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10 seeking Miss Kingsport/Miss Sullivan County titles

Submitted by Mary Hamilton • Jul 9, 2018 at 10:30 AM

A new Miss Kingsport and a new Miss Sullivan County will soon be crowned.

The Miss Kingsport/Miss Sullivan County 2019 Scholarship Pageant will be held at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, July 15, at Eastman's Toy F. Reid Employee Center. General admission tickets are $10 each and are available for purchase at the Fun Fest office. Reserved seat tickets are available at Taylor-Hamilton Insurance, located at 708 East Sullivan Street in Kingsport, or by phone at (423) 246-3815.

Corporate sponsors for this year's pageant are Taylor-Hamilton Insurance, Eastman, Jim Williams & Associates Attorneys, Ballad Health and Kingsport Heating and Air.

The contestants are:

* Kortney Bailey, a 19-year-old junior majoring in nursing at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She is the daughter of Shelley and Frank Bailey. She will be performing a tap dance for the talent portion of the program.

* Gracie Blevins, a 17-year-old senior at Dobyns-Bennett High School. She plans to pursue a degree in pre-medicine. She is the daughter of Cathy and the late Ballard Blevins. She will be dancing for the talent portion of the program.

* Alexandra Byers, an 18-year-old freshman studying biomedical-engineering at the University of Tennessee. She is the daughter of Julie and Phil Byers. She will be playing the viola for the talent portion of the program.

* Jenah Cooper, an 18-year-old freshman majoring in digital media at King University. She is the daughter of Jung and Kelly Cooper. She will be tumbling/dancing for the talent portion of the program.

* Camryn Herron, an 18-year-old freshman studying human services at East Tennessee State University. She is the daughter of Brent and Carol Herron. She will be performing a flag routine for the talent portion of the program.

* Madison Noe, a 20-year-old, second-year student at Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy. She is the daughter of Debra Schubert and James Noe. She will be performing a dance routine for the talent portion of the program.

* Savanna Phillips, a 19-year-old junior studying at clinical psychology at East Tennessee State University. She is the daughter of Rhonda and Wes Phillips. She will be playing the flute for the talent portion of the program.

* Tyla Phillips, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in social work at Northeast State Community College. She is the daughter of Amy Manis. She will be reciting a poem for the talent portion of the program.

* Anne Sandelovich, a 22-year-old senior majoring in human services at East Tennessee State University. She is the daughter of Ben and Gina Williams. She will be dancing for the talent portion of the program.

* Kaylie Vaughn, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in Pre-Med: Public Health at East Tennessee State University. She is the daughter of Chris and Christina Vaughn. She will be performing a vocal talent.

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