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Hazelwood's Own 'Royal Court' to Take Center Stage at Harvestfest

Six local high school students are vying for the Miss Hazelwood crown, to be awarded at the Hazelwood Harvestfest.

The has announced the six finalists in the Miss Hazelwood Pageant.

Each of these young women will be participating in this year’s 2012 Miss Hazelwood Coronation ceremony, scheduled for Sat., Sept. 8, at 10:30 a.m. in Howdershell Park as part of event.

Get to Know Your Contestants

Want to learn little more about each contestant? We've got you covered, thanks to the City of Hazelwood's communications coordinator, Tim Davidson, who prepared the following bios on each girl.

Scroll through the photo slide show to get a look at each contestant.

Kaitlynn Frost, Age 17
Sponsor: Amy Meyerott Photography
High School:
Year: Senior

Kaitlynn is currently a varsity cheerleader and has been leading cheers at high school athletic events for about four years.  She enjoys tutoring at local elementary schools throughout the year.  During the summer, Kaitlynn spends her time as a D.A.R.E. camp counselor and tries to be a good role model for elementary school students.  Also, she has competed in the National American Miss and Miss Teen Missouri pageants.

 

Jennifer Schultz, Age 17
Sponsor: McClain Chiropractic
High School: Hazelwood West High School
Year: Senior

Jennifer is a head section leader for the Wildcats’ marching band.  She is also a member of the National Honors Society and enjoys being an A-Plus tutor for band at school.  In addition to being an assistant teacher for public religion class at church, she loves to dance and play softball with her friends.  Plus, she participates as a volunteer for her school’s annual Special Olympics event.  She hopes to have at least 200 community service hours by the time she graduates.

 

Kirsten Henderson, Age 16
Sponsor: Landolt Properties, Inc.
High School: Hazelwood West High School
Year: Junior

Kirsten is very involved in her school and community.  At school, she is a member of the Student Council and actively participates in VIPs, National Honors Society, and Pep Club.  Also, she has been playing an instrument in the symphonic orchestra since her freshman year and volunteers her time for Special Olympics and other community service activities.  During the summer, she works as a lifeguard at Hazelwood’s White Birch Bay Aquatic Center.  Her favorite free time activities include playing soccer and riding her bike with friends.  

 

Samantha Schreck, Age 17
Sponsor: Max’s Meats & Deli
High School: Hazelwood West High School
Year: Senior

Samantha stays involved at school through various clubs and sports.  She devotes her time as a member of the National Honor Society, VIPs, PEP Club, A-Plus, and the Student Council.  Her athletic abilities enable her to play soccer year round and be on both the swim and tennis teams.  Samantha volunteers as an assistant teacher to a second grade PSR class at St. Ferdinand and works on several committees for the Special Olympics event held annually at HWHS.  Her other commitments include working at the Tommy Hilfiger Company Store at St. Louis Mills and serving as a lifeguard for the American Red Cross.     

 

Samantha Garnier, Age 16
Sponsor:
High School: Duchesne High School
Year: Junior

In addition to being an Honor Roll student, Samantha is a varsity cheerleader and a student ambassador.  She helps out with her parish’s youth group and occasionally volunteers for the Action Group.  Samantha spends her free time reading and socializing with family and friends. 

 

Danielle Randall, Age 16
Sponsor:  Deaver’s Restaurant & Tamz Photography
High School: Hazelwood West High School
Year: Senior

Danielle participates in a variety of different school activities such as varsity cheerleading, National Honor Society, Pep Club, DECA, Future Business Leaders of America, and the National Society of High School Scholars.  She is passionate about getting involved in her local community because she feels it teaches her to be more caring of others.  Also, she loves that there are many opportunities right here in Hazelwood.  Danielle currently volunteers her time at the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, where she helps children learn how to cope with crisis situations.  In her spare time, she enjoys reading, scrapbooking, exercising, tumbling, and shopping.  

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