LeBrun and Moore Named Junior Miss
January 9, 2006
$8,500 in scholarships awarded at the 2007
Milledgeville-Baldwin’s Junior Miss competition
Twenty-two teenage girls from Milledgeville-Baldwin County competed for a share of $8,500 in college scholarships Saturday evening, January 7, and Sunday afternoon, January 8, at Russell Auditorium on the campus of Georgia College & State University. Ashley Moore of Georgia Military College Prep was awarded the title of Milledgeville’s Junior Miss 2007 and $1,500 in cash scholarships sponsored by Serenity Wellness Spa & Salon. Jamie Lynn LeBrun of Georgia Military College Prep was awarded the title of Baldwin’s Junior Miss 2007 and $1,500 in cash scholarships sponsored by Rheem. Both young women will represent Milledgeville-Baldwin County at Georgia’s Junior Miss scholarship program this summer. Milledgeville’s Junior Miss and Baldwin’s Junior Miss also receive a 12-month spa package provided by Serenity Wellness Spa & Salon, a 1-year gym membership provided by Fitness Plus and a 1-year newspaper subscription provided by The Union-Recorder. Overall award winners received flower bouquets provided by Lawrence Flower Shop, and all award winners received a silver award provided by JC Grant Company Jewelers.
In addition to winning the title of Milledgeville’s Junior Miss, Moore won a $250 Fitness scholarship award sponsored by Captain D’s of Milledgeville as well as a $250 Self-Expression scholarship award sponsored by AnBurg’s. Ashley Moore is a varsity football cheerleader at GMC and is a member of the Honor Council. Moore hopes to attend Emory University and pursue a career as a Plastic Surgeon.
And in addition to winning the title of Baldwin’s Junior Miss, LeBrun won a $250 Fitness scholarship award sponsored by Light Force Family Chiropractic, a $250 preliminary Talent scholarship award sponsored by Studio One School of Dance as well as the $500 Spirit of Junior Miss scholarship award sponsored by The Brick. Jamie Lynn LeBrun is the daughter of Jim and Melissa LeBrun of Milledgeville. A varsity football and competition cheerleader, LeBrun is also a member of the Magnolia State Bank Junior Board of Directors. Upon high school graduation, LeBrun plans to attend the University of Georgia and pursue a career in Fashion Marketing.
Three additional Georgia Military College prep students will compete in Georgia’s Junior Miss scholarship program this summer: Kaylin Paschal, Putnam County Junior Miss, Jameia Huff, Hancock County Junior Miss, and Torre Curry, Sandersville Junior Miss.
Pictured, left to right, Ashley Moore and Jamie Lynn LeBrun.
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