Perez crowned Miss Parade of Favorites

Posted 11/16/18

Brittney Perez, a junior English major representing Campus Choir, was named Lee University’s Miss Parade of Favorites 2018 on Nov. 10.

Perez was escorted by Samuel Utt and also received the …

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Perez crowned Miss Parade of Favorites

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Brittney Perez, a junior English major representing Campus Choir, was named Lee University’s Miss Parade of Favorites 2018 on Nov. 10.
Perez was escorted by Samuel Utt and also received the interview and talent awards. She sang “Up to The Mountain” by Patty Griffin.
First runner-up was awarded to Lauren Goss, who represented Delta Zeta Tau and was escorted by Jake Broome.
Rachel Kirkland, who was escorted by David Vandersteeg and represented Omega Alpha Phi, was second runner-up.
Rebekah Proctor, representing Upsilon Xi, was third runner-up. She also received the Kay McDaniel Woman of Achievement Award, given to the contestant who has been an overcomer despite life’s obstacles. Her escort was Joshua Dawson.
Representing Tau Kappa Omega, Baylee Deems was fourth runner-up. She was also the recipient of the congeniality award. Colson Korpak was her escort.
Lexy White, representing Sigma Alpha Omega, received the service award. She was escorted by Peyton Clark.
Lucas Yanes, who escorted Tori Stepp, was named winner of the escort award.
Parade of Favorites is an annual, student-led talent showcase at Lee University. Various campus clubs and organizations select representatives to compete on the club's behalf. This year’s theme was “Reflections.” Lee student Randyl Music directed the event.  

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