Olivia Hunter was crowned Miss Sno-Eagle 2021-2022 at the October Sno-Eagles membership meeting.  Olivia is a senior at Northland Pines High School in Eagle River.  

Olivia is a true northwoods girl!  Most of her hobbies are outdoor activities whether it be snowmobiling, ice fishing, fishing, jet skiing, hunting, and deep water fishing for lake trout and salmon on Lake Superior.  While ice fishing she jumps on her snowmobile to be sure she’s the first one to the tip-up!

Her love of snowmobiling began as a child while ice fishing with a neighbor.  They rode together ice fishing, and all the while she was being taught the basics of snowmobiling.  Before long she was riding on her own.  Seeing how much Olivia loved snowmobiling, her neighbor gifted her a snowmobile.  The rest is history.

Olivia hits the trails weekly snowmobiling to various area restaurants for dinner.  She has an adventuresome spirit exploring new areas with her family.

Olivia enjoys helping people in the community and is always available when her neighbors need a hand with something.  On Earth Day she rakes leaves for those folks unable to do so.

She’s also been helping the Sno-Eagles by volunteering at the concessions and by helping with trail brushing.

As Miss Sno-Eagle, Olivia will represent the Sno-Eagles at events throughout 2021-2022 some of which include the World Championship Snowmobile Derby, Badger State Games Torch Ride,  Derby Vintage Weekend, Groom to Ride Raffle, the 4th of July Parade, and membership meetings.

Olivia is featured on the Sno-Eagles 2021-2022 trail map cover.

A $500 scholarship donated by Boat Sport Marine, a $250 scholarship donated by Wild Eagle Lodge, and a $250 scholarship donated by Wild Eagle Corner Store will be awarded upon completion of Miss Sno-Eagle responsibilities.  In addition, Olivia will receive a custom embroidered snowmobile suit donated by Diva Snow Gear.   TJ Gaffney Photography donated the map cover photo shoot.