The Little Theater was the setting for the annual Miss MCHS Pageant, held on February 9. Sponsored by FBLA, the event was opened with a welcome by Chaseton Whitten. Whitten introduced the emcees for the evening, Mr. & Miss MCHS, Logan Roberts and Alexa Morrison. View all the photos here.

Seven contestants were vying for the Princess crown, including Jayden Austin, Callie Beth Barkley, Breanna Howard, Makayla King, Chloe Newcomb, Lauren Phegley, and Khyla Wade-Warren. The Princess division is open to freshmen and sophomores. The young ladies entered the stage as a group, then returned for their individual introductions. After some deliberation, and entertainment provided by Abi Melton, the judges returned with a decision. Selected as Princess was sophomore Jayden Austin. 1st Alternate was freshman Lauren Phegley, and 2nd Alternate was freshman Khyla Wade-Warren.

After a brief intermission, five young ladies sought the title of Queen, including Katie Allen, Amelia Lamberth, Taylor Parmely, Macey Scott, and Sophie Whitaker. Following a group parade and individual introductions, the judges left to deliberate. Ana Grace Ashe provided entertainment during the break. Selected as Queen was junior Katie Allen. 1st Alternate was senior Amelia Lamberth, and 2nd Alternate was senior Taylor Parmely.

FBLA sponsor Lisa Chandler would especially like to thank those businesses who donated items for the evening: Tammy Howell @ Floral Connection, Alice Hawkins @ Hawk & Company, Teresa Tennyson @ Just Tux, and Margaret Henry @ Henry Allen Formals. Ferns were provided by Julie Sweat.

 

The 2016 Miss MCHS Pageant was held on Thursday, February 4. Sponsored by Future Business Leaders of America, the evening had 17 young ladies vying for a crown. FBLA President Edgard Macias opened the evening by welcoming those in attendance, and introducing Mr. MCHS, Grant Goodman, and Miss MCHS, Abbie Sweat, as emcees. Both Edgard and Grant wore tuxedos provided by Alica Hawkins of Hawk and Company.

In the Princess division, ladies must be 16 or younger, with nine students competing in this division. Winning title of Princess was sophomore Katie Allen. 1st Runner-up was Jayden Austin, and 2nd Runner-up was Breanna Howard.

In the Queen division, ten young ladies were competing for the crown. Chosen as Queen was junior Ansley Craig. 1st Runner-up was junior Taylor Parmely, and 2nd Runner-up was senior Rachel Smith.

Mrs. Chandler and the students of FBLA want to thank everyone who participated or attended the event, as this raised funds for their state competition.