Alaina Hurst Wins Miss Alva
August 27, 2017
Five Alva High School senior girls competed Sunday afternoon for the Miss Alva title, which entitles the winner to represent Alva High School in NWOSU's Cinderella Competition.
Master of Ceremonies for the program was Brickman Bradt.
Alaina Hurst, voted winner by judges Angela Lyon, Charlie Burns and Riley Faulkner, was
crowned by last year's winner, Kimberly Stuck, before a crowd filling about 75 percent of Memorial Auditorium. Hurst also won the poise category of the competition.
First runner-up was Hannah Kornele who won several awards including Miss Congeniality and interview. Talent winner was Kristen Perks who performed a vocal solo entitled "How Blue."
Last year's retiring Miss Alva was awarded a 16x20 from Lynn Martin Photography that had been displayed in a trophy cabinet at Alva High School. She received numerous other prizes a year ago when she was initially crowned.
Parents of Alaina Hurst Jim and Cherie Hurst and Mike Vanlandingham and the late Kim Vanlandingham.
Callie Duncan, who performed a vocal solo, "Introducing Me," is the daughter of Paul and Tammy Duncan of Enid.
Hannah Korenele performed a Lyrical Dance. She is the daughter of Yolanda Kornele.
Kristen Perks, who sang the vocal, "How Blue," is the daughter of Jason and Katie Perks.
Hannah O'Neil is the daughter of Heather O'Neil and Shawn and Stacy O'Neil. She performed a vocal solo entitled, "How Far I'll go."