Cheyanne Warren, Miss Sno-Eagle 2020-2021, represented the Sno-Eagles at the AWSC Miss Snowflake Pageant at the AWSC Fall Workshop on October 22-23, 2021.

Each year, at the AWSC Workshop, a Miss Snowflake Queen is selected to represent the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) at various events throughout the state during her one-year reign.  The pageant is for young women between the ages of 16 and 21.  Miss Snowflake receives a $1,500 scholarship to help further her education at the end of her reign.

Participating in the competition is not required of Miss Sno-Eagle. However, Cheyanne’s passion for snowmobiling was the driving force behind her decision to participate.

The Miss Snowflake Pageant is not a beauty contest. The Queen is selected for her knowledge and enthusiasm about snowmobiling as well as her ability to communicate information about our sport.

Throughout her reign as Miss Sno-Eagle, Cheyanne has gone above and beyond – participating in most all Sno-Eagle events over the past year.

Throughout her reign, Cheyanne represented the Sno-Eagles with confidence and enthusiasm and has served as a positive role model for young snowmobilers.

The competition at the pageant is rigorous, and we are disappointed another candidate was selected.  We are proud of Cheyanne and her representation of the Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club during her reign as Miss Sno-Eagle.  She’s done an outstanding job!

Thank you, Cheyanne!