Photo by Laura Houck
                                Tia Miesle, waving, was crowned Miss Oak Harbor 2018 during the March 10 Miss Oak Harbor Pageant.

Photo by Laura Houck Tia Miesle, waving, was crowned Miss Oak Harbor 2018 during the March 10 Miss Oak Harbor Pageant.

Miss Oak Harbor pageant crowns royalty

  • Friday, March 16, 2018 1:45pm
  • Life

The 2018 Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant reigned in new royalty and awarded more than $16,000 in scholarships this week.

The following contestants were crowned:

Miss Oak Harbor 2018: Tia Miesle

1st Princess: Danielle Lonborg

2nd Princess: Autumn Coker

Teen Miss Oak Harbor 2018: Emily Evans

Teen 1st Princess: Ella Langrock

Teen 2nd Princess: Savanneh Dahl

The following awards were also given:

Royal Rose Award:

Elizabeth Fitzgerald, 2017 2nd Princess

People’s Choice: Danielle Lonborg

Miss Congeniality: Danielle Lonborg

Miss Fitness: Danielle Lonborg

Miss All Around: Michelle Consolver

Miss On Her Way: Lydia Welch

Miss Service: Chloe Christian

Formal Wear Award: Emily Evans

Marketing Award: Danielle Lonborg

Style Award: Megan Hauter

Most Photogenic: Natasha Decker

Divisional Awards include:

Miss Scholar: Autumn Coker

Teen Miss Scholar: Emily Evans

Miss Personal Interview Award: Tia Miesle

Teen Personal Interview Award: Ella Langrock

Miss Division Talent Awards:

1st Place: Tia Miesle

2nd Place: Shelby Montoya

3rd Place: Megan Hauter

Miss Division Speech Awards:

1st Place: Autumn Coker

2nd Place: Gabby Harstad

3rd Place: Danielle Lonborg

Teen Division Talent Awards:

1st Place: Jennifer Danielson

2nd Place: Emily Evans

3rd Place: Chelsea Lonborg

Teen Division Speech Awards:

1st Place: Lydia Welch

2nd Place: Michelle Consolver

3rd Place: Jaelyn O’Hara

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