SHS Pageant raises funds for families


Last updated 4/23/2024 at 9:50am

The SHS Pageant is an annual fundraiser at Sisters High School that’s taken place for well over a dozen years. Although last year was the first time the term “SHS Pageant” was used to describe it, it still raised nearly $10,000 for Sisters Family Access Network (FAN), a Central Oregon-based program that provides basic needs and services for families and children who require additional support.

The pageant, set for Sunday, April 28, focuses on a handful of senior students who carry exemplary “Outlaw qualities,” both in and outside of school. They’re partnered and set off to rehearse, record, and perform different activities that are showcased during the pageant. This year’s contestants include Justin DeSmet, Juhree Kizziar, Timber Bionda, Sienna Jones, Brooke Blakelock, Ted Stolaz, Logan Ryba, Autumn Linville, Bryant Lever, Charlotte Seymour, Blake Parker, Teague Wessel, Dylan Rundle, and Katie Buller. The student coordinators include Jack Turpen, Jordan Velikonia, Holly Davis, and Ella Eby.

The theme of this year’s pageant is “Outlaws on Broadway,” with teams choosing musical themes like “Grease,” “Shrek,” “La La Land,” and “The Greatest Showman.”

So far, the pageant has raised about $6,300, but still aims to gain more donations. The SHS Pageant will take place at Sisters High School on Sunday, April 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. To buy tickets or donate visit


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