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Proctorville teen takes pageant crown

Published 9:39am Monday, November 26, 2012

 

PROCTORVILLE — Kamryn Campbell of Proctorville is Pure American Pageants’ newest crowned royalty.

She competed in modeling, personal introduction, and personal interview at the Miss Ohio River pageant where she also learned may useful skills that will serve in her preparation for whatever goals and dreams she pursues.

Kamryn was crowned 2012 Young Miss Ohio River. Kamryn is a freshman at Fairland High School where she is a varsity cheerleader.

As a positive role model, Kamryn will have the opportunity to attend festivals, parades, community activities and volunteer her services to organizations helping those in need.

Pure American Pageant would like to congratulate Kamryn on a job well done.

Pure American Pageants is Christian-based pageant system for infants to adults.

If you would like to compete or know someone else who would like to compete you can visit the pageant national website at www.pureamericanpageants.com or contact the national office at (740) 709-1612.

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