Miss Cherokee Rose wins second Miss Georgia preliminary

lfabian@macon.comJune 20, 2014 

Miss Cherokee Rose, Patricia Lin Ford.


Contestants for the Miss Georgia and Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen pageants are entering into their third and final day of preliminary competition before winners are crowned Saturday in Columbus.

Maggie Bridges, Miss Capital City, won the lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit category Thursday night in the Miss Georgia competition at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts.

Miss Cherokee Rose, Patricia Lin Ford, won talent Thursday. After winning the fitness in swimsuit category Wednesday, Ford is now favored to do well in Saturday’s final competition.

In the teen lifestyle and fitness competition, Miss Greater Columbus Outstanding Teen, Anna Maley, and Miss Troup County Outstanding Teen, Lizzy Stanford were named preliminary winners. Miss Gwinnett County Outstanding Teen, Ansley Hawkins and Miss Starr’s Mill Outstanding Teen, Abigail Feltner won the talent category.

Saturday’s winners will represent Georgia at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City on September 14th and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen in Orlando on August 2nd.

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