Four young ladies to compete for Miss Walker County crown
by Jennifer Cohron
Jan 19, 2014 | 1776 views | 0 0 comments | 111 111 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Four young women will be seeking the Miss Walker County crown this Saturday. The pageant will start at 7 p.m. in Rowland Hall on Bevill State Community College’s Jasper campus.

The current Miss Walker County, Allison Farris, will crown the winner. Miss Walker County 2011, Maegen Moore Anderson, will emcee the pageant.

Sarai Ingle

Ingle, a Nauvoo native and graduate of Lynn High School, earned an associate’s degree at Bevill State Community College and is attending the University of North Alabama.

Her career goal is to obtain a master’s degree in secondary education and teach biology.

Her platform for the pageant is Alzheimer’s awareness. For her talent, she will be singing “How Could I Know” from “The Secret Garden.”

Sarah Neill

Neill is a senior at Dora High School. Her career goal is to get a degree in modeling.

Her platform is raising awareness of obesity among adolescents. Among Neill’s accomplishments are losing over 50 pounds and keeping a healthy lifestyle.

She will be tap dancing to “Movin’ on Up” as her talent Saturday night.

Abby Goodwin

Goodwin is a senior at Oakman High School. Her career goal is to earn a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences.

Goodwin’s platform is therapy pets and the elderly.

Her talent will be a twirling performance to “Fever.”

Jessica Cook

Cook is a graduate of Dayspring Academy High School and is currently pursuing an associate’s degree in business administration at Bevill State Community College.

Her career ambition is to obtain a master’s degree in business administration and pursue a career in broadcast journalism.

Cook’s platform is encouraging the assistance of America’s senior veterans.

For her talent, she will singing and playing the guitar to “Spanish Bay.”