Last Saturday evening I got my pageant fix! A new Miss Warner Robins and Miss International City were crowned along with Miss Outstanding Teens for both cities. The pageant started at 6:30 p.m. and ended at 11:30 p.m. My husband kept asking, "How long does this last?" I reminded him that I love watching pageants as much as football!
Tess Hammock, a 21-year old student at the University of Georgia, won the title of Miss Warner Robins 2016.
Caroline Burnette, a 19-year old student at Georgia Southern University, won the title of Miss International City.
Grace Thomas, a 16-year old student at Houston County High won the title of Miss Warner Robins' Outstanding Teen.
Mandolyn Howard won the title of Miss International City's Outstanding Teen.
All four young ladies will go on to compete at the Miss Georgia pageant next June.
Hopefully these ladies follow in the footsteps of recent local winners.
Betty Cantrell, Miss Warner Robins 2015, won the title of Miss Georgia and will compete at the Miss America pageant on September 13.
Two years ago, Olivia McMillan won Miss Warner Robins Outstanding Teen and went onto win the Georgia title and then became Miss America's Outstanding Teen!
I cannot wait for the Miss America Pageant on September 13th. I'll be back next week with my favorite contestants!