VANCOUVER — The Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization held its competition on Nov. 13 and awarded more than $30,000 in scholarships and prizes to the candidates. There were 38 participants in the program including 13 candidates, 19 princesses and six ambassadors. The candidates had eight weeks of preparation including mentoring the princesses and ambassadors and a community service project of making blankets for the Humane Society.
The new titleholders are:
- Miss division: Miss Clark County Vanessa Munson; Miss Greater Vancouver Kayla Sousa; first runner-up Kenzie Hammond. They will compete in late June/early July at Miss Washington.
- Teen division: Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen Tia Williams; Miss Greater Vancouver’s Outstanding Teen Maddie Wallingford; first runner-up Hailey Kendall-Bray. They will compete in late spring at Miss Washington’s Outstanding Teen.
Miss Clark County began in 1949. It is a local organization affiliated with Miss America, the largest provider of scholarships to young women in the United States.