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Miss Hinds Community College 2017 named
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18 November

Miss Hinds Community College 2017 named

RAYMOND – Abigail Walters, of Vicksburg, was named Miss Hinds Community College in the annual pageant Thursday, Nov. 17.

Hinds Community College President Dr. Clyde Muse and Miss Hinds Community College 2017 Abigail Walters, of Vicksburg. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

Hinds Community College President Dr. Clyde Muse and Miss Hinds Community College 2017 Abigail Walters, of Vicksburg. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As Miss Hinds Community College, Walters will participate next summer in the Miss Mississippi pageant in Vicksburg. The pageant is an official preliminary pageant of the Miss America Pageant program.

Walters, 20, is a student at the Jackson Campus-Nursing Allied Health Center. She graduated from Hinds in 2016 and is currently in nursing school. She attended Warren Central High School. Her talent was a jazz dance routine and her platform was Stay Active Seniors!

First runner-up was Bethanie Myers, of Walnut Grove, a Raymond Campus sophomore studying Secondary Education. Second runner-up was Hope Ragan, of Vicksburg, a Utica Campus freshman studying Criminology.

From left, second runner-up Hope Ragan; Miss Hinds Community College 2017 Abigail Walters, both of Vicksburg; and first runner-up Bethanie Myers, of Walnut Grove. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

From left, second runner-up Hope Ragan; Miss Hinds Community College 2017 Abigail Walters, both of Vicksburg; and first runner-up Bethanie Myers, of Walnut Grove. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former Miss Hinds Community College 2016 Courtney Helom crowns Abigail Walters, of Vicksburg, as Miss Hinds 2017 during the year's pageant Nov. 17. The pageant is an official preliminary pageant of the Miss America Pageant program. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

Former Miss Hinds Community College 2016 Courtney Helom crowns Abigail Walters, of Vicksburg, as Miss Hinds 2017 during the year’s pageant Nov. 17. The pageant is an official preliminary pageant of the Miss America Pageant program. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vicksburg native wins Miss Hinds Community College 2017
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Hinds CC hosting annual yearbook Eagle Beauty Revue Thursday
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07 November

Hinds CC hosting annual yearbook Eagle Beauty Revue Thursday

RAYMOND – Twenty-five Hinds Community College women compete Thursday, Nov. 10 in the annual Eagle Beauty Revue at Cain-Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus.

The annual pageant sponsored by The Eagle yearbook staff begins at 7 p.m.

Admission is $2 for a student with Hinds Community College ID, free for Hinds employees with an ID and $5 for members of the public.

The winner of the pageant is featured in The Eagle yearbook, which covers locations at Jackson, Pearl, Raymond and Vicksburg.

Contestants include Meagan Barnhart, of Florence, Alyssa Berry, of Pearl, Madison Jade Bishop, of Sebastopol, Mallory Bunkley, of Brandon, Kayla Cook, of Richland, Ayana Davis, of Clinton, Ivy Depriest, of Brandon, Sara Dew, of Yazoo City, Alicia Drummond, of Laurel, Jennifer Granger, of Greenville, Margaret Hand, of Auburn, Ala., De’lexus Harris, of Terry, Anna Hite, of Raymond, Jalisa Hughes, of Jackson, Molly Hunter, of Brandon, Courtney Jamison, of Florence, Kristin Josh, of Carthage, Catherine Lloyd, of Hernando, Arkeisha Martin, of Raymond, Jaemie Grace Morato, of Richland, Rae Patridge, of Brandon, Brooke Patterson, of Vicksburg, Baylee Ponder, of Brandon, Natalie Scurlock, of Copiah County,  and Shelby Lynn Simmons, of Wayne County.

The annual Beauty Revue at Hinds CC is Thursday on the Raymond Campus
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Miss Hinds Community College 2015 named
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23 January

Miss Hinds Community College 2015 named

Maggie Shoultz, 19, of Pelahatchie was named Miss Hinds Community College 2015 in the annual pageant on Jan. 22.

As Miss Hinds Community College, Shoultz will participate this summer in the Miss Mississippi pageant.

Shoultz is a Raymond Campus freshman majoring in court reporting and music. She attended East Rankin Academy where she was a varsity soccer player, high school beauty pageant winner and manager of the basketball team. Her talent was a vocal – pop performance and her platform is “adoption is an option.”

First runner-up was Kaylee Scroggins, 20, of Brandon, a Raymond Campus business/marketing student.

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Five candidates to compete in Miss Hinds pageant Jan. 22
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14 January

Five candidates to compete in Miss Hinds pageant Jan. 22

Five Hinds Community College students will compete for the title of Miss Hinds Community College 2015 at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22 at Hogg Auditorium in Cain-Cochran Hall.

Miss Hinds Community College 2014, Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg, will crown the winner. The winner of the pageant is eligible to compete in the Miss Mississippi pageant over the summer.

The pageant is open to the public. Admission is $5.

The four contestants include:

  • Bekah Summerlin, 19, of Pearl, a Raymond Campus student majoring in elementary education. Her talent is dancing and her platform is animal adoption vs. breeding.
  • Kaylee Scroggins, 20, of Brandon, a Raymond Campus business/marketing student who will perform a jazz dance as her talent. Her platform is positive self-image.
  • Courtney Helom, 19, of Jackson, a Raymond Campus biology student. Her talent is dance and her platform is asthma awareness.
  • Anney Pearson, 19, of Brandon, a Raymond Campus communications student with singing as her talent. Her platform is theatre and performing arts benefits youth.
  • Maggie Shoultz, 19, of Pelahatchie, a Raymond Campus student majoring in court reporting and music. Her talent is vocal – pop and her platform is adoption is an option.

For more information, visit www.hindscc.edu.

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Hinds CC names Most Beautiful in annual Beauty Revue
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01 December

Hinds CC names Most Beautiful in annual Beauty Revue

Courtney Helom of Jackson was named Most Beautiful in the 2014 Eagle Beauty Revue pageant held Nov. 20 at Hinds Community College’s Cain Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus.

Helom, 19, is a biology major on the Raymond Campus. Twenty-one women participated in the Eagle Beauty Revue, which is sponsored by The Eagle yearbook on the Raymond Campus.

The other top contestants, named as “Beauties”, were Courtney Walker of Crystal Springs; Taylor Jackson of Clinton; Shelby Simmons of Waynesboro; and Meagan Barnhart of Florence.

From left, Courtney Walker of Crystal Springs; Taylor Jackson of Clinton; Courtney Helom of Jackson, Most Beautiful; Shelby Simmons of Waynesboro; and Meagan Barnhart of Florence.

From left, Courtney Walker of Crystal Springs; Taylor Jackson of Clinton; Courtney Helom of Jackson, Most Beautiful; Shelby Simmons of Waynesboro; and Meagan Barnhart of Florence.

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Miss Hinds Community College 2014 named

From left to right are second runner-up, Anna Taggart of Raymond; Miss Hinds 2014 Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg; and first runner-up, Jade Dalton of Flora.

From left to right are second runner-up, Anna Taggart of Raymond; Miss Hinds 2014 Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg; and first runner-up, Jade Dalton of Flora.

Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg was named Miss Hinds Community College 2014 in the annual pageant on Jan. 16.

As Miss Hinds Community College, Gatson will participate this summer in the Miss Mississippi pageant.

Gatson is a sophomore on the Raymond Campus majoring in nursing. Some of her scholastic honors include Who’s Who, Dean’s List, and Honor Society. She is also a member of the Hi-Steppers.

Her platform is “Children Matter,” a program focusing on providing activities, tutoring and meals to children in need.

For her talent she performed an excerpt from the song “Somewhere over the Rainbow.”

First runner-up was Jade Dalton of Flora, a freshman majoring in philosophy on the Raymond Campus.

Second runner up was Anna Taggart of Raymond, a sophomore elementary education major on the Raymond Campus.

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Hinds CC students compete for title of Miss Hinds

From left to right, competing for Miss Hinds 2014 at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, are students Moriah Boone of Pearl, Rankin Campus; Anna Taggart of Raymond, Raymond Campus; Jade Dalton of Flora, Raymond Campus; Jessica Rinehart of Utica, Raymond Campus; Kaylee Scroggins of Brandon, Raymond Campus; Tiaunna Smith of Jackson, Raymond Campus; and Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg, Raymond Campus.

From back. left to right, are Moriah Boone of Pearl; Jade Dalton of Flora; and Kaylee Scroggins of Brandon. From front, left, are Anna Taggart of Raymond; Jessica Rinehart of Utica; Tiaunna Smith of Jackson; and Porsha Gatson of Raymond. 

Seven Hinds Community College students will compete for the title of Miss Hinds Community College 2014 at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 at Hogg Auditorium in Cain-Cochran Hall.

The winner of the pageant is eligible to compete in the Miss Mississippi pageant over the summer.

The pageant is open to the public. Admission is $5.

The contestants are Moriah Boone of Pearl, Rankin Campus; Anna Taggart of Raymond, Raymond Campus; Jade Dalton of Flora, Raymond Campus; Jessica Rinehart of Utica, Raymond Campus; Kaylee Scroggins of Brandon, Raymond Campus; Tiaunna Smith of Jackson, Raymond Campus; Porsha Gatson of Vicksburg, Raymond Campus.

 

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Kelsey Sellers wins title of Miss Hinds 2013
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01 February

Kelsey Sellers wins title of Miss Hinds 2013

Kelsey Sellers

Kelsey Sellers of Raymond, freshman at Hinds Community College, was named Miss Hinds 2013 on Thursday, Jan. 31 at Hogg Auditorium in Cain-Cochran Hall.

Sellers was crowned by Miss Hinds 2012, Lindsey Claire Muse of Raymond. Sellers’ talent was dancing. As Miss Hinds, she will be eligible to compete in the Miss Mississippi pageant over the summer.

Her platform issue is “Fun with Fitness”, focusing on evolving young people’s ideas of staying fit. Sellers has instructed Zumba classes within the community to demonstrate that exercise can be fun. “Seeing people enjoying moving and exercising is a wonderful experience,” she said.

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Posted by on 31 January

Four students compete for title of Miss Hinds 2013

Four Hinds Community College students will compete for the title of Miss Hinds Community College 2013 at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31 at Hogg Auditorium in Cain-Cochran Hall.

The winner of the pageant is eligible to compete in the Miss Mississippi pageant over the summer.

The pageant is open to the public. Admission is $5.

The four contestants include:

  • Kelsey Sellers of Raymond; talent is dancing.
  • Kelsey Chandler of Pearl; talent is dance.
  • Megan Ware of Meridian; talent is dance and tumbling.
  • Paige Fowler of Vicksburg; talent is jazz dance.
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