Queens prep for state pageant


The Sampson County Board of Commissioners recently recognized the achievements of two young Sampson County women, including Miss Spivey’s Corner Karen Stallings, front left, and Miss Spivey’s Corner Outstanding Teen Mackie Brown. They will be competing in the Miss North Carolina and Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen pageants on June 24. The two Spivey’s Corner pageant winners will spend next week in Raleigh in preparation for the state-level pageant. Stallings’ platform is Project RISE (Ready to Improve Self-Esteem), which aims to empower those facing negative self-image, while Brown’s platform ‘Turn Up The STEAM’ encourages students along paths that include Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math.


The Sampson County Board of Commissioners recently recognized the achievements of two young Sampson County women, including Miss Spivey’s Corner Karen Stallings, front left, and Miss Spivey’s Corner Outstanding Teen Mackie Brown. They will be competing in the Miss North Carolina and Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen pageants on June 24. The two Spivey’s Corner pageant winners will spend next week in Raleigh in preparation for the state-level pageant. Stallings’ platform is Project RISE (Ready to Improve Self-Esteem), which aims to empower those facing negative self-image, while Brown’s platform ‘Turn Up The STEAM’ encourages students along paths that include Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math.

The Sampson County Board of Commissioners recently recognized the achievements of two young Sampson County women, including Miss Spivey’s Corner Karen Stallings, front left, and Miss Spivey’s Corner Outstanding Teen Mackie Brown. They will be competing in the Miss North Carolina and Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen pageants on June 24. The two Spivey’s Corner pageant winners will spend next week in Raleigh in preparation for the state-level pageant. Stallings’ platform is Project RISE (Ready to Improve Self-Esteem), which aims to empower those facing negative self-image, while Brown’s platform ‘Turn Up The STEAM’ encourages students along paths that include Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_queens.jpgThe Sampson County Board of Commissioners recently recognized the achievements of two young Sampson County women, including Miss Spivey’s Corner Karen Stallings, front left, and Miss Spivey’s Corner Outstanding Teen Mackie Brown. They will be competing in the Miss North Carolina and Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen pageants on June 24. The two Spivey’s Corner pageant winners will spend next week in Raleigh in preparation for the state-level pageant. Stallings’ platform is Project RISE (Ready to Improve Self-Esteem), which aims to empower those facing negative self-image, while Brown’s platform ‘Turn Up The STEAM’ encourages students along paths that include Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math.
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