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Jessica Tedford of Drew, Miss. was crowned the winner of the Miss Mississippi Delta Community College Scholarship Pageant Nov. 10, 2014 at MDCC’s Moorhead, Miss. campus.

Tedford was crowned by outgoing Miss MDCC Hannah Leflore of Greenwood, Miss. Tedford was presented roses by Dr. Edward Rice, vice president of student services, and a title sash by Leflore.

Contestant Taylor Couey of Rosedale, Miss. was named first alternate. Kiviyon Jones of Greenville, Miss. was named second alternate. Nine MDCC students competed in the categories of talent, evening wear, interview, and swimsuit.

The pageant is directed by Ms. Stacy Upton and is sponsored by the college, the MDCC Development Foundation, Inc., and the MDCC Alumni Association. The college provides a tuition scholarship for students returning to MDCC the next academic year. The Alumni and Foundation provide a stipend for wardrobe and fees associated with the Miss Mississippi Pageant.

Miss Mississippi is a scholarship pageant and state preliminary of Miss America. Mississippi Delta Community College holds a local pageant each year as a preliminary to the Miss Mississippi Pageant.

MDCC hosts its 2016 scholarship pageant

  • Wednesday, 04 November 2015 04:24

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Mississippi Delta Community College will hold its 2016 Miss MS Delta Community College Scholarship Pageant, a Miss America Preliminary Pageant, on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. in the Yeats Fine Arts Auditorium on the Moorhead campus.

Ten young ladies are competing for the title this year. An admission of $7 will be taken at the door and $3 for all MDCC students, faculty and staff with their valid school ID.

Pictured are this year’s contestants with the 2015 Miss MS Delta Community College winner Hannah Leflore (middle). From left, Alexis Austin, Greenville; Taylor Couey, Rosedale; Jessica Tedford, Drew; Keyairra Frison, Indianola; Briana Knox, Vicksburg; Hannah Leflore, Miss MS Delta Community College 2015, Greenwood; Kiviyon Jones, Greenville; Jasmine Towers, Pace; Amber McCollum, Cleveland; Shakira Birge, Cleveland; Caroline Bradley, Drew.

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Hannah Leflore of Greenwood, Miss. was crowned the winner of the Miss Mississippi Delta Community College Scholarship Pageant Nov. 11, 2014 at MDCC’s Moorhead, Miss. campus.

Leflore was crowned by outgoing Miss MDCC Kaylan Frye of Leland, Miss. Leflore was presented roses by Dr. Larry Nabors, college president, and a title sash by Dr. Edward Rice, vice president of student services.

Contestant Shannon McKinney of Indianola, Miss. was named first alternate. Keyairra Frison, also of Indianola, was named second alternate. Eleven MDCC students competed in the categories of talent, evening wear, interview, and swimsuit.

The pageant is directed by Ms. Stacy Upton and is sponsored by the college, the MDCC Development Foundation, Inc., and the MDCC Alumni Association. The college provides a tuition scholarship for students returning to MDCC the next academic year. The Alumni and Foundation provide a stipend for wardrobe and fees associated with the Miss Mississippi Pageant.

Miss Mississippi is a scholarship pageant and state preliminary of Miss America. Mississippi Delta Community College holds a local pageant each year as a preliminary to the Miss Mississippi Pageant.