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8 girls vying for Hiawatha Halloween Queen

(KNZA)--Eight girls are vying this year for Hiawatha Halloween queen.

This year's event, which will be held at 6:30 Saturday evening on the steps of the Brown County Courthouse, will have limited attendance.

The event is part of the 106th annual Halloween Frolic.

Competing for scholarships are:

Miss Everest: Tommi-Anne McAfee

Miss Fairview: Lauren Gatz

Miss Hiawatha: Ashlynn Henry

Miss Horton: Avery Wischropp

Miss Robinson: Raven Stroud

Miss Sabetha: Leah Renyer

Miss Wathena Grace Feuerbacher

Miss Wetmore: Alyssa Bloom

You can watch the queen crowning on Rainbow LIVE and the Hiawatha Halloween Frolic Facebook page.

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