Kammerer Crowned Miss WBC
A freshman from Maryland is the new Miss Williams Baptist College. Lindsay Kammerer was crowned at the conclusion of the annual Miss WBC Pageant, held Friday evening, Feb. 5, in the Southerland-Mabee Center. She was one of 17 contestants vying for the title.
Kammerer (second from right), who is from Conowingo, Md., also won the Talent Award for singing a tune that she had written and accompanying herself on the guitar. In addition, Kammerer was presented the pageant’s Scholarship of Excellence, which is awarded to the contestant with the highest combined interview score and grade point average. All totaled, she received $500 worth of scholarships from the pageant.
Kammerer is the daughter of Gary & Donna Ingerson of Conowingo and Paul Kammerer of North East, Md.
First runner-up was Mary Ellen Clubb (far right), a junior from Poplar Bluff, Mo. She is the daughter of Dan and Mary Clubb of Poplar Bluff.
Second runner-up was Samantha Linderman (second from left), a sophomore from Mammoth Spring, Ark. She is the daughter of Terry and Sandra Linderman of Mammoth Spring.
Third runner-up was Becca Knight (far left), a junior from Viburnum, Mo. Knight was also named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Michael and Kim Knight.
Kammerer was crowned by the 2009 Miss WBC, Janai Powell of Powhatan, Ark. She is the daughter of Brent and Linda Powell of Powhatan.
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