Blueberry FestivalLabor Day WeekendSeptember 2-6, 2021Plymouth, Indiana
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2021 Miss Blueberry Festival Scholarship Pageant
June 19, 2021
2021 Theme: "Faith, Family, Farming"

2021 Entry Form, rules and regulations (pdf)

2021 Entry Form

2019 Miss Blueberry Festival Queen

2019 Miss Blueberry, Abigail Powell & her Court
(l-r)2nd Runner-Up, Delanie Grovers; Miss Friendship, Abby Dolan; 1st Runner-Up, Mary Yeo; Queen

Abigail is the 18-year-old daughter of Brandon and Melea Hoffer of Bourbon. She has two younger siblings, Ivy and Mitchell. Abigail is a 2019 graduate of Triton Jr./Sr. High School. Abigail will be attending Purdue University majoring in agriculture.

At Triton Abigail was a member of Triton High School Art Club, Science Club, president of Spirit Club, Helping Hands, Anti-Bullying Club, DECA, Future Business Leaders secretary, president of FFA, DIstrict II FFA president, Triton Senior Leadership Team, Hoosier Girls State treasurer and Triton's Distinguished Young Woman. She participated in cheerleading for football and basketball, and track and field her senior year.

Outside of school Abigail is a 10-year 4-H member, served on the Marshall County Purdue Extension Board and the Farm Bureau Board. She enjoys watching and playing sports with her family, being active at church, all things agricultural, especially livestock. She likes finding new ways of giving back to her community and doing her best to inspire others.

Abigail enjoys the Marshall County Blueberry Festival® parade, both attending and participating in the parade. Abigail's favorite part of the festival is seeing our community come together to showcase and celebrate Marshall County's pride and diversity. And the donuts aren't bad!

2019 Scholarship Winners

The Marshall County Blueberry Festival® is proud to award two different sets of scholarships each year. The first is the annual Blueberry Festival Scholarships. These scholarships are awarded to seniors attending a Marshall County High School and are active in volunteering throughout the county, including the Blueberry Festival. This is the 8th year for the Marshall County Blueberry Scholarships to be awarded and in 2020 the scholarships will be renamed the Dick Johnson Memorial Scholarship. This year winners are Daniel Stauffer, Olyvia Clark and Trent McKenzie from Plymouth High School. Each recipient received a $500 scholarship.

The second set was awarded at the Miss Blueberry Pageant. Abigail Powell, 2019 Miss Blueberry received a $1250 scholarship, 1st Runner-up Mary Yeo received a $750 scholarship and 2nd Runner-up Delany Groves received a $500 scholarship. These scholarships are funded with the proceeds from the "All Things Blueberry" booth located by Information Booth #1 during the festival along with any funds designated for the Scholarship Fund throughout the year.

While you are visiting the festival please stop by the booth, check out all the Blueberry items and help support the annual scholarships totaling $4000.