Three young ladies will compete for the Miss Moroni title Friday

Three young ladies will compete for the Miss Moroni  title Friday


Robert Stevens

Managing editor



MORONI—The 2017 Miss Moroni will be chosen from a trio of young ladies tomorrow night at North Sanpete Middle School.

The pageant, which will be held at 7 p.m., is being run this year by newly-appointed director Karen Burgess.

“We have three talented girls vying for the title this year,” said Burgess.
Contestant No. 1 is Aubree Whitman, daughter of Scott and Heather Whitman. Her platform is “#It CanWait – Don’t Text and Drive.” Aubree is planning on playing a piano solo titled “Phrygian Toccata.”

Contestant No 2, Katie Kjar is the daughter of Daniel and Lindsey Kjar. Her platform is “Let Your Confidence ‘SHINE’ – S – Be Strong, H – Be Happy, I – Make an Impact, N – Be Nice, E – Be Educated.” Katie is planning on performing a Lyrical Dance to “Uncover”.

Contestant No. 3 is Heather Anderson, daughter of Dallen and Kathy Anderson. Her platform is “Age is just a number: Creating Connections.” Her talent will be a piano solo, “Moonlight Fantasy” by Melody Bober.

Entrance fee is $5. Miss Sanpete, Kaytie Nielson, will be the Mistress of Ceremonies and will be joined by Kailee Burgess, Miss Moroni 2016.

Aubree Whitman
Heather Anderson
Katie Kjar