Crowning achievement: 8 girls crowned at Little Miss Cobb pageant
by MDJ staff
February 11, 2014 12:00 AM | 2625 views | 0 0 comments | 26 26 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The top winners from Saturday’s Little Miss Cobb Pageant are, from left, first runner up Siara Caspari, 8; Little Miss Cobb 2014 Amelia Nesmith, 8; second runner up Lanie Carroll, 9; and third runner up Greta Stamper, 8. <br>Staff/Todd Hull
The top winners from Saturday’s Little Miss Cobb Pageant are, from left, first runner up Siara Caspari, 8; Little Miss Cobb 2014 Amelia Nesmith, 8; second runner up Lanie Carroll, 9; and third runner up Greta Stamper, 8.
Staff/Todd Hull
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Aaliyah Hyde, Tiny Miss Cobb
Aaliyah Hyde, Tiny Miss Cobb
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Ruby Bell Stevens, Petite Miss Cobb
Ruby Bell Stevens, Petite Miss Cobb
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Amelia Nesmith, Little Miss Cobb
Amelia Nesmith, Little Miss Cobb
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Lydia Jaime, PreTeen Miss Cobb
Lydia Jaime, PreTeen Miss Cobb
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Carly Vogel, Junior Miss Cobb
Carly Vogel, Junior Miss Cobb
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Juliana Piazza, Teen Miss Cobb
Juliana Piazza, Teen Miss Cobb
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Leilani Negron, Talented PreTeen
Leilani Negron, Talented PreTeen
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Victoria Bush, Talented Teen
Victoria Bush, Talented Teen
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Set to a Valentine Theme, eight new Cobb County girls were crowned in the 23rd annual Little Miss Cobb County Pageant at Southern Polytechnic on Saturday.

The six beauty titles awarded included Tiny Miss Cobb (2-3 year olds), Petite Miss Cobb (4-6 year olds), Little Miss Cobb (7-9 year olds.), PreTeen Miss Cobb (10-12 year olds), Junior Miss Cobb (13-15 year olds) and Teen Miss Cobb (16-18 year olds) A separate talent search will name Cobb’s Talented PreTeen (8-12 year olds) and Cobb’s Talented Teen (13-18 year olds)

Sponsored by the Miss Cobb County Pageant, the emcees for the day were 2014 Miss Cobb County, Taylor Voyles, and 2014 Miss Cobb County’s Outstanding Teen, Anna Tucker. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Miss Cobb County scholarship fund. The six beauty winners and two talent winners will be public relations ambassadors during the coming year at several activities including the Marietta July 4th parade and the Kennesaw Big Shanty Festival parade.

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