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Sabrina Dunn crowned Miss Calif. Mid-State Fair 

Sabrina Dunn of Templeton crowned winner of Miss CMSF Pageant

Michelle Tarango is princess – Elida Moore second runner up

Sabrina Dunn of Templeton Templeton High School graduate Sabrina Dunn was crowned Queen of the Miss California Mid-State Fair (CMSF) Pageant on Tuesday evening at the Paso Robles Event Center. Sabrina was also named Miss Congeniality.

Sabrina is 18 years old and her hobbies include baking, horseback riding, hiking, running, crafting, welding and woodworking. She also loves to read and listen to music. She has been involved in Puma Aquatics, the Templeton High school Swim Team, and FFA. Her achievements include Top Scholar Award (4 years), FFA Rising Star, Equine Science Sectional Proficiency Winner, Wood/Metal Project Auctions, Most Spirited Senior, Coach’s Award, and Most Dedicated Award. Her platform title is “Project Surf Camp, Shredding the Mystery”. Sabrina will have an informational booth to raise awareness on this charitable organization.

Michelle Tarango was named princess as first runner up, and Elida Moore second runner up. The annual pageant kicked off the 2013 CMSF which will run July 17th thru 28th.

Miss California Mid-State Fair Pageant

Photos by Tim Wagner Photography as posted on the CMSF website.

2013 Miss California Mid-State Fair Pageant contestants

Victoria Barron will be 17 years old in the fall and is currently a senior at Paso Robles High School. Her hobbies include showing heifers at Jack Pot Shows, swimming, sign language, triathlons, 5K’s, 10K’s, scuba diving, white water rafting and Poi (fire spinning). She is very involved with FFA, Special Olympics, athletic training, softball, cheer and volunteer work. Her achievements include having a green-hand degree, Honor Roll and completing triathlons. She was awarded the Best Buddy Award for Special Olympics. Victoria’s platform title is “Health is the Way of Life”. She will have an informational booth about fitness and eating correctly.

Sabrina Dunn is 18 years old and a graduate of Templeton High School. Her hobbies include baking, horseback riding, hiking, running, crafting, welding and woodworking. She also loves to read and listen to music. Clubs that she is involved in are Puma Aquatics, Templeton High School Swim Team and FFA. Her achievements include Top Scholar Award (4 years), FFA Rising Star, Equine Science Sectional Proficiency Winner, Wood/Metal Project Auctions, Most Spirited Senior, a Coach’s Award and a Most Dedicated Award. Sabrina’s platform title is “Project Surf Camp – Shredding the Mystery”. She will have an informational booth to raise awareness on this charitable organization.

Sarah Remington Groves is 19 years old and attends Cuesta College. Her hobbies include rock climbing, upper body workouts, music and modeling. Clubs she was involved in during high school were cheer and powderpuff football for 2 years. Her achievements include coming in first place for computer drafting at the CMSF and being nominated senior year to the All American cheer and stunt cheer team at Cal Poly Cheer camp. Sarah’s platform is titled “Beautiful Souls” and she plans to use this platform to bring awareness to eating disorders.

Kelsey Koehler is 22 years old and attends Brandman University. Her hobbies include singing, crafting and volunteering in the community. She was a member of 4-H for 6 years, the ambassador of Paso Robles Relay for Life in 2003-2004, is currently a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and a volunteer for the local Lions Club. Her special awards include the President’s Volunteer Service Award for 2005 and 2006, and she also received a certificate of specialization from Cuesta College in Master Curriculum. She also volunteers at her local church as a Kindergarten aide. Kelsey’s platform title is “Through the Eyes of a Survivor” and she will have an informational booth about cancer awareness.

Elida Moore is 22 years old and attends Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Her hobbies include horseback riding, cooking, baking, reading and hiking. Organizations she is involved with are Cal Poly Equestrian Team, Cal Poly Orientation Leadership, and she is currently the Beef Leader for Cambria 4-H. Her achievements include a State FFA Degree, FFA Eagle Award, and State History Day Winner. Elida was also the key leader in getting cattle pens and equine arena covers donated to the Coast Union High School. Elida’s platform title is “Showmanship 101,” she will have a “hands-on day” for the general public to gain the experience of showing an animal.

Michelle Tarango is 18 years old and attends UC Davis. Her hobbies are reading, dancing, singing, swimming, biking, cooking/baking and shopping. Organizations she is/has been involved in are Pozo 4-H for 4 years, Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Atascadero High School Cheerleading, UC Davis Student Alumni Association and the CMSF Junior Fair Board. Her achievements are Superintendent’s Honor Roll, California State Senate Honor Roll, Greyhound Scholar Athlete and Top 30. Michelle’s platform title is “Take a Breather: Smoking & Lung Cancer Awareness” and she plans to have an informational booth to showcase the dangers of smoking and the horrible effects of lung cancer.

 



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