Two E’s Representing SWOSU at the Miss Oklahoma Competition
Miss SWOSU Emily Gill
Miss SWOSU's Outstanding Teen Emma Youngblood
Miss SWOSU Emily Gill of Lawton (Eisenhower) and Miss SWOSU’s Outstanding Teen Emma Youngblood of Walters will represent Southwestern Oklahoma State University at the Miss Oklahoma Competition set for June 6-11 in the RiverSpirit Resort & Casino in Tulsa.
A send off celebration is planned Friday, May 27, from 1-3 p.m. in the Memorial Center East Ballroom on the Weatherford campus. The public is invited. Refreshments will be served. Both Gill and Youngblood will model their competition wardrobes, and both will perform their talents. In addition, Little Star Brinkley Caudill of Lawton will model her evening wear.
Miss and teen pageant preliminary competitions will be held at Miss Oklahoma with the Miss Teen Oklahoma Competition finals on Saturday, June 11, at 2 p.m. and the Miss Oklahoma Competition finals on Saturday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m.
Gill, who is majoring in psychology at SWOSU, is in the Mu Group at Miss Oklahoma. She will have her interview session on Tuesday, and her on stage question/social impact and evening wear competitions on Wednesday. Her vocal talent—The Girl in 14G—is on Thursday.
Youngblood, a junior at Walters High School and resident of Comanche, is part of the Omega group. Her interview is on Wednesday, her active wear and even wear competitions are on Thursday, and her vocal talent—Love Will Come and Fine Me Again—will be on Friday.
The winners of the competitions advance to the Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competitions later in the year.
Both ladies are available for special performances, modeling, hostessing events, performing the national anthem and other events by contacting Debbie Brown at email@example.com.