Five to vie for Miss Bristol title in 2019

The contestants in this year’s Miss Bristol contest have been announced.

The selection of Miss Bristol is one of the activities at the Bristol Progress Days banquet, which takes place on the first day of the annual community festival. Miss Bristol represents the community for the following year.

This year’s Bristol Progress Days will take place July 12-14.

Here are is a little information on this year’s contestants (supplied by the Bristol Progress Days Committee):

Jessie Dahms, 18, graduated from Westosha Central High School.  Her future plan are to attend UW Parkside for Environmental Studies and teach, and someday continue her education in Marine Biology (she took a trip to Baja Mexico to study Marine Biology).  He current activities are Lake Side Clean Up’s, helps people start gardens, educates others about the environment, and she helps clean up the shoreline.  In school she was President if the Environmental Club, Part of Peer Helpers, and Habitat for Humanity.  She also was inducted into The National Honors Society and part of Jazz Band.  Her parents are Harry and Kim Dahms.

Amanda Gorsuch, 16, she will be a Junior at Westosha Central High School.  Her future plans are to attend either UW Lacrosse for Theater or Milwaukee School of Arts and Design for Photography.  For Theater would like to make it to Broadway and for Photography would like to travel around the world.  Her current activities are, she is Vice President of Trinity Teens at her church, helps with Sunday School, and VBS.  She belongs to Bristol Strivers 4-H club and participates at Kenosha County fair where she has won many awards. In school she in the Drama Club and has been inducted into the Thespian Society, where she currently holds the  office of Treasure.  She has participated in all school drama productions either in cast or crew, part of band, choir, and has competed at district Solo Ensemble where she received a 1 which enabled her to go to state.  Her parents are Dr David and  Carol Gorsuch.

Haley Gorsuch, 20, is a Sophmore at University of Wisconsin Whitewater.  Her future plans are to Graduate from the University of Whitewater and become an Elementary Art Teacher.  Her current activities are volunteering at Fast Friends, Westosha Senior Center, and Kenosha Humane Society.  She is a leader for The Trinity Teens at her church, and has help coach Tennis with WKCTA.  In school she was most Improved Player with Westosha Central Tennis, received gold medals at state for forensics all four years.  She a member of American Sign Language Club at UW Whitewater and in joys playing her flute, drawing and painting in her free time.  If you want to find out more about me come to Bristol Progress Days Banquet or the event on July 12-14 at Hansen Park in Bristol where you will find her.  Her parents are Dr Dave and Carol Gorsuch and Bill and Brenda Flesch.

Grace Henningfield, 16, she will be a Junior at Westosha Central High School.  Her future plans are to further he education, to teach, and shape young minds.  Her current activities are volunteering at Bristol Kids Club, part of Bristol Rec softball , and involved with her Christian Youth group.  In school she was on the Honor Roll, received the Falcon Spirit Award, and is on the tennis team.  Her parents are Scott and Jackie Henningfield.

Jennah Miller, 19, she graduated from Abeka Academy.  Her future plans are to attend College to further her education, so she can give care to others like she has received.  Music is also very important to her, she currently teaches vocal and plans to continue giving vocal lessons. Her current activities are that she volunteers at Salem Library for Book Buddies.  She also helps at her church with Puppets, VBS ,  Children’s choir, and has taught Sunday School for three years.  Her parents are Mark and Julie Miller.


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