Amanda Covalt, Miss Woodward, walked away with the title of Miss Cinderella in the 62nd annual Miss Cinderella Pageant at Northwestern Oklahoma State University Friday.
Amanda Covalt of Woodward High School was crowned Friday as the 62nd Miss Cinderella at Northwestern Oklahoma State University during a pageant for high school senior women held in conjunction with the university’s homecoming celebration.
The Miss Cinderella Talent Show was on Thursday with interviews taking place Friday morning, ending with the Pageant on Friday.
First runner-up was Kelsey Castle, Miss Timberlake; second runner-up was Ashlee Shryock, Miss Shattuck; the third runner-up award went to Kaci Livingston Miss Seiling; and fourth runner-up was Victoria Kimbrell, Miss Cimarron.
Macy Starks, Miss Cherokee, was voted as Miss Congeniality by her fellow contestants. As the winner of Miss Congeniality she will receive a one-year room waiver.
Amanda Covalt also took home the interview portion of the contest, as well as the talent award. She performed a vocal solo to “Don’t Rain on My Parade.”
Miss Cinderella Amanda Covalt is pictured with the runners-up contestants and the winner of the congeniality award. (From left) Fourth runner-up Victoria Kimbrell, Miss Cimarron; second runner-up Ashlee Shryock, Miss Shattuck; Covalt; first runner-up Kelsey Castle, Miss Timberlake; third runner-up Kaci Livingston, Miss Seiling; and Miss Congeniality winner Macy Starks, Miss Cherokee, are photographed after the crowning of Miss Cinderella 2013.
As Miss Cinderella, Covalt will receive eight semesters of tuition, a one-year room waiver scholarship at Northwestern-Alva, and for winning the interview portion of the contest, she will receive a book scholarship.
All Miss Cinderella contestants are a part of the annual homecoming parade that takes place Saturday at 10 a.m. on the downtown square.
Each contestant who participates in the Miss Cinderella Pageant automatically receives a one-year tuition scholarship for Northwestern-Alva.
The first and second runners-up will receive six and four semesters of tuition, respectively.
Third and fourth runners-up will receive a one-year room waiver in addition to the tuition scholarship each contestant already receives.
Mon, October 28, 2013
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