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Forestry pagaent winners prepare for state
Long County's delegation - photo by Photo provided.
Twelve area young ladies will compete at Miss Georgia Forestry State Pageant on June 8-9 and 15-16.
Representing Liberty County in Tifton at the Miss Georgia Forestry State Pageant on June 8-9, in the Teeny Miss Division, Samantha Smith, daughter of Chet and Petra Smith; Tiny Miss Delany Wells, daughter of Bobby and Lisa Wells; Little Miss Katilyn Bell, daughter of David and Dusty Bell; and Junior Miss Amanda Kent, daughter of Billy and Lynette Middleton.
Representing Long County at state in the Miss Teeny Division, Madison Dyal, daughter of Mindy Reddish and Clint Dyal; Tiny Miss Deanna West, daughter of Jennifer and Preston West; Little Miss Rachel Smith, daughter of Brenda and Michael Smith; and Junior Miss Zena Lewallen.
On June 15-16 at the Teen Miss and Miss Divisions; representing Liberty in the Teen Miss Division, will be Robin Glandon, daughter of Jon and Theresa Glandon; in the Miss Division, Leslie Zechman, daughter of Paul and Marleen Zechman. Competing for Long County in the Teen Miss Division will be Amy Baker, daughter of Theresa and David Baker; and in the Miss division, Samantha Sikes, daughter of Gil and Kim Sikes.
The girls won their divisions at the local level in March. The Teeny through Miss Divisions compete in beauty which include poise, personality, overall appearance and stage presentation while Teen Miss and Miss Division contestants compete in platform, speech, interview and beauty.
Returning to crown others at state from Liberty County will be Calyne Phung, who won the Tiny Miss State Forestry Title in 2006.
Also winning on the local level but not competing at state, Baby Miss Liberty County Forestry Kayden Pearson and Baby Miss Long County Forestry Rebecca Clark.
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