Harmony Tissidimit, new Miss Indian Blackfoot High School Queen.
By LACEY WHELAN
BLACKFOOT — Harmony Tissadimit is the newly crowned Miss Indian Blackfoot High School Queen 2019-2020.
In preparation for the title, the contestants had to submit an essay, set up a cultural display table, participate in a dance competition, and also answer impromptu and interview questions.
Tissadimit is the daughter of Carmen Mejia and Toby Tissidimit. She currently is a junior at Blackfoot High School and she is 16 years old.
Tissadimit said she felt so honored to be selected for the Miss Indian Blackfoot High School. She would like to thank her grandma Nona Yabeney, her mom Carmen Mejia, her aunties Raelynn Appenay and Angela Mejia, her sisters Naivi Yabeney and Tanya Wadsworth. She would also like to thank the Running Eagle family and the Martin family.
There were two contestants running for the title of Miss Indian Blackfoot High School queen. The first attendant is Claire Edmo. Edmo will be a junior and Tissadimit will be a senior at Blackfoot High School in the fall semester.
First attendant Claire Edmo.