CHS Beauty Revue 2014

The 65th annual 2014 Conway High School Beauty Revue Pageant will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, at 6:30 p.m. at the James H. Clark Auditorium.

Contestants include Shea Ashby, daughter of John and Leah Ashby; Chloe Brinkley, daughter of Russ and Gena Baker; Amanda Coburn, daughter of Mike and Debra Coburn; Paten Denton, daughter of Craig and Chrissy Denton; Jessica Ferguson, daughter of Mark and Julie Ferguson; Emma Freeman, daughter of Greg and Nita Kay Freeman; Alondra Gonzales, daughter of Raul and Rosario Gonzales; Faith Hendrixson, daughter of Mark and Pam Hendrixson; Abby Hill, daughter of Greg and Lisa Hill; Alexa Hreha, daughter of Dan and Kristi Hreha; Brooke Mobbs, daughter of Steve Mobbs and Myra Weaver; Hailey Oosterloo, daughter of Travis and Gretchen Flagg; Jacklyn Quinit, daughter of the late Ernesto Quinit and Francisca Quinit; Emily Simpson, daughter of Steve and Laura Simpson; Jessica Taylor, daughter of Travis and Sharlette Taylor; Logan Tolliver, daughter of Max Tolliver and Kiann Robinson; Sydney Trickett, daughter of Michael and Amy Trickett; Alexa Vetsch, daughter of Kent and Dione Vetsch; Katie Wells, daughter of Johnnie and Kelli Wells, and Emily Wish, daughter of Kevin and Alison Wish.

The contestants will compete in Casual Wear, Evening Gown and the eight finalists will answer an on-stage interview question.

The pageant will also be broken up into three talent segments. The talent entertainment will be performed by CHS students who have previously auditioned for their spot to perform. Students performing on Saturday evening are as follows: the CHS female choir ensemble “No Boys Allowed,” Gehan Al-Ghassani, Alea Jeremiah, Andrew Fontenot, Jonah Millirons, Karla Montelongo, Alex Velte, and Deshon Rashard Washington, Madelyn Wilhite. Miss UCA 2014, Makenzie Moore will also perform a tap routine.

The CHS Student Congress is sponsoring the event for the first time.

Doors will be open to purchase tickets at 5:30 p.m. Ticket Prices are $7 for Adults, $5 for Students, and $4 for children. Children under 3 may enter at no cost.


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