss Ramona Chersten Sandvik will say their farewells.
The pageant begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramona Outdoor Community Center Pavilion, 421 Aqua Lane. Tickets are $15 each with all proceeds going toward Miss Ramona and Teen Miss Ramona expenses, their scholarships, and event costs. For more, see missramonapageant.webs.com.
Miss Ramona Contestants
Brianna Abarca, 18, is a freshmen at Cal State University San Marcos and plans to become a news correspondent. She is the daughter of Celso and Susana Abarca.
Brenna Brean, 16, is a junior at Ramona High School. The daughter of Johnny and Melissa Brean, Brenna plans to become Broadway star.
Sarah Danby, 16, is a junior at Ramona High School, and plans to become an ultrasound technician and a radiology specialist. She is the daughter of Bart and Kari Danby.
Morgan Nicole Wallace, 16, is junior at Ramona High and plans to be a history teacher, water polo coach, and mother. She is the daughter of Robert and Kathryn Wallace.
Teen Miss Ramona Contestants
Elizabeth Bowersox, 14, is a freshmen at Ramona High School. Her dream is to perform on Broadway. She is the daughter of Michael and Karen Bowersox.
Sarah Dean, 16, a sophomore at Ramona High, is the daughter of Jeff and Karen Wallace. Her future plans include becoming a ballet dancer, ballet teacher, or kindergarten teacher.
Courtney Doss, 15, is a freshmen at Ramona High School. She is the daughter of Brian and Laura Doss. Courtney plans on becoming a child psychologist.
Valissa Espinosa, 16, is a sophomore at Ramona High School and the daughter of Raquel and Eddie Espinos. Her future plans include obtaining a degree in chemical engineering.
Meg Krause is a seventh-grader at Olive Peirce Middle School. Her future plans include becoming a famous singer and part- time actress. The 12-year-old is the daughter of Amy and Jon Krause.
Emily McCubbin, 16, is a junior at Mountain Valley Academy plans on becoming a professional photographer. She is the daughter of Michael and Kris McCubbin.
Brante Roe, an eighth-grader at Olive Peirce Middle School is the daughter of Kelly and David Roe. The 14-year-old wants to become an ultrasound technician.
Annaline Romero, 15, is the daughter of Mayren and Gerardo Romero. She is a freshmen at Ramona High and future plans include becoming an architect drafter, construction manager, or pediatrician.
Shannon Christine Singleton, 15, is a freshmen at Ramona High School and is the daughter of Stephanie and Byron Singleton. Shannon’s future plans include becoming a doctor, mother and wife.
Ami Waldhauser, 14, is in the eighth grade at Olive Peirce Middle School. The daughter of Mindy Waldhauser hopes to one day become famous through her singing.
Hayley Weber, is the daughter of Mark and Kaylene Weber. The 14-year-old is in 8th grade at Olive Peirce Middle School. Her future plans include a career in the math field or becoming part of a dance company.
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- Miss Ramona and Teen Miss Ramona hopefuls
- Miss Jr. Teen contestants seek sponsors
- Alexa Jones crowned Miss California Teen USA
- Girls earn Miss California titles, qualify for National Miss pageant
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