Platform: Purity as a Possibility
Parents: Patricia & Jeffrey Sarchet
School: Liberal High School
Awards: Non-Finalist - $1,000.00
Political Science & Philosophy/Lawyer
AP Scholar with Honors; Top 2% Class of 2012; National Honor Society; Kansas Scholar Recipient; Gifted Program; Academic Scholarship to Oklahoma City University; Superintendent’s Honor Roll
Cloverleaf Cowboys 4-H Club President (2010) Secretary (2009), Drama Club Vice President(2011), “That” Liberal Band Trumpet Section Leader(2011), 4-H Camp Counselor(2011), County Project Junior Superintendent (Poultry, Beef), Student Council Community Chairperson, Middle School Bible Study Mentor, Youth Praise Band Leader
KMEA State Honor Band, I Rating District Solo Festival (4 years), I Rating State Solo Festival (3 years) KMEA Honor Band Hall of Fame, 5-State Honor Band Hall of Fame, Numerous 4-H Showmanship awards in Beef, Swine, and combined species, American Royal Stock Show Champion Catch-a-calf Showman, Reserve Grand Champion Catch-a-calf steer, Five-State Fair Queen Runner-up, National Thespian Troupe #3024 Member, Performer at California Adventure Land, 2nd Runner-up at AMTC
I am the middle child in a family of three daughters, I can touch my nose with my tongue, and I was named after a perfume bottle.
Sales Associate at Buckle
Why I should be Miss Kansas:
I believe that being a role model to young women and giving back to the community are Miss Kansas’s two most important jobs. I enjoy community service and always strive to set an example in life, love, speech, faith, and purity. I am confident, outgoing, and fearless, three qualities that Miss Kansas must have as she takes on upcoming challenges and works toward becoming Miss America. Purity is also an extremely unique and important platform statement and requires an extremely unique advocate.