Four to compete for 2018 Miss Posen title

Four young women will compete Friday for the opportunity to reign over the 2018 Posen Potato Festival. This year’s Miss Posen Pageant begins at 7:30 p.m. in Posen High School.

This year’s contestants include:

∫ Anissa Eagling, daughter of Patrick and Emily Eagling. She is a member of varsity basketball, softball and track. She also is a member of the local 4-H and enjoys sled dog racing.

Upon graduation, Eagling plans to study physical therapy or sports medicine.

∫ Riley Krajniak, daughter of Kevin and Brandie Krajniak. She is involved in varsity basketball, softball and volleyball as well as Pep Club, Trip Club, Student Council, Youth Group and SADD. Other interests are photography, being on the lake and hanging out with family.

After graduation, she plans to attend a four-year university to earn a degree in business management.

∫ Hannah Stone, daughter of Andy and Dawn Stone. She is a member of varsity basketball, softball, volleyball and travel volleyball. She also is involved in Pep Club, Trip Club, Student Council, Ski Club, SADD and 4-H summer camps. Her hobbies are photography, art and enjoying the outdoors.

Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a degree in business and marketing at a four-year university.

∫ Faith Romel, daughter of Mandy and Eric Hackney. She is involved in varsity basketball, softball, volleyball and travel volleyball as well as National Honor Society, Pep Club, Trip Club and SADD. She also serves as a volunteer umpire for youth baseball and softball, and enjoys cosmetology, weight lifting and writing.

After graduation, she plans to study business at a four-year university.

During Friday’s pageant, the 2017 Miss Posen, Camille LaTulip, will relinquish her crown.

Randy Idalski returns as master of ceremonies, and Rex and Sherry Manning as light and sound engineers. Laura Idalski is chair of the pageant and co-chair is Rachel Galer. Other committee members are Ashley Misiak, Penny Seiler, Judy Romel, Janice Idalski and Suzette Kandow.