Miss OCCHS’ reign to end with crowning of successor

Miss OCCHS’ reign to end with crowning of successor
Miss OCCHS’ reign to end with crowning of successor | Miss OCCHS’ reign to end with crowning of successor

Miss Obion County Central High School Morgan Grisham will crown her successor Saturday when the sophomore class sponsors the annual pageant.
It will be held at 6 p.m. in the school’s gymnasium. The deadline for girls to submit their applications to compete is Wednesday.
Miss Grisham is the daughter of Steve and Penne Grisham of Union City.
A senior, she plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin to study pre-pharmacy. She will then continue her education at pharmacy school in Memphis. The former OCCHS cheerleader enjoys cheerleading, working out, listening to music, shopping and being with friends and family.
Admission is $5, with funds being used by the sophomore class to pay for next year’s prom.
People are also encouraged to vote for “Fan Favorite” by donating money toward their favorite contestants. Fan Favorite is selected according to which young lady makes the most in donations, a spokesman said.

Published in The Messenger 4.16.13

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