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Sand Lake chooses royalty for July 4th celebration

Sand Lake chooses royalty for July 4th celebration
The Sand Lake Queens, Court and Firecrackers for 2022-2023. Top Row (L to R):  Avery Vandyke, Alexia Stoner, Sarah Sharp, Julia Stadler. Bottom Row (L to R):  Maverick Hoogerhyde, Amya Jones, Briana Hoogerhyde, Kenzlee Burns, Alexia Unger.

The annual Sand Lake July 4th Celebration is right around the corner, and that means a new set of royalty has been chosen to grace this year’s festivities and represent the festival throughout the year. 

This year’s Miss Sand Lake is Alexia Stoner, 15, the daughter of Nikki and Kevin Stoner, of Pierson. 

Miss Sand Lake Queen’s Court is Julia Stadler, 11, the daughter of John and Suzanne Stadler of Howard City; and Sarah Sharp, 15, the daughter of Julie Sharp of Sand Lake.

The Jr. Miss Sand Lake Queen is Avery Vandyke, 11, the daughter of Lisa VanDyke, of Pierson. 

The Jr. Miss Sand Lake Queen’s Court is Kenzlee Burns, 8, daughter of Amanda Burns, of Howard City; and Amya Jones, 8, daughter of Jessica Fox, of Sand Lake.

Little Miss Sand Lake is Briana Hoogerhyde, 9, daughter of Justin and Jamie Hoogerhyde of Sand Lake.

Little Miss Firecracker is Alexia Unger, 5, the daughter of Katrina Christensen, of Sand Lake.

Little Mister Firecracker is Maverick Hoogerhyde, 4, the son of Justin and Jamie Hoogerhyde, of Sand Lake.

The Sand Lake Queens and Court will be hosting a Veteran’s lunch free of charge on July 4th at 2 pm at the VFW in Sand Lake for any veterans that would like to attend. “We are so excited to serve our community this year,” they said.  

The group will be selling crowns and cookies this year to raise money for a new float and the scholarship fund. 

Come check out the Queen’s and the Sand Lake 4th of July Fair and activities this year starting on July 1, 2022. Click link below to see a schedule of events.

SandLake4thofJulyCelebration-2022.pdf

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One Response to “Sand Lake chooses royalty for July 4th celebration”

  1. MERREN'S OF SANDLAKE NELSON TOWNSHIP says:

    HELLO, I am Patrick D. Merren Grandson of William Merren and Dorothy Merren . Father in the cemetery as well William H. Merren Jr. I wish you all a Great time and best wishes. I often think of Sandlake have not been there since my father was laid to rest 42 years ago this June . I am proud of you all wish I could be there to celebrate and have a good ole Fish Fry ! I hope the town is secure and well as so much history there. Well I will be thinking of SandLake this 4th so cherish one another give thanks and praise most of all love and be kind to each other and Stand FAST please do not let Sandlake Fall to the bad. Something keeps calling me to go back just still to painful for me but as being 51 better do it soon. Again HAVE a Grand Time. Thankyou, Patrick D. Merren.

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