A seventeen-year-old who attends the Winona Lake, Ind., Grace Brethren Church (Bruce Barlow, lead pastor), was crowned Miss Kosciusko on Saturday night. Naevenya Moore is the daughter of Steve and Princene Moore and entered the pageant for the first time because of the scholarship opportunities. She will represent the region in the Miss Indiana pageant in June. A portion of the story from InkFreeNews appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Moore And Leininger Crowned At Miss Kosciusko County Pageant
Wearing the new crowns of Miss Kosciusko and Miss Outstanding Teen were Naevenya Moore and Jordyn Leininger evening on Saturday Feb. 16. Both were ecstatic, as were other pageant contestants, to be crowned.
Moore, a 17-year-old from Warsaw Community High School, held the stage with her elegantly composed answers during the question category. Moore’s social impact statement was fighting cultural intolerance.
“This was actually my first pageant,” shared Moore when others complimented her. Along with a $750 scholarship, Moore will receive an additional $250 toward her state competition dress.
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