Mason Hebert crowned Miss Summit at DHS


The Daniel High School 2017 Miss Summit Pageant was held Jan. 21 and more than 30 girls competed in the activities, which included interviews and a fund-raising drive to support the Daniel Relay for Life team. Senior Mason Hebert was crowned as the 2017 Miss Summit.


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Other winners included Miss Senior Valeria Contreras; Miss Junior Leah Tompkins; Miss Sophomore Julianne Johnson; and Miss Freshman Lauren Johnson. Nalia Oliver was the Charity Champion and Malia Earle was named as Miss Congeniality. A total of $1,350 was raised for Relay for Life. This money goes to support the American Cancer Society.


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The Daniel High School 2017 Miss Summit Pageant was held Jan. 21 and more than 30 girls competed in the activities, which included interviews and a fund-raising drive to support the Daniel Relay for Life team. Senior Mason Hebert was crowned as the 2017 Miss Summit.
http://sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_dhsmisssummitnamed01.jpgThe Daniel High School 2017 Miss Summit Pageant was held Jan. 21 and more than 30 girls competed in the activities, which included interviews and a fund-raising drive to support the Daniel Relay for Life team. Senior Mason Hebert was crowned as the 2017 Miss Summit. Courtesy photos

Other winners included Miss Senior Valeria Contreras; Miss Junior Leah Tompkins; Miss Sophomore Julianne Johnson; and Miss Freshman Lauren Johnson. Nalia Oliver was the Charity Champion and Malia Earle was named as Miss Congeniality. A total of $1,350 was raised for Relay for Life. This money goes to support the American Cancer Society.
http://sentinelprogress.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_dhsmisssummitnamed02.jpgOther winners included Miss Senior Valeria Contreras; Miss Junior Leah Tompkins; Miss Sophomore Julianne Johnson; and Miss Freshman Lauren Johnson. Nalia Oliver was the Charity Champion and Malia Earle was named as Miss Congeniality. A total of $1,350 was raised for Relay for Life. This money goes to support the American Cancer Society. Courtesy photos
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