Miss Wisconsin USA, Skylar Witte returns to Chippewa Valley

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Miss Wisconsin USA returned to the Chippewa Valley Sunday. Skylar Witte celebrated her honor with family and friends at the Theatre Guild in Eau Claire.

The 19-year old Witte was one of the youngest contestants of the Miss Wisconsin USA pageant in September. Skylar, who competed against 41 other women says she is excited to represent the state and will spend much of her time going to middle schools to talk to kids about pursuing their dreams. Witte, who is currently attending UW-Madison went to Altoona Middle School.

Skylar Witte, says "My main focus is working with middle school students because that's when I started pageantry so I've been going to middle schools talking about following your dreams and how you are going to face that negativity and there's going to be people who tell you can't. But the only person at the end of the day that matters is your and how hard you are willing to work, so that's what I'll be doing with my year."

Skylar will now compete for the national title of Miss USA.



 
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