2017 Service Project

My second community service project as a Miss Inver Grove Heights Ambassador was a fundraising sale dedicated to the Alzheimers Association. This organization is important because it brings awareness to a life changing illness, and helps fund the research necessary to find a cure for this disease. This project involved me collecting, organizing, and advertising items for this 3 day long sale which took place June 8-10th. I collected items from family members and local neighbors and then had to label prices on all items in order to sell them. After collecting the items I distributed flyers at local community centers including the Inver Glen Library, the Inver Grove Heights Anytime Fitness and throughout the roads of Inver Grove. The event had a great turnout and I am excited to announce I raised 200$ to donate to the Alzheimers Association and I was even able to bring all unsold items to the Goodwill in West St Paul for donation to benefit the local community.

Megan Rauschnot
2017 Miss Inver Grove Heights Princess 

2017 Rice Street Festival Kick Off Dinner

Tonight we had the opportunity to attend the Rice Street Festival Kick off Dinner. This event gave me, Kristi and other surrounding communities the chance to meet the new Rice Street Festival candidates as well as celebrate the current royalties past year. This event was a wonderful dinner at Ideal Hall and an overall enjoyable evening. It was great to socialize with surrounding communities royalty programs as well as support the Rice Street Festival! I’m excited for the festivities to begin and can’t wait to find out who is crowned!

Megan Rauschnot

2017 Inver Grove Heights Princess

2017 Junior Miss Princess Fort Snelling Service Project

For my second service project I was able to help out with Flags for Fort Snelling and put out the flags on Memorial day. My mom’s great uncle was killed in action during the Korean war, but he wasn’t found and buried for 58 years, so this was special to my family to be able to honor the military people. I also have my uncle and great grandma buried at Fort Snelling. I invited some family and friends to help with the event.  It was a great experience seeing all the people that came out to help and being able to honor to the heroes who have fallen for our freedom.

Katie Mitchell

2017 Inver Grove Heights Junior Princess

2017 South St. Paul Candidate Showcase

On Thursday, June 1st, my royal sisters Ally, Megan and I were able to attend the South St Paul Kaposia Days Candidate Showcase.  It was really fun the candidates had to make a dish and give the recipe, for something from their heritage or childhood.  My favorite was the gingersnaps and the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. It was fun seeing all the other royal families again.

Katie Mitchell

2017 Inver Grove Heights Junior Princess

2017 May Day 5K

On May 6th my royal sisters and I attended the May Day 5K, we helped with the hula hooping contest, we handed out waters to the runners, we talked with many of the participants,  and mascots, cheerleaders, fire department and others of our community including our Mayor..We all had fun, and it was a beautiful day.
Payton Litz
2017 Little Miss Inver Grove Heights

2017 Good Samaritan Brunch

Before brunch started I walked around with the other royal girls and we mingled with people.Once the food was ready we sat down and ate, it was really good. As we were eating there was a live band, they were really talented. Once we were done eating we helped pass out the prizes and baskets of the winners and highest bidders. Overall this brunch was really fun and delicious.

Ally Mraz

2017 Junior Miss Inver Grove Heights Princess

2017 Rotary Dinner

I attended the Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul Rotary dinner. Kat Perkins, a finalist on The Voice, was the emcee for the night! She blessed us with inspiring songs and her beautiful voice. The South St. Paul royalty girls and I had the honor of announcing the raffle winners. The program continued with an exchange student who spoke about her experience in America. There was also an award given to Virginia, an inspiring woman. The night was an absolute blast! Wonderful program!

Kristi Schulz
2017 Miss Inver Grove Heights

2017 Inver Grove Heights Easter Egg Hunt

On Saturday April 8th my royal family and I were able to attend the Inver Grove Heights Easter Egg Hunt. The event was held at the Rich Valley Park soccer fields. We were expecting it to be a warm April day but it ended up being cold, windy and overcast. But that didn’t stop all the kids from coming out and having fun! There were three fields filled with eggs for different age groups. My royal sisters and I were able to sound that starting horn for each field. It was so much fun watching all of the kids rush out after the eggs. Each field ended up having a golden egg. The lucky hunter who found the golden egg was given an extra prize. Even though the weather wasn’t perfect it was still a really fun day!

Abigail Cheyka

2017 Inver Grove Heights Little Princess

2017 Neighbors Inc Food Drive – Cub Foods

On Saturday March 25, my Royal Family and I were able to volunteer at Cub for the Neighbors Food Drive. We helped them a lot and almost made the money goal they had set. We helped with passing out grocery lists, and packing groceries. It was a lot of fun, the people were very nice and it was a great day.

Katie Mitchell
2017 Junior Princess

 

 

2017 The Minneapolis Aquatennial Ambassador- Women’s Expo

Several cities attended the first ever Women’s Expo, hosted by the Minneapolis Aquatennial. Multiple sessions were offered to help us identify our self worth. We learned how to prepere for our futures and plan to accomplish our goals. Our motto is:  We are powerful. We are brave. Thank you again to the Minneapolis Aquatennial for offering such a powerful event!!!

Kristi Schulz

2017 Miss Inver Grove Heights