Written by Michelle Davis, Miss Wakulla County Pageant Committee Tuesday, 01 May 2012 10:43
Sloan Barwick was crowned the 2012 Miss Wakulla County on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the Wakulla High School Auditorium.She competed against 12 other young ladies in the areas of scholastic and community achievement, personal interview, personal style, on-stage question, evening gown and finalist question. Emily McCullers was 1st runner-up, Kelsey Cook was 2nd runner-up, Ashley Roberts was 3rd runner-up, and Ashleigh Crum was 4th runner-up.
The winners of the special awards were: Scholastic and Community Achievement Award – Emily McCullers; Best Interview – Sloan Barwick; Most Photogenic – Logan Kelley; and Ramsey Lynn was voted by the other contestants as Miss Congeniality. The remaining contestants included Rami McIver, Colbi King, Nikki Christian, Keyna Brown, Savanah Hamilton, and Faith Daw.
Emily Weller was crowned the 2012 Tiny Miss Wakulla. Laina Seal was 1st runner-up, Mckenzie Anderson was 2nd runner-up, Emma Hallaian was 3rd runner-up, and Milan Jefferson was 4th runner-up. The remaining contestants included Dakota Baggett, Aryana Berardi, Laelah Carranza, Sadie Donaway, Vanessa Rakes-Elderkin, Taylor Fringer, Lydia Harper, Reese Harvey, Ryvers Jones, Audrey McKenzie, Sarah Osborne, Mary Jean Ostberg, Kailyn Radabaugh, Hailey Risoldi, Alli Ryan, Baylee Taff, Makenna Trumbull, and Mariah Wireman.
Breana Barnes was crowned the 2012 Little Miss Wakulla. Kylie Smith was 1st runner-up, Helen Putnam-Porter was 2nd runner-up, Gabriella Jacobs was 3rd runner-up, and Cameron Nichols was 4th runner-up. The remaining contestants included Lindsey Bryan, Aaliyah Cole, Selina Crosby, Sheyenne Finch, Camryn Grimes, Sabrina Hutton, Trista Mock, Britton Nichols, Taylor Screws, and Malory Slayton.
Emily Thomas was crowned the 2012 Young Miss Wakulla. Caroline Barwick was 1st runner-up, Jessica Everheart was 2nd runner-up, Hannah Bryan was 3rd runner-up, and Mackenzie Crockett was 4th runner-up. The remaining contestants included Grace Allen, Grace Andrews, Starlynn Barnes, Lacie Blackburn, Alyssa Blanken, Anna Garbarino, Madison Howard, Caroline Johnson, Nevaeh Lovsey, Jordyn Millender, Kyah Morse, Demie Rae Pascaul, Charley Sanders, Jayla Sickles, Shelby Smith, Jenna Strickland, Angel Thompson, Sara Wallace, and Hailey Ward.
Taylor Clark was crowned the 2012 Jr. Miss Wakulla. Mikayla Hay was 1st runner-up, Alyssa McIver was 2nd runner-up, Crystal Grimes was 3rd runner-up, and Cassie Doyle was 4th runner-up. The remaining contestants included Danna Richardson, Stephanie Ball, Jazmine Fields, Lauren Hatch, Kayla Rudd, Nikki Barnes, Amanda Hope, Bethany Bull, Abbi McFalls, and Mackenzie Kleinpeter.
Karolyn Lewis and Lewis Pollard did an excellent job as the mistress and master of ceremonies. Kimberly Franklin wowed us with her vocal talent, and the dancers from Studio 88 Dance Productions shared their poise and grace.
WEC’s Blessings in a Backpack Team provided the concessions this year. Blessings in a Backpack is a unique program that is designed to feed students who are at risk of having little or no food on the weekends. Eighty dollars sends one child home with a backpack full of food each weekend for an entire 38 week school year. The pageant committee appreciates the opportunity to work with such a program.
Special thanks to our sponsors as well as in-kind donations from the following businesses: Dazzles Hair Studio, Libby McFalls Photography, Nicole’s 31 Gifts, Skin Therapy of North Florida, Synovus Mortgage, Wakulla Chamber of Commerce, and Whaley Photography.
Committee Members include: Co-Chairs Michelle Davis and Tara Kieser, Brooke Brown, Suzanne Camp, Molly Clore, Kimberly Crum, Pamela Davis, Candace Hicks, Amber McIver, Janie Register, Nicole Singleton and Vickie Whaley.
We enjoyed working with this great group of young ladies and seeing what the future of Wakulla County holds. We would like to thank our families and Wakulla County for their support in making the pageant a success.
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