Two teens win Miss Clark County titles
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Alicia Cooper, a 17-year-old Clark College student, was named Miss Clark County 2013 in a program Saturday in Vancouver. Dayzsha Ab-Rahman, a 14-year-old Heritage High School student, won the title of Miss Clark County's Outstanding Teen 2013.
Cooper, who won the Miss Clark County's Outstanding Teen 2011 title, won a $1,500 scholarship and the chance to participate in the Miss Washington program in July, said Neal Donowitz, president of Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization. Her platform was "Passionately Pink, promoting breast cancer awareness," and her talent was vocal.
Ab-Rahman, whose platform was "Hearts and hands helping the homeless" and whose talent was vocal, won a $500 scholarship and the chance to participate in the Miss Washington's Outstanding Teen program in May.
Miss Clark County is an official preliminary to the Miss Washington and Miss America Programs.