NORFOLK, Neb. -- A pair of Nebraskans were crowned pageant-winners on Saturday in Norfolk.

On Saturday night, the Miss Nebraska Volunteer and Miss Nebraska Teen Volunteer winners were awarded during a ceremony at the Johnny Carson Theatre.

Aubrey Grasz, of Elkhorn, won the Miss Nebraska Teen Volunteer crown, while Carleigh Tietz, a Norfolk student from Lutheran High Northeast, won the Miss Nebraska Volunteer title. A national competition will now follow for both competitors.

Phil Kimmi, a radio host from Kansas City, and Sandy Wolfe, the current president of the Norfolk Public Schools Board of Education, served as co-hosts of the event.

The pageant also included musical acts, dancers and other live performances, 

The pageant is a statewide, service-oriented scholarship program based in Norfolk. The Nebraska program seeks to empower young women across the state through educational scholarships and extraordinary opportunities, organizers said.

The Nebraska event is supported by several local volunteers and sponsors.