Miss Fashionetta crowned in 2019 pageant

Published 12:00 am Saturday, July 20, 2019


Miss Lark Savannah Staley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Staley, was crowned Miss Fashionetta during the Salisbury Alumna Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Fashionetta Pageant.

Other participants of the 2019 Fashionetta Pageant were Miss Leanna Nechelle Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ford, First Runner-Up;

Miss Amya Cherry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ramseur; Miss Kenleigh Jamese Dalton, daughter of Mr. D’Andre Hopper and the late Ms. Sonya A. Dalton;

Miss Jasmine Neliah French, daughter of Nicole and Jonathan French; Miss Tiffani Ahmani Gadson, daughter of Shanikka and Demarte Harris and the late Ahmad Bognuda;

Miss Mikayla L. Johnson, daughter of Mr. Michael Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Richardson Jr.; Miss Sari Grace Lewin, daughter of Mrs. Krystal and Sgt. Quodolphius Stukes and Mr. Sheldon Lewin;

Miss Kyarra Janae Viola McClellan, daughter of Ms. Judith McClellan; Miss Za’Kiya Oglesby, daughter of Ms. Mikkierra Peck and Mr. Brian Oglesby;

Miss Kaylie Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ali Palmer; Miss Kylaih Shari Denise Pearson-Hasty, daughter of Ms. Sherelle Pearson and Mr. Joseph Walker;

Miss Krisstyle Mone’y Stockton, daughter of Ms. Angela J. Stockton; Miss Mia Sherae Streater, daughter of Ms. Bianca Koontz;

and Miss Kai Sienna Terry, daughter of Ms. Siobhan Allen and Mr. Murphy Terry.

Preceding the Fashionetta Pageant, the members of the chapter and professionals in various fields had the opportunity to work with each of these outstanding and upcoming young ladies to garnish excellent citizenship and etiquette skills; build new peer relationships; prepare their talent for presentation; participate in a corporate dance routine and the waltz while learning the meaning of team work.

The Fashionetta Pageant is the major fundraiser for the chapter. Annually, funds raised from the pageant are invested back into the community to support the Educational Grant Program, awarding scholarships to high school seniors in the Rowan-Salisbury and Davie County area.

These funds also support community service projects, agencies and organizations including Rowan Helping Ministries, Rowan County Department of Social Services, Christmas Happiness, Habitat for Humanity, Livingstone College UNCF and the Livingstone College Book Fair. These entities promote the international sorority’s theme of “Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service”.

Amelia Hasty-Rhodes is the chapter’s Fashionetta chairman, Sh’Myra Moore is program chairman and Lillian Morgan is president.

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