Miss Linn County, Amber Ferry (Smitt), Princess Emily Rose Williams and Linn County Outstanding Teen, Cassie Claeys.

2010 Miss Linn & Johnson County Pageant

Miss Linn County and Miss Johnson County are partnering this year to have one dual pageant on February 13th for Outstanding Teen and Misses categories. Keep posted by visiting www.misslinncounty.com for details.

This is a great opportunity for young women to have an active role model in our community, earn scholarship ......money for college and compete in the Miss Iowa pageant and maybe even Miss America!

Please forward this opportunity to anyone you think might be interested! We'll have rehearsal on Friday the 12th and all day on the 13th, competition starting at 7pm on Saturday evening. Interested parties may contact us on the Miss Linn webpage or on Facebook!

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smartpants says ... on Sunday, Jan 3 at 9:36 PM

Saturday, February 13, 2010 Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm Location: Clear Creek Amana High School

Anonymous says ... on Sunday, Feb 7 at 9:47 PM

Come Meet Special Guests Anne Michael Langguth—Miss Iowa 2009 Jessica Baker—Miss Iowa’s Outstanding Teen 2009 Aly Olson-Miss Johnson County’s Outstanding Teen Amber Ferry-Smit-Miss Linn County 2008-2009 Emily Rose Williams-Linn County Princess

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