Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC

by | January 31, 2011 3:02 pm

East Georgia College’s Student Government Association presents the 2011 Miss East Georgia College Scholarship Pageant, “A Mid-Winter Night’s Dream,” on Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011 at 7 p.m. in the Luck Flanders Gambrell Auditorium. All previous Miss East Georgia College Queens are invited, as well as the general public, for an evening showcasing talented EGC students. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under, payable at the door.  

   This year, ten EGC students will compete for the title of Miss East Georgia College. The winner will receive a $500 scholarship and an opportunity to represent the college at various events throughout the year, including the Miss Georgia Pageant, June 15-18, 2011, at the River Center Performing Arts Theatre in Columbus.  

   The Miss Georgia Pageant is a preliminary to the Miss America Pageant. Volunteerism is a very important part of the pageant system and in addition to raising donations for the Children’s Miracle Network, all contestants are required to select a community service platform to advocate.  

   This year’s contestants include:

   Ashley Rebecca Brown from Folkston. She is the 18 year-old daughter of Alan and Becky Brown, and she is a freshman majoring in general studies business. For talent, Ashley will be singing, and her platform is The Importance of Relay for Life.

 Kortni Ellis  from Claxton. She is the 19 year-old daughter of Yolanda Mike and Lamar Barnes, and she is a sophomore majoring in accounting. Kortni will be performing a lyrical dance for her talent, and her platform is Breast Cancer Awareness.
   Rachel Jane Frederick from Kite. She is the 18 year-old daughter of George and Jane Frederick, and she is a freshman majoring in general studies. For talent, Rachel will be performing a monologue, and her platform is PAWS, Pets are Worth Saving.
   Amelia Gorday  from Wrightsville. She is the 19 year-old daughter of Marsha and David Gorday, and she is a sophomore majoring in nursing. For talent, Amelia will be singing, and her platform is Childhood Cancer Awareness.
   Tacinda Lachell Jones from Soperton. She is the 18 year-old daughter of Telisha Jones and Calvin Jones, and she is a freshman majoring in criminal justice. Lachell’s talent will be a vocal performance, and her platform is Runaway Teen Awareness.

Keri Lynn Knight from Uvlada. She is the 18 year-old daughter of Sheryl and Vance Knight, and she is a freshman majoring in general studies. For talent, Keri will be performing a dance routine, and her platform is Volunteering for the Community.
   Morgan Lothridge  from Vidalia. She is the 19 year-old daughter of Chari Lothridge and Mike Lothridge, and she is a freshman with an undeclared major at this time. Morgan will be performing a tap dance for talent, and her platform is Fighting Childhood Obesity.
   Jasmine Mosby  from Claxton. She is the 21 year-old daughter of Troy Mosby, Sr., and Kimberly and Eddie McMichael. A sophomore majoring in nursing, Jasmine will perform a monologue for her talent, and her platform is the Effects of Drinking and Driving.
   Tahirah Pugh  from Atlanta. She is the 18 year-old daughter of Melva Bryant and Joe Pugh, Jr., and she is a freshman majoring in parks, recreation and fitness. Tahirah’s talent will be a vocal performance, and her platform is Childhood Obesity. 
   Falan Bailey  from Swainsboro. She is the 19 year-old daughter of Kelly Thompson and Larry Bailey, and she is a freshman with an undeclared major at this time. Falan will be performing a jazz dance for talent, and her platform is Fighting Animal Cruelty.

  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
  • Ten contestants vie for the title of Miss EGC
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