Woodward teen seeks statewide pageant title

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Makenzie B. Dresback of Woodward, a senior at Woodward-Granger High School, is in the running for the title of Miss Iowa Teen USA.

WOODWARD, Iowa — Makenzie B. Dresback of Woodward, a senior at Woodward-Granger High School, is in the running for the title of Miss Iowa Teen USA.

Dresback already captured the Miss Central Iowa Teen USA title and will soon take part in the statewide contest May 20-21 at the Des Moines Marriott.

The evening competition will feature three segments: evening gown, activewear or swimwear and personality interview, according to Future Productions, which produces the Miss USA state pageants.

“We are overwhelmed by the response and caliber of all the participants from Iowa, said Denise Wallace, executive state co-director of Future Productions.

Dresback said she was grateful to her numerous sponsors, including Amanda Hardenbrook of Planet Hair Salon, Beverly Fowles of Bev’s Little Bakery, Bill and Patsy Pearson, Brant Koffman of Signature Signs, Brian Dresback of Christopher’s Rare Coins, Chad and Dana Crutchfield, David and Lori Sears, John and Barb De Joode, John and Mary Bustad, Kathy Bermal of Edible Arrangements, Kathy Nixon of Barrett Plating, Mark Tiernan of Tiernan’s Service Center, Scotty and Jennifer Roberts, Tim and Marinee Fulmer and the Iowa Women’s American Legion Auxiliary of Woodward.

The 18-year-old high school senior also gave special thanks to Kennybrook Village Retirement Community, where she works, and to her parents, Gary and Amy Dresback, and her sister, Kayley Dresback.

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