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Breauna Marcoe raised the most money for a scholarship fund to be awarded to a graduating senior next year. Marcoe, front center, earned the title of Harvest Festival Sweetheart for her participation. Marisa Sunderman, to the left of Marcoe, took third place with her donations and MacKenzie Miller, to the right of Marcoe, was in second place.

Breauna Marcoe is the 2017 Harvest Festival Sweetheart raising the most money for a scholarship fund to be awarded next year to a graduating senior.

Nineteen young woman representing the businesses they work at raised the funds by collecting donations to support their cause. Mason jars were placed at each business representing the candidates.

Marisa Sunderman took third place with her donations and MacKenzie Miller was in second place. For being in the top three Breauna was awarded $100, MacKenzie, $75, and Marisa, $50.

The 19 candidates for Harvest Festival Sweetheart of 2017 and the placement of their collections jars were Marisa Sunderman, Dairy Queen; Alexianna Chappell, Starbucks; Megan Sohl, Caseys (old); Haley Miller, HyVee Gas; Alene Groenjes, Bomgaars; Dawnee Wiles, KFC/Taco Bell; Meghan O’Neill, Gene’s Service Station; Shannon Mckinley, SAC Credit Union; MacKenzie Miller, Subway; Maddy Porter, Caseys (new); Alaina Pogreba, Mom’s Café; Sabrina VanGorp, Steube’s Thriftway; Breauna Marcoe, HyVee; Kyla Alexen, Godfather’s Pizza; Jordyn Graff, Scooters; Grace Roby, Riverhouse; Jolee Graff, Pizza Hutt; Sierra Witherall, No Frills; and Lexie Kuhn, Cass County Bank, (main bank).

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