Being Miss Maumee Valley

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Pageant Press: Fifteen to compete Oct. 14 for 2007 Miss Clayland title

The following article was copied from The Times-Reporter.

Fifteen to compete Oct. 14 for 2007 Miss Clayland title

UHRICHSVILLE – The 51st Miss Clayland Scholarship Program will be held Oct. 14 at 7 in Claymont High.

Fifteen contestants will vie for the title of Miss Clayland 2007 and the chance to compete for Miss Ohio in June.

Contestants, their ages, hometowns, schools, talents and platform issues, are as follows:

– Brittany Zion, 20, New Philadelphia, Kent State University, vocal, Share Beauty, Spread Hope, Believe: Fighting for a Breast Cancer Cure.

– Laura Estrada, 21, The Woodlands, Texas, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, vocal, Teenage Driving Safety and Awareness.

– Jillian Dansko, 21, Seven Hills, O., John Carroll University, dance, Artistic Involvement for the Disabled.

– Rose Kovach, 19, Steubenville, Seton Hill University, vocal, A Global Future: Increasing Foreign Language Studies Among Youth.

– Brianna Savoca, 18, North Royalton, Ohio University, vocal, The Importance of Reading to Our Youth.

– Katie Camp, 19, Newark, Wright State University, dance, Mentoring Through the Arts.

– Allison Bencar, 21, Concord, O., Cleveland State University, vocal, Supporting Breast Cancer Patients and their Families.

– Allie Krucek, 21, North Canton, University of Toledo, dance, Serving Children with Disabilities.

– Brandi Herceg, 17, Steubenville, Franciscan University, dance, Healthy Hearts are Happy Hearts.

– Amanda Hahn, 19, Bellbrook, Kent State University, vocal, Promoting Self Confidence in Teens.

– Amy Allen, 22, Akron, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, vocal, Urban Renewal Through Habitat for Humanity.

– Ashley Hartman, 18, Canton, The University of Akron, dance, “Don’t Believe the Hype!” – The Importance of Internet Safety.

– Karissa Martin, 18, Woodsfield, West Liberty State College, vocal, Skin Cancer Awareness for a Second Generation.

– Lauren Hogan, 21, Napoleon, Bowling Green State University, vocal, Risky Business: High Risk Behaviors in Today’s Youth.

– Kara Neike, 20, Pickerington, Wittenberg University, dance, Girl Talk: Girls Inspiring Girls.

Master of ceremonies is Chad Roberts, music instructor at New Philadelphia Schools. Kasey Wilson, Miss Clayland 2007 and Miss Ohio Preliminary Talent Award Winner will perform. The Schoenbrunn Valley Barbershop Chorus will be the featured entertainment.

The 15 young women will compete in interview, talent, eveningwear and swimsuit categories for more than $4,700 in scholarships.

Advance sale tickets are available at Twin City Pharmacy at Dennison for $8. Tickets also will be available at the door.

For more information contact Martha Campbell at (740) 922-1644 or


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