November 17, 2020 - 4:32 pm - Posted in News

Orange City, Iowa — An Orange City student will get a unique opportunity to represent her community this spring.

Grace Dahl was crowned the 2021 Tulip Festival Queen on Monday, November 16. Dahl will reign over the 80th annual Tulip Festival, set for May 13, 14, and 15, 2021.

A senior at MOC-Floyd Valley High School in Orange City, Dahl is the daughter of Rik and Amy Dahl.

Dahl is joined on the 2021 Tulip Court by court members Elsie Bartels, daughter of Eric and Vanessa Bartels, Laura Beltman, daughter of Daryl and Shirley Beltman, Maci Brenneman, daughter of Patrick and Dana Brenneman, and Lindsey Jacobsma, daughter of Melinda Jacobsma and the late Randy Jacobsma.

Orange City’s 2021 Tulip Court participated in a virtual Tulip Pageant in order to select the 2021 Tulip Festival Queen. Tulip Festival Court members shared their introductions, question segments, and presentations via video that were available for public viewing and voting.

A Queen’s Tea with the court members and three pageant judges was held on Monday, November 16. A special crowning ceremony took place on the evening of November 16 for the Tulip Festival court members and their immediate family members. A livestream was made available on the Tulip Festival website for the crowning event.

Dahl and her court will serve as ambassadors for the Orange City Tulip Festival as they travel in the spring, making several media and public appearances.

Photo caption: Left to right: Lindsey Jacobsma, Maci Brenneman, Grace Dahl, Laura Beltman, Elsie Bartels

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