Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant proudly announces contestants

by Jes Walker-Wyse 2nd February 2016

Dejsha Lollar, MISS OAK HARBOR 2015


Oak Harbor, WA~February 2, 2016--The Miss Oak Harbor and Teen Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant has accepted the following contestants:

Miss Division

Breanna Grehan

Mara Powers

Maddie Gaber

Matti Miesle

Resego Mooki

Brandy Myers

Krista Alamo

Jacklyn Curtis

Ajoney Smalls

Marinna Bruland

Chloe Stowell

Megan Corfman

Maddy Harstad

Abby Royek

Tamia Rios


Teen Division

Paige Jackson

Baelee Whitinger

Gabby Harstad

Sydney Koslowski



As a participant contestants will receive training, gifts and education valued at over $500.00. This unique six-week program focuses on personal and professional growth through the development of leadership, communication and marketability. Our hope is that participants will gain confidence, self-esteem and a sense of accomplishment that will enable them to serve as role models for the youth of their community.


If you have the ability to donate your time, talent or treasures to our organization please contact Jes Walker-Wyse, Director, at pageantwyse@gmail.com.

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Tuesday, 2nd February 2016, 04:32pm.
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