Friday, February 21, 2020

2019-2020 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty February Update



Royal greetings !

We are excited to share our latest events. On January 22nd we traveled to Wisconsin Dells for Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Trade Show. We walked around taking pictures and visited with the vendors. We watched the presentation to “Train Your Brain”. Following the presentation we attended the cranberry growers meeting and gave a short introduction and talked about our events. We took a picture with June Potter from the Cranfest Advisory Board, she was celebrating her birthday that same day.
On February 1st we attended the 97th Annual Westby Snowflake Ski Jump Tournament. We visited and gathered with all the other royalty for a group picture. We did introductions at the opening ceremony that kicked off the ski jump. We climbed the steps up the steep jump, some of us ventured all the way to the top. What a great view of the ski jumpers and the beautiful valley. We were able to watch some
pretty long jumps and also a couple wipe-outs. It was a fantastic day of at the ski jump and had a great time representing the Warrens Cranberry Festival.

Yours Truly,

The 2019-2020 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty
Queen: Lindsay Murdock and Princesses: Katie Carlson and Annabelle Haun

Here is a sneak peek of what’s ahead on our schedule:  Warrens Community Easter Breakfast, Alice in Dairyland Coronation, and Westby Syttende Mai.



Princess Katie, Queen Lindsay, June Potter, and Princess Annabelle


Thursday, January 16, 2020

2019-2020 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty January Update



Royal greetings & Happy New Year!

We are excited to share our latest event attended since the holidays. Our schedule for January has been a little calmer compared to the month of December. On January 8th we traveled to Wisconsin Dells for the Wisconsin Fairest of Fairs Competition. The evening started with a delicious meal followed by the final intense competition for the new Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs. All the ladies who competed did a great job! Cayley Vande Berg of Fond Du Lac County was crowned the 2020 Wisconsin Fairest Of The Fairs. We visited with the competitors and took pictures with the 2019 Wisconsin Fairest Of The Fairs, Megan Buechel. It was an exciting night of competition and always fun to meeting new people. We
enjoy representing the Warrens Cranberry Festival and hope you enjoy reading our Royal update and pictures!


Yours Truly,

The 2019-2020 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty
Queen: Lindsay Murdock and Princesses: Katie Carlson and Annabelle Haun

Here is a sneak peek of what’s ahead on our schedule:  WSCGA (Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association)Convention, Westby Snowflake Ski Jump, and Valentines Day Celebration at the VA.



Princess Katie, Queen Lindsay, 2020 Wisconsin Fairest
 of the Fairs, and Princess Annabelle


Thursday, December 19, 2019

2019-2020 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty December Update


Royal greetings and Happy Holidays!

We are so excited to share all the events we’ve had the opportunity to participate in since our last update.  

On November 29th, Princess Katie and Princess Annabelle attended the Tomah Holiday Parade. We left our float at home and only took the Suburban. The weather was nice so we walked the entire parade route waving to everyone along the way. The parade route was packed with people on both sides of street. We enjoyed hot chocolate before and after the parade. 

On December 6th, Princess Katie and Princess Annabelle attended the Sparta Holiday Parade. Before the parade we enjoyed hot chocolate at the Royalty Tea and took pictures with Santa and Ben Biken. We walked the entire route of the parade waving to all the cheerful parade goers. The weather was great and it was a delightful night.

On December 13th, we served cranberry juice and handed out presents at the Tomah Senior Center Christmas Party. It was nice to visit and spread some holiday cheer with area seniors.

On December 14th, we toured the Wisconsin Capital in Madison. The rotunda contained a 30 foot tall Christmas tree. The tree was decorated with ornaments that were handmade by students from all over Wisconsin. The theme this year is a celebration of what science means to Wisconsin students. This is the 103rd year a tree has been in the Capitol rotunda. We were able to take some great photos near the Christmas tree and out on the observation deck. We left for lunch and later toured the Executive
Residents. The house was filled with beautiful Christmas trees, each of them were decorated in a different theme. One of the trees was decorated in red, white and blue lights and military ornaments to remember Wisconsin’s deployed service members and named “Tribute to our Troops”. We had a busy day in
Madison with picture taking and holiday excitement. We’ve enjoyed  celebrating the holiday season and promoting the Cranberry Festival on all our adventures this past month.

Happy Holidays!

Here is a sneak peek of what’s ahead on our schedule: 
Shopping for formals, Fairest of the Fair Coronation, WSCGA Winter Meeting, and Westby Snowflake Ski Jump.

Princess Katie, Queen Lindsay, and Princess Annabelle