By Dan Rudy 

Queen candidates announced for Fourth festivities


Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

At the Chamber of Commerce dinner on April 22, Kyla Teat and Alex Angerman pose together before their friendly competition begins to be crowned Wrangell's Fourth of July Queen.

Preparations for this year's Fourth of July festivities kicks off May 31 with the annual Royalty Court contest. The Wrangell Chamber of Commerce will host a gathering at the Stikine Inn, introducing queen candidates Kyla Teat and Alex Angerman.

Money raised from the event gets split between candidates and the Chamber, with the latter going to fund activities and

displays for the annual Independence Day celebrations. Last year's contest raised $80,398.

In order to better know both students, The Sentinel put to them several questions about their background and motivations, which are featured...

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