Wednesday, January 29, 2014
The Miss North Charleston/Miss Summerville Scholarship Pageant committee crowned a Miss and two Teen titleholders at its annual scholarship pageant on Jan. 11 at Fort Dorchester High School.
Miss Summerville 2014 is Shelby Dangerfield, a student at Coastal Carolina University.
Her platform is “H.O.P.E. - Helping Other People Excel,” and she performed a vocal selection displaying numerous vocal styles for her talent selection.
Dangerfield also received the People’s Choice and Talent awards for the Miss division.
Miss Summerville Teen 2014 is Morgan Elvis. Her platform is “You Define Beauty, You Define You” and she performed a soprano aria from Puccini’s opera Gianni Schicchi for her talent selection.
Miss North Charleston Teen 2014 is Christen Norman. Norman’s platform is Preventing Breast Cancer by Influencing Lifestyle Decisions, and she performed a contemporary comedic vocal for her talent selection.
Norman also received the People’s Choice, Evening Wear, and Talent awards for the Teen division.
The 2014 titleholders will be supporting their platforms, volunteering their time at numerous events, and assisting various community organizations during their year of service.
To schedule any of the titleholders or for more information, contact MissNChasSvilleOrg@gmail.com.
Each titleholder will compete at the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants in Columbia this June.
The winners of the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants will compete at Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen.
The Miss America Organization is the nation’s largest scholarship provider for young women.
Miss North Charleston 2014 will be selected on Feb. 15 at Sterett Hall.
The winner of that preliminary will join the aforementioned during their year of service to the community.
For more information on the Miss North Charleston event, or for an application, visit www.missncharlestonsummervillepageant.org.
The pageant is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run organization that promotes service, style, scholarship and success in young women in the Lowcountry while also providing financial assistance for higher education.
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