Miss Cobb County Gets Royal Sendoff

Tuesday night's event in Marietta was a preliminary for the Miss Georgia Pageant.

The reigning Miss Cobb County Stephanie Burkholder and three other young ladies are off to Columbus to compete for the right to continue onto Las Vegas and even greater awards.

Tuesday night, the four talented and attractive representatives of your county had a chance to demonstrate what they would share on the stage in Columbus this weekend and next week.

About 100 well-wishers crowded into the lobby of Jennie T. Anderson Theatre and signed cards, gave gifts and cheered them on as they were presented on stage,  as they will appear before The Miss Georgia judges.

The photo has all of the Cobb County winners, including some little contestants, who hope one day to represent you in a future Miss Georgia and even the Miss America Contest.

Front row -  Left to right
Gracie Smith, Little Miss Cobb County-

Destiny Kluck, Cobb County's Talented Miss
Kaleigh McGary, Miss Georgia Princess
Bailey Wilson, Petite Miss Cobb County
Back Row left to right
Copelyn Jue, Miss North Georgia State Fair's Outstanding Teen 

Stephanie Burkholder, Miss Cobb County 2012
Amelia Hunt, Miss Cobb County's Outstanding Teen
Bailey Thompson, Teen Miss Cobb County
Abby Quarles, Junior Miss Cobb County and Cobb's Talented Teen
Brinkley Doherty, Miss Georgia Princess
Alex Coffee, Miss Southern Heartland's Outstanding Teen


Representing Marietta, Acworth and Kennesaw in Cobb County but coming from Cherokee county, Paulding County  and even Pine Mountain they have all been getting the experience they will need to continue the long road to succes.

If you know any of the young people shown, be sure to contact them and give them your best, encourage them to to do their best.

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