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Miss NGU 2017 to be Crowned

 

On Friday, January 20, ten young ladies will compete for the title of Miss North Greenville University 2017. 

The pageant will be held in Turner Chapel on the NGU campus at 7:00 p.m.  

Each contestant will compete in private interview, physical fitness, talent, evening gown, and on-stage question.  The Miss North Greenville University Pageant is a local preliminary for the Miss South Carolina Pageant.

Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are available at the door. NGU students will be admitted free. 

 

 

 

 

Contestants competing for the 2017 crown are:

 

Tysonna Hutchinson

 

Celina Schwartz

 

Emily Hamberg

 

Ansley Brock

 

Sommer Cagle

 

Ashley Campbell

 

Valerie Bostick

 

Rachel Huber

 

Rebecca Pack

 

Kaitlyn Shumate

 

 

 

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