Slate of candidates set for 2019 Concordia Fall Festival Queen Contest

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Before festivities related to the 2019 Concordia Fall Festival get started moving at their now infamous pace, a queen for this year’s festival will have already been crowned. A slate of six young ladies have made the cut and will display their talents during the Fall Festival Queen Contest, scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Concordia Community Center. The contest will include talent, gown and question competitions, and offers the newly crowned queen a $2,000 scholarship and the opportunity to represent Concordia at the 2020 Missouri State Fair.

This year’s queen candidates include:

Jenna Frerking—Sponsored by Premier Hair Co., Jenna is the 17-year-old daughter of Jeff and Kim Frerking. She is currently attending Saint Paul Lutheran High School, where she participates in S.T.A.Y. and Student Government. After high school she plans to attend the College of the Ozarks to pursue a career in physical education and horticulture.

Kylie Frerking—Sponsored by Ronald L. Hinton DDS PC, Kylie is the 17-year-old daughter of Jeff and Kim Frerking. She is currently attending Saint Paul Lutheran High School, where she participates in Student Government, National Honor Society, Girls State, March for Life in Washington D.C., and S.T.A.Y. After high school she plans to attend Missouri S&T and pursue a career in biology and later get her doctorate as an anesthesiologist.

Shelby Koch—Sponsored by Antiquology, Shelby is the 17-year-old daughter of Dean and Debbie Koch. She is currently attending Concordia High School, where she participates in FCCLA, FBLA and Art Club. After high school she plans to attend Warrensburg Area Career Center to get her certificate in cosmetology.

Kailey Ohrenberg—Sponsored by KN Photos, Kailey is the 17-year-old daughter of Kent and April Ohrenberg. She is currently attending Concordia High School, where she participates in student council, FBLA, FFA, CMM, Academic C-Club, Athletic C-Club, National Honor Society and the A+ Program. After high school she plans to attend the University of Missouri to pursue a career as an oncologist.

Maggie Pitsch—Sponsored by State Bank, Maggie is the 16-year-old daughter of Monte and Marta Pitsch. She is currently attending Saint Paul Lutheran High School, where she participates in Student Government, S.T.A.Y., Singing Saints and National Honor Society. After high school she plans to pursue a career as a speech pathologist or a high school English teacher.

Breawna Woods—Sponsored by RE/Max Central-Emily Collins, Realtor, Breawna is the 17-year-old daughter of Steve and Angie Beerman, and Gabe and Rebecca Woods. She is currently attending Saint Paul Lutheran High School, where she participates in S.T.A.Y., Singing Saints and Girls State. After high school she plans to attend Missouri State University to pursue a career in early childhood education.

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