Kelsie Nielson wins Miss Fairview crown Saturday
FAIRVIEW—On a night dedicated to bringing out the “Masterpiece” in all the contestants, Kelsie Nielson was crowned Miss Fairview last Saturday night.
The Miss Fairview Pageant, which was themed “Masterpiece,” was held at the packed Peterson Dance Hall in Fairview. The pageant was emceed by Shayne Thompson and outgoing Miss Fairview, Lydia Madsen.
The entertainment was headlined by local duo Skyline Drive, featuring brothers Ross and Luc Christensen, who announced that this summer they would be traveling to Nashville to compete in a national talent contest.
Nielson, who performed a cheer/tumbling routine to “A Big Hunk O’ Love” by Elvis Presley, is a junior at North Sanpete High School and the daughter of Mike and Debbie Nielson. Her platform for her year as Miss Fairview will be “H2O, let’s go: the importance of staying hydrated.”
Joining Nielson as in the royalty as first attendant will be Ireland Rawlinson. Rawlinson is the daughter of Sean and Shauna Rawlinson. She showed a presentation of her art work as her talent performance and was named Most Photogenic and Miss Congeniality.
Nicole Day was named second attendant. Day is the daughter of Allen and Andrea Day and performed a piano solo, “Spanish Dance,” by Anton Bilotti.