Warner Robins, the International City, has new royalty.
Four winners were crowned at the 2018 Miss Warner Robins and Miss International City pageant held July 22nd at the Homer J. Walker Civic Center in Warner Robins.
Darlyn Davis was crowned Miss Warner Robins. Davis, 20, attends Georgia College and was presented with the Interview Award.
Annie Jorgensen, a 21-year-old who attends the University of Georgia was crowned Miss International City. She is a previous Miss University of Georgia. Jorgensen also won the talent award for her jazz dance performance.
In the Miss Warner Robins Outstanding Teen pageant, the winner was Ceniah Arline, a 15-year-old Northside High School student. Ceniah performed a contemporary dance for her talent.
The newly crowned Miss International City’s Outstanding Teen was 13-year-old Caroline Mason. Caroline, who performed a tap dance for her talent, also won the talent award.
Mayor Randy Toms and Samantha Davis, a former Miss Georgia contestant, served as master and mistress of ceremonies.
The Miss Warner Robins and Miss International City pageants have had unprecedented success on the state and national level in the past five years. Two title holders — Miss Warner Robins Outstanding Teen Olivia McMillan in 2014 and Miss Warner Robins Betty Cantrell in 2015 — went on to win the national titles in the Miss America pageant system.
Last year, Kelsey Hollis went on to win Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen.
This year, Annie Swan, 2017 Miss International City’s Outstanding Teen won Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen and is currently in Orlando, Florida, preparing to compete in the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen pageant on July 29.
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