Miss Wayland 2014 pageant scheduled for Saturday
November 5, 2013
PLAINVIEW – Ten co-eds will compete for the title of Miss Wayland 2014 on Saturday,
beginning at 7 p.m. in Wayland Baptist University’s Harral Memorial Auditorium.
The Roaring 20s themed pageant will feature students representing all walks of campus life with a wide array of talents.
Magadalina Lucero, a math and engineering major from Carlsbad, N.M., is representing the math department. She will sing and play guitar for her talent.
Katelyn Johnson, a religion major from Plainview, is representing the Student Government Association. She will perform a stand-up comedy routine for her talent.
Representing the Wayland Singers Chorus is Jacqueline Wallace, an elementary and special education major from Montrose, Colo. She will perform a swing dance for her talent.
Megan Summers is representing Wayland’s cheer and dance teams. She is an accounting major from Amarillo and will perform gymnastics as her talent.
Nicole Adams, a psychology major from Amarillo, is representing the office of external records. She will perform a dramatic piece for her talent.
Representing the art department is art major Victoria Pollard of Farwell. Her talent is speed art.
Cara Nelson, an elementary education major from Odessa, will represent Owen Hall and will sing for the talent portion of the contest.
Sarah Johnson is majoring in both mission and Spanish. She is from Clear Lake and is sponsored by KWLD, Wayland’s radio station. Sarah will sing and play the guitar as her talent.
Jaclyn Alford, an English major from Littlefield, is sponsored by Eta Theta Chapter of Sigma Tau Delta. She will recite an original piece of literature for her portion of the talent contest.
Rounding out the contestants is Chelsea Langley, a religion and psychology major from Wickensburg, Ariz. She is representing Ferguson Hall and will sing “Whom Shall I Fear” for the talent contest.
The cost of admission is $3 and is open to the public.