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November 10, 2023
“I still feel like I’m on cloud nine,” Lyrik Albert from Sweetgrass First Nation said about her recent Miss FSIN win.
SWEETGRASS FIRST NATION — Lyrik Albert, a 15-year-old girl representing Sweetgrass First Nation at FSIN’s annual powwow, was recently crowned Miss FSIN — bringing Albert’s life-long dream to fruition.
The competition, which involved essay writing, giving a speech, dancing, and other elements saw Albert win the most points and was crowned with the royalty title on Oct. 21.
And Albert, though stressed by the process, told the News-Optimist she was happy to win.
“It’s been a dream of mine since I was a little girl. And I believe that it would be every little girl’s dream, to hold a title this huge, so I’m very happy that I pulled through with it,” Albert said.