Senior Lindsay Schuh Crowned Miss Door County


With the goal of implementing kindness into Door County communities, Senior Lindsay Schuh has been crowned Miss Door County 2023-2024.

Schuh, who has been competing in the Miss Door County Outstanding Teen competition for the past three years and in the Miss competition for the first time this year, is proud to say that her hard work has paid off.

“It feels so surreal,” Schuh said. “I have been waiting for this moment for a while now and have worked so hard to get here. My family helped me get to this point. They never stopped believing in me and came back year after year to watch me. I want to thank Gracen and Ashton Spritka, along with Susan Fochs. They constantly prepared me and always encouraged me.”

Schuh’s impact this year is “Kindness Saves: Implementing kindness in our communities.”

“I created this impact because my cousin has Treacher Collins syndrome, a rare genetic disorder,” Schuh explained. “I want kids to know what kindness is so she never has to experience the pain of bullying. I also believe there is not much kindness these days.”

Schuh will travel to different elementary classrooms across the county to inspire others and talk about how kids can show kindness in their everyday lives.

Along with spreading kindness, Lindsay is excited about many other duties that come with wearing the crown.

“I am most looking forward to interacting with all different people from Door County during my year of service and meeting others that are part of this organization.”

On top of serving Door County, Schuh is now eligible to compete in the Miss Wisconsin Pageant in Oshkosh in June.