Miss Wisconsin USA to Participate in Greenfield's Homecoming
Chrissy Zamora, a Greenfield High School graduate, will be in the homecoming parade and flip the coin before the varsity football game Friday.
Chrissy Zamora, the recently crowned Miss Wisconsin USA and 2005 Greenfield High School graduate, will participate in school's homecoming parade Friday and has been asked to do the coin flip at the start of the high school’s game against Brown Deer.
"This weekend is going to be so much fun," Zamora said on her Miss Wisconsin USA Facebook page.
Zamora, of Milwaukee, was crowned Miss Wisconsin USA 2013 on Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Fond du Lac Performing Arts Center. Her first appearance as Miss Wisconsin was at the 40th Annual Warrens Cranberry Festival on Sunday where she and Miss Wisconsin Teen USA Kate Redeker of Sheboygan participated in the parade and handed out some of the awards to parade entrants.
As Miss Wisconsin USA, Zamora will receive thousands of dollars in college scholarships, prizes and awards. She will also have the opportunity to forge relationships and alliances with charitable organizations throughout her state as a representative for young women.
Zamora will advance and compete next year at the Miss USA national pageant live on NBC Television. If she wins, she will compete for the coveted title of Miss Universe 2013.
Zamora's addition to the homecoming festivities adds to an already exciting weekend at Greenfield High School. There will be powder puff football games from 1:10 to 3:40 p.m. and a tailgate party from 3:40-5:30 p.m. before the parade.
Greenfield Patch detailed the parade and football game in a story Wednesday.
In addition, there will be a fireworks display following the Greenfield-Brown Deer game, weather permitting.