Miss CCHS

Vivica Jones, left, was crowned Miss CCHS on Friday, April 30. First runner-up was Olivia Pace, right.

MOULTRIE, Ga. — On Friday, April 30, Vivica Jones, a senior at Colquitt County High School, was crowned Miss Colquitt County High School, by Assistant Principal Alicia Hiers. Jones received a $500 scholarship in addition to the Talent Award. 

Olivia Pace, a sophomore, won first runner-up. Pace received a $250 scholarship in addition to the Speech Award. 

CCHS Student Government Association revived the Miss Colquitt County High School pageant and transitioned it into a scholarship pageant, according to a press release from the school. The pageant was sponsored by Langiappe Properties, LLC; Raceway; Save-a-Lot; and P & P Auto Wash. The pageant is available for the public to view on the school’s YouTube Channel <https://youtu.be/sR06TcH-pQA>. 

Jones is the daughter of Wanda and Louis Walker. Pace is the daughter of Linda Price and Nathaniel Pace. 

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