Wednesday, October 26, 2016

2016-2017 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty October Update



Royal greetings everyone!

We are excited to share some of the different opportunities we have taken part in since we have won the honor of being crowned your 2016-2017 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty.  We had a busy four days of Cranfest and on Friday night, September 23rd we had the opportunity to go to the Tomah Sparta Speedway and ride in the parade lap holding the American flag during the national anthem. Each of us got to wave the green flag to start a race, this was a very fun experience for the whole royal family. September 30th we got to ride on top of our float for the homecoming parade. It was fun seeing familiar faces and waving to family and friends. On
October 1st we went to Wetherby Cranberry Marsh and the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center. This was such a fun day. We put our hip boots and waded out into the Cranberry Bogs to take pictures. While at the marsh, we had the opportunity to meet and greet people from all over the US. Next we headed off to the
Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center where we enjoyed a delicious lunch. We also made crafts with
children and mingled with visitors. We hope you have a "Berry" good time until we write again.

Yours truly,

2016-2017 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty-
Queen: Mackenzie Myers, Princesses: Lindsay Murdock and Stevie Peterson

Here is a sneak peek of what’s ahead on our schedule: Tomah Holiday Parade, Sparta Holiday Parade and Black River Falls Holiday Parade, Warrens Community Christmas.


2016-2017 Newly Crowned Royalty



The Warrens Cranberry Festival is excited to introduce the 2016-2017 Warrens Cranberry Festival Royalty

Queen - Mackenzie Myers, and Princesses –Lindsay Murdock and Stevie Peterson


Mackenzie is the 16-year-old daughter of Bryan and Diane Myers of Tomah. Mackenzie is in the 11th grade at Tomah High School, and stays active with being a football manager, student trainer, member of dance team, and Hosa. Her community involvement includes volunteering with Tomah Youth Football and the Stamp Out  Hunger Food Drive. During her free time Mackenzie enjoys being outdoors, shopping, dancing, and spending time with family and friends.

Lindsay is the 13-year-old daughter of Ryan and Samantha Murdock of Warrens and Layna and Nate Waege of Tomah. Lindsay is in the 8th grade at St. Paul’s School in Tomah where she is involved with cheer leading, volleyball, and the St. Paul’s Singers. Lindsay volunteers with her dad grooming snowmobile trails and also helps him with the people movers at Cranfest. In her free time Lindsay enjoys reading, shopping, playing
volleyball, camping, and spending time with her family.

Stevie Peterson is the 14-year-old daughter of Dean and Gaye Peterson of Tomah. Stevie is a freshman at the Tomah High School. Her extra curricular activities are Tomah High School Limited Edition Show Choir, Dance Team, she is a member of St. Matthew’s Youth Group, and the 2016 State Honors Choir. Her hobbies include dancing, singing, playing her ukulele, guitar, piano, along with songwriting, and spending time with family and friends.

Congratulations ladies!


Princess Lindsay, Queen Mackenzie, and Princess Stevie

Royalty Wins Oktoberfest Festmaster Award!


Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Royalty for winning the Festmaster Award at the La Crosse Oktoberfest Maple Leaf Parade.

Thanks ladies for a wonderful year of representing the Warrens Cranberry Festival and a job well done!