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Miss International City’s Annie Swan crowned Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen

Miss International City's Outstanding Teen Annie Swan named Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen 2017

Annie Swan, 15, of Wadley, Georgia, was crowned Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen 2017 at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. She will compete for the Miss America Outstanding Teen in Orlando, Florida in July
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Annie Swan, 15, of Wadley, Georgia, was crowned Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen 2017 at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts. She will compete for the Miss America Outstanding Teen in Orlando, Florida in July

Miss International City’s Annie Swan was crowned as 2017 Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen on Friday at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, receiving $2,500 in scholarship awards and the opportunity to compete in the 2017 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competition starting July 25, 2017, in Orlando, Fla.

The 73rd Annual Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen pageant concluded after 45 women from across the state competed in preliminaries of Interview, Lifestyle and Fitness, Talent, Evening Wear, and On Stage Question leading up to Friday’s final competition.

Also receiving scholarship awards were first runner-up, Miss Starr’s Mill’s Cara Clements ($1,500); second runner-up, Miss Greater Atlanta’s Rory Pan ($1,000); third runner-up, Miss Coastal Empire’s Carly Vogel ($750); fourth runner-up, Miss Capital City’s Alaylla Watkins ($500). The remaining semi-finalists received a $350 scholarship, and the remaining top 15 received a $250 scholarship.

Rounding out the top 15 were: Miss Macon Helen Mary Grace Moore; Miss Historic Buford, Sophie Edwards; Miss Cobb County Sabrina Elson; Miss Southeast Georgia’s Grace Thomas; Miss Emanuel County’s Caroline Mason; Miss Rome’s OTeen, Jenna Kay Groom; Miss Acworth’s Raven Bailey; Miss Hummingbird Festival’s Anna Wiggins; Miss Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy’s Kassie Todd; and Miss Warner Robins’ Keerti Soundappan.

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