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Kewaunee resident among Alice finalists presented in Egg Harbor

The countdown is on for the Alice in Dairyland Finals in Door County, which officially began after the six finalists vying to succeed the current Alice, Ashley Hagenow, were introduced on Friday in Egg Harbor. Fox Lake’s Cierra Essock, Oconomowoc’s Halei Heinzel, Denmark’s Katrina Hoesly, Kewaunee’s Kiley Pagel, Kiel’s Lauren Siemers, and Big Bend’s Michaela King will all compete for the title of Alice in Dairyland this May. The role is a one-year, full-time public relations position with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP). The girls all have different backgrounds and experiences that they can fall back on over the next two months, and Steering Committee Chair Denise Plassmeyer said she was impressed by all six of them when she met them for the first time.


Along with Hagenow, the six finalists will frequent Door County to get to know the area better ahead of completing the final May 2nd-4th. Tickets to some of the associated events go on sale on March 4th. The Alice in Dairyland Final Door County Steering Committee will also host a meat raffle fundraiser on March 9th at Apple Valley Lanes in Sturgeon Bay. We will feature each of the six finalists over the next week, or you can watch our individual interviews with them on our YouTube Channel.

 

 

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