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Whittany Evans, Miss Blue Ridge Foothills, made appearances at schools.
Evans spoke at a third grade class and helped out at a Cake Walk at Mauldin Mania.
Caroline Cavendish, Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Teen, has an admirer at a fundraising event at Moe’s restaurant in Greer.
Ashlynn Storms, Miss Carolina Foothills Teen, and Ella Kate Brannon, Miss SC Princess for Caroline Cavendish, also attended.
Riley Michele Varner, 15, will be competing in the Little Miss South Carolina pageant in June in Hartsville.
Varner, a native of Greer, is the daughter of Dana Jordan, Greer Idol 2011, and Cris Varner.
Amanda Bishop, Miss Wade Hampton, returned to where she went to school Saturday morning at Riverside Middle School.
Bishop walked with hundreds of students, alumni and parents in the iMove 5k Run/Walk. Bishop graduated from Riverside High School and is a junior at the University of South Carolina.
Whittany Evans, Miss Blue Ridge Foothills, visited Mauldin Elementary School to read to a class.
Whittany will compete in the Miss South Carolina pageant in July in Columbia.
The Blue Ridge Foothills, Wade Hampton Taylors and Carolina Foothills girls had fun raising money at Zaxby's in Greer.
Visit the greater Greer area pageant news page for more stories and photos.
The inaugural Reach for the Stars Pageant, benefitting Make-A-Wish South Carolina, will be Saturday, April 20 from 3-5 p.m. at McAlister Square in Greenville.
Call Beth Taylor at 864-238-3872 or Jodi Panagakos at 864-386-1284 for information on divisions and registration.
Miss Greater Greer Lanie Hudson appeared on “Your Carolina” Monday to promote her platform of organ, eye and tissue donation. Donate Life/Lifepoint Volunteer Rick Hahnenberg joined Media Relations Coordinator Mark Johnson to discuss the organization.
Hudson, from Spartanburg, is the second Miss Greater Greer pageant representative in the past three years whose father played football at Clemson University. Her father, Alex Hudson, Jr., played on the 1981 National Championship team.
Kaylee Henderson, a senior, is the winner of the Miss Blue Ridge Relay for Life Pageant held last week in the school auditorium.
Bailee Seppala, freshman, is first runnerup, Keri McKittrick, junior, is second runnerup and Kennedy Crump, junior, third runnerup.
A Miss & Master Pageant will be held Sunday, April 28 at 3 p.m. at the Greer City Park Amphitheatre. The Southern Dance Connection is sponsoring the event that is open to all children 2-years-old through high school.
The event is a fundraiser for Relay for Life. Call 864-849-9041 for contest application or information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lanie Hudson was crowned 2013 Miss Greater Greer and Taylor Ross the Miss Greater Greer Teen tonight at Greer High School.
The 2013 Miss Greater Greer and Miss Greater Greer Teen will be crowned Saturday night.
The pageant will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. at Greer High School. Admission is $12. The contestants photos and bios are here.
Taylor Ross, the newly crowned Miss Greer High School, will try for a double coronation in one month as she is among seven girls vying for the 2013 Miss Greater Greer Teen title.
Sydney Sill, 2012 Miss South Carolina Teen, will relinquish her title.
The 2013 Miss Greater Greer pageant is scheduled Saturday at 7 p.m. at Greer High School.
Six contestants are vying to gain the crown vacated by 2012 Miss Greer Lauren Cabaniss when she competed in a Miss USA pageant. Cabaniss was first runnerup to last year’s Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers.
Admission is $12.
Spartanburg Methodist College will host its annual Miss SMC Pageant on Saturday, Feb. 9. Miss SMC 2010 and former Miss Spartanburg Teen, Jerica Lemon will host the pageant.
The winner of the pageant will compete in the Miss South Carolina pageant in July. Miss SMC 2012, Nacolle Williamson, will crown the new winner.
“We are excited to be a part of the Miss South Carolina and Miss America Scholarship organizations and support the four points of the crown: service, scholarship, success, and style,” said Kim Day Caton, SMC Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development.
The Miss Greer High School pageant will celebrate 15 years of pageantry on Friday, Feb. 8 and Saturday, Feb. 9 with the crowning of a new Miss Greer High School.
This year’s theme is “Block Party” and will feature all of its past titleholders along with the 16 young ladies vying for this year’s title.
Three beauty queens were crowned Miss Teen for their respective pageants at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center on Jan. 19.
They will compete in the Miss South Carolina Teen contest in the summer.
The Miss Spartanburg Methodist College Pageant is scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. at Gibbs Auditorium on the Wofford College Campus.
It’s the second year of the pageant that is affiliated with the Miss South Carolina organization. The winner will advance to the Miss South Carolina pageant this summer.
Individual and business sponsorships are available from $15 - $100. Contact Kim Day Caton at 864-587-4006.
This year’s contestants and home towns are:
Miss South Carolina, Ali Rogers of Laurens, came as close as you can get to winning the Miss America title by being named first runner-up Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Rogers, who was reported to be a favorite in the competition, won the first round in the Lifestyle and Fitness category Wednesday after modeling a white swimsuit.