La Pine Frontier Days

2019 Miss Frontier Days


2019 Miss La Pine Frontier Day - Autumn Gerard

This is the first year that the committee chose a High School Junior to lead the charge and take a look at why:

Carrying an accumulative 4.0 GPA and competing as an athlete, our new Miss Frontier Days also is taking college classes, preparing to graduate next year with honors and competing for acceptance at a prestigious college when the time comes!

Autumn is the first person to tell you that growing up in a single parent household has made her stronger and motivated to do her best at everything. When it comes to living in La Pine her love of our community tops her list of priorities and that means that she loves Frontier Days. Autumn has come to every single Frontier Days event since she was small!

So what can we add to her list of accomplishments? She is currently working out her National Honor Society Community Service project by acting as the coordinator for the Big Tree Tournament. She gets the volunteers, and she works the shifts alongside the others splitting her time between the three gymnasiums and leaving to work in her own competitions in the out of town playoffs in her sport.

“Frontier Days is an event I have attended every year since my childhood. To me it is a family tradition where we walk around to visit vendors, watch the talent show and visit with friends in town. It is a time to catch up with old friends and new ones and just have a good time at La Pine’s traditional 4th of July celebration. Frontier Days has been the highlight of my summers throughout my life and now I will be able to represent the event and help spread the word about our town’s cultural history! Come and join me at this year’s event! I will be there to welcome you!”

Congratulations to Miss Autumn Gerard, Miss Frontier Days, 2019!

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