Fifteen High School Seniors Vie for Junior Miss Title Fifteen local high school seniors will vie for more than $7,000 in college scholarships as they participate in the thirty-fourth Woodford County Junior Miss program August 22. The young women will be evaluated on scholarship, fitness, self-expression, talent and a judge’s interview. Scholarship money will be awarded to the Junior Miss winner, runners-up and individual winners in each of the areas of evaluation. In addition, the winner will represent Woodford County in the statewide competition in January. Last year’s Woodford County Junior Miss, Kazia Parsons, placed in the Top 10 in the statewide program. The Kentucky winner, Michelle Rodgers of Winchester, was named America’s Junior Miss in June. Participants in the 2009 Woodford County Junior Miss program are Amber Tincher, Ashley George, Kayla Hartley, Kayla Kittinger, Carly Cambron, Megan McGowan, Tonya Tingle, Chloe DePriest, Ellen Davis, Rachel Howard, Lauren Logan, Anna Doyle, Lyndsey Vance, Karah McDaniel and Kristen Parker. The program will be at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, August 22 at Falling Springs Theatre, Beasley Road. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children. Tickets are available at Pretty in Pink, North Main Street. Volunteers Needed at State Fair The Woodford County Tourist Commission is seeking volunteers to staff the Woodford County tourism booth from August 20 through 30 at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville. Volunteers will share information about the community and will be provided an admission ticket to the fair. Volunteer shifts average five hours. Call (859) 873-5122.
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