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Carleton’s Annual Celebration Returns this Year: Ten Vie for Queen

Ten local girls will be competing for the Milo Day Queen crown at the annual 2015 Milo Days celebration in Carleton.

Samantha Lange, daughter of John and Kate Lange, represents Alexandria.

Samantha Wiedel, daughter of Jerry and Lynn Wiedel, represents Belvidere.

Hope Wachtel, daughter of Jerry and Heidi Wachtel, represents Carleton.

Brice Ardissono, daughter of Chris and Beth Ardissono, represents Bruning.

McKenna Schardt, daughter of Nathan and Robin Schardt, represents Davenport.

Katie Roth, daughter of Chris and Kim Roth,  represents Deshler.

Kenidee Miller, daughter of Mark and Kerry Miller, represents Hebron.

Katlin Quiring, daughter of Kevin and Christina Quiring, represents McCool Junction.

Brittaney O’Neal, daughter of Ginger Ridolfi and Richard and Jami O’Neal, represents Ruskin.

Courtney Kamler, daughter of  Joe and Gina Kamler, represents Shickley.

Hope Reinke, daughter of John and Amy Flint, represents Byron.

Any girl ages four to seven are able to participate as a Milo Princess.

Girls will need to be at the Zion Lutheran Church in Carleton at 4:30 p.m. and participate in an activity with the Milo Queen

Candidates, get their picture taken and will get to ride on the float for the parade.

Every girl who participates will be crowned a Milo Day Princess.

Milo Days will take place September 12 and 13 this year. This year’s parade theme will be “Rooted in the Soil.”

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