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Queens crowned at Northside High, Northside Middle

Nayah Terry, Miss Northside High School 2016, is crowned by outgoing Miss Northside 2015, Melanie Wood.
Nayah Terry, Miss Northside High School 2016, is crowned by outgoing Miss Northside 2015, Melanie Wood.

The north side of Warner Robins spent some time in the past weeks crowning young women to represent their schools for the upcoming year.

Nayah Terry was crowned Miss Northside High School in the school’s annual pageant Nov. 17 at the school’s Ray Horne Theater.

Terry won several individual awards including the informal wear award and first place in the talent portion of the competition

Sarah Slappey won first runner-up, Ceniah Arline was second runner-up, Kate Kiefer was third runner-up and Rachael Chafin was fourth runner-up.

Other individual awards given out during the Miss Northside High School pageant included the academic award to Melissa Ozkan and the application award to Olivia Duckworth.

The award for the best interview was a tie — both Slappey and Ozkan won first place with perfect scores.

Chafin won third place in the talent portion and Arline won second place in talent. Slappey won chosen as Miss Congeniality.

Emily Wroblewski was crowned Miss Northside Middle School on Dec. 10 in the school’s annual pageant.

Emily is an eight-grader at Northside Middle and is the daughter of Steve and Amy Wroblewski. She is a cheerleader at the school and volunteers at the Humane Society.

Emily is very active in FCCLA at Northside Middle and serves as the chapter’s vice president. Her FCCLA community service project, which was visiting residents at a local nursing home, received Gold at the FCCLA national competition held in San Diego this summer. Emily was also chosen as a 2016 Honorary Junior Board Member by the Houston County Board of Education.

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