EPHRAIM—Miss Ephraim 2021, Madison Worthington, will pass her title on to one of ten contestants at the Miss Ephraim Scholarship pageant on Saturday, May 7, which starts at 7 p.m. at the Snow College Eccles Center.
Contestant #1 is Joslynn Gordon, daughter of Brooke and Mike Cherry. Her platform is “Everyone is a Star and Deserves the Right to Shine.” She will perform a contemporary dance solo to “Got it in You.”
Contestant #2 is Janey Christensen, daughter of Kim and Charlynn Christensen. Her platform is “Hard Things Make You Happy.” She will perform a vocal/guitar solo, “Out on the Road.”
Contestant #3 is Hallie Williams, daughter of Jennifer Kelley and Jacob Williams. Her platform is “From the Top of My Head to the Bottom of My Heart.” She will perform a violin solo for her talent entitled “Vivaldi’s Rain.”
Contestant #4 is Kaitlyn Mathews, daughter of Craig and Jana Ogden. Her platform is “Recess Education.” For her talent she will perform a vocal solo, “What a Wonderful World.”
Contestant #5 is LeElla Heller, daughter of Steve and Cheri Heller. Her platform is titled “Live in the Body of a Survivor.” For her talent she will perform a dance solo to “Warrior.”
Contestant #6 is Harmony Durtschi, daughter of Lawrence and Denise Durtschi. Her platform is “Grow Together.” She will be presenting a painting demonstration for her talent.
Contestant #7 is Lacey Hendrickson, daughter of SuEllen Rigby. Her platform is “Be a Sunshine to Others.” For her talent she will be presenting a vocal solo called “Bless Myself.”
Contestant #8 is Anneke Bahlmann, daughter of Andy and Heidi Bahlmann. Her platform is “Reading: Exercise for our Minds.” She will be performing a piano solo called “Miss Clara Remembers” for her talent.
Contestant #9 is Clarissa Knapp, daughter of Doug and Mary Knapp. Her platform is “Look Up.” She will present a vocal theater solo entitled “I Will Fly” for her talent.
Contestant #10 is Karlie Strickland, daughter of Harmonie Poppleton and Cody Strickland. Her platform is “Breaking the Silence on Human Trafficking.” Her talent will be a vocal solo to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”