Miss SWOSU Title Holders Participate in Miss Oklahoma Candidates’ Workshop
Miss SWOSU Meaghan Dorn (left) of Mangum and Miss SWOSU’s Outstanding Teen Lynsi Lively of Mangum recently participated in the Miss Oklahoma Candidates’ Workshop in Tulsa in preparation for the state competitions in June.
Miss SWOSU Meaghan Dorn and Miss SWOSU’s Outstanding Teen Lynsi Lively, both of Mangum, recently participated in the Miss Oklahoma Candidates’ Workshop in Tulsa.
The competitions will be held June 8 for Miss Oklahoma and June 7 for Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen at the RiverSpirit Casino Resort in the Paradise Cove Event Center.
During the candidates’ workshop, each of the candidates performed their talents and were able to draw for groups and order number for Miss Oklahoma week activities.
Dorn will be in the Omega group. Her interview will be on Monday, June 3; talent on Tuesday; on-stage interview on Wednesday; and evening wear and social impact statement on Thursday of Miss Oklahoma week.
Dorn’s talent is Ballet en pointe to “Warrior” and her social impact is “The Love Foundation”—encouraging a healthy heart awareness.
Lively will be in the Teen Omega group. She will do interview on Wednesday; talent on Thursday; active wear, on stage social impact, and evening wear on Friday during preliminaries.
Lively’s talent is singing “To Make You Feel My Love” and her social impact is “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”—living a happy life.