Four girls vie for Miss Woodlake crown

Woodlake Valley Chamber will crown Miss Woodlake 2019 at Nov. 16 dinner and pageant


WOODLAKE – Who will reign as Miss Woodlake for the next year? Will it be a future teacher, a scientist, or a journalist? The community of Woodlake will find out this Saturday when the Woodlake Valley Chamber of Commerce will crown Miss Woodlake 2019.

The annual scholarship pageant dinner will begin at 4 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Woodlake Memorial Building, 355 N. Acacia St. in Woodlake. Tickets are $20 can be purchased at the door or from any candidate. The price includes dinner provided by the Kiwanis Club of Woodlake. But before you go, here is a little bit about the four girls vying for the tiara:

Miss Paola Espinoza: Daughter of Maria and Josè Espinoza. Her future goal is to be a Spanish teacher for Woodlake High School

Miss Daniela Frausto: Daughter of Jose Demecio and Maria Farusto. Her future goal is to be a pharmaceutical scientist making medicine for laboratory research.

Miss Celeste Medina: Daughter of Jesus Medina and Sandra Andrade. Her future goal is to be a soil scientist.

Miss Elizabeth Haro: Daughter of Rodolfo Haro and Rose Haro. Her future goal is to be a journalist reporting on top stories.

The winner will receive a $500 scholarship and will represent the city at various events throughout the year, such as the Woodlake Rodeo Parade.

Tickets are $20 per person. Sponsorships and donations are still being accepted. All proceeds go towards the scholarship program and supporting the girl’s year of service. For more information, contact Julia Reynoso with the chamber at 559-400-2548.

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