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Natalie Bost crowned Miss Spencer-Rowan

SPENCER ó Natalie Bost, 19, of Faith was crowned Miss Spencer-Rowan Saturday night at the Spencer Jaycee Street Dance, held in downtown Spencer.
She is the daughter of Lane and Traci Bost, graduated from East Rowan High School and is a sophomore at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
She is a certified nursing assistant at Liberty Commons nursing home and received a nursing scholarship from Rowan Regional Medical Center.
First runner-up was Sherri Hill, 23, of Salisbury. Daughter of Althea Hill, of East Spencer, she graduated from North Rowan High School and Catawba College, with a degree in sociology
Second runner-up was Kristin Holshouser, 17, of Salisbury. Daughter of Jeff and Dawn Holshouser, she is a senior at North Rowan High School.
Alicia Bean, pageant director, said Bost will be Miss Holiday Caravan in the holiday parade.
Bean said the street dance brought out a big crowd, possibly the biggest ever, to hear the band Mid Life Crisis, see the pageant, have refreshments and let their kids dance and play.
“We filled up all of Fifth Street,” she said by phone, struggling to be heard over the sound of the band.
Bost will also get a $300 scholarship.

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