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Two Weatherford Girls Serving as Oklahoma Stars for Miss SWOSU

March 30, 2009

Oklahoma Stars, Miss SWOSU and Miss SWOSU Outstanding Teen
Andrae' Cook (left) and Jahven Tanner (right), both of Weatherford, are serving as Oklahoma Stars for current Miss SWOSU Kaeli Jo Carothers (second from left) of Hollis, and the girls will be attending the Miss Oklahoma Contestant Day this Saturday, April 4 in Tulsa. Also pictured is Miss SWOSU Outstanding Teen Ashley Nicole Wheeler of Altus (Navajo).

Andrae' Cook and Jahven Tanner, both of Weatherford, are serving as Oklahoma Stars for current Miss SWOSU Kaeli Jo Carothers of Hollis, and both girls will be attending the Miss Oklahoma Contestant Day this Saturday, April 4, in Tulsa.

The Miss Oklahoma Organization created the program seven years ago to expose girls ages 6-11 to outstanding young women as role models. Carothers, along with the other Miss Oklahoma contestants, is committed to mentoring the young "stars."

Cook is the 10-year-old daughter of Doug and Kim Cook, and Tanner is the daughter of Robert and Grace Tanner. Both are fourth-graders at West Elementary School.

Both Carothers and Miss SWOSU Outstanding Teen Ashley Wheeler of Altus (Navajo) will both perform their talents at this Saturday's Miss Oklahoma Contestant Day.

This is the seventh year for the Miss SWOSU Pageant to have Oklahoma Stars. Previous ones were Alex Harrison in 2003; Ashton Folsom, 2004; Abby Smith, 2005; Hannah Henry and Kimberlyn Lancaster, 2006; Ashlynn Karlin, 2007; and Reagan Tuck and Addison Duerksen, 2008.  

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