The Miss Timberlake Pageant was held at 7 p.m., Sept. 1 in the High School Auditorium.
Jack McCoy, President of the Timberlake Student Council, welcomed guests as the Master of Ceremonies. Kinlee Judd, Student Council Vice president was Mistress of Ceremonies.
The contestants competed in three categories, Interview, Talent, and Evening Gown. The contestants were Brooklyn McDonald and Hayli Watkins.
McDonald performed a vocal solo to “Stay,” by Sugarland, while Watkins performed a tap dance to “Get Rhythm” by Johnny Cash.
Other entertainment was provided by Amiah Ross with the vocal solo, “Alleluja,” and some special entertainment was provided by some senior boys.
Watkins was crowned as the 2021 Miss Timberlake, by Summer Finney, last year’s winner. Watkins received a tiara and a bouquet of roses donated by Cherokee Floral.
Watkins will be competing in the Miss Cinderella Pageant October 7-9 at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
Judges for the afternoon were Paige Fischer, Denise Morris, and KaLynn Roy. Greyson Ioerger was the sound man and Colten Lormand ran the spotlight. Chase Pierce and Conner Griffin were stage hands. Marlee Pecha assisted Debbie Crissup with pageant activities while Kailyn Mattingly assisted the contestants. Natalee Green kept gate for the evening. Jeannessa McCollum, the new FACS teacher, provided food for the judges.
The Miss Timberlake Pageant is sponsored by the Timberlake Student Council.