2020 Brainerd/Baxter & Central Lakes United States Pageant set for Nov. 29


BAXTER — The 2020 Brainerd/Baxter & Central Lakes United States Pageant will be 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, at The Journey North Community Church in Baxter.

The Central Lakes title is new this year and was added to give women outside of the Brainerd/Baxter area the opportunity to compete in a local United States Pageant. Sixteen girls and women will compete in interview, social impact statement, on stage question, active wear/swimsuit and evening gown.

Competing for the Brainerd/Baxter titles in the Little Miss Division:

  • Ellie Helmer, 8, daughter of Aimee Tagtmeier, and

  • Juliana Sustercich, 9, daughter of David and Tiffany Sustercich.

In the Pre Teen Division are:

  • Katlyn Casper, 12, daughter of Amber Casper, and

  • Kennedy Christenson, 10, daughter of Bethany Christenson and Trent Christenson.

In the Jr Teen Division is:


  • Jenna Pavlacky, 13, daughter of Amber Casper.

Competing in the Teen Division will be:

  • Jaclyn Lorentz, 16, daughter of Julie Harris and Scott Lorentz,

  • Isabelle Prozinski, 17, daughter of John and Maria Prozinski,

  • Deanna Root, 17, daughter of Ann Marie and Jim Root, and

  • Allison Townsend, 19, daughter of Kerry Townsend.

In the Ms Division is:

  • Amber Casper, 34.

In the Ms Woman Division is:

  • Michelle Kitchenhoff, 48.

In the Mrs Division are:

  • Kathryn Jourdan, 26, married to Samual Jourdan, and

  • Ann Marie Root, 49, married to Jim Root.

Competing for the Central Lakes United States titles are:

  • Teen Division: AylaJean Madsen Root, Mankato, 19, daughter of Ann Marie and Jim Root,

  • In the Mrs Division: Roseanna Roubinek, Crosby, 29, married to Michael Roubinek.

All of the winners from the Brainerd/Baxter & Central Lakes United States Pageant will go on to compete in the 2020 Minnesota United States Pageant at Tornstrom Auditorium in Brainerd on March 14.
Directors of the local and state pageants are Vicki Randall and Bill Musel.

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