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|Bastrop High senior crowned Miss Monroe|
The Miss Monroe pageant was the first for the city since 1925
Raven Hollins, senior at Bastrop High School, was crowned Miss Monroe 2009 on Saturday night at the Monroe Civic Center Theater.
She was one of 11 contestants that competed in the Miss America preliminary.
The contestants competed in talent, interview, swimsuit and evening gown competitions to an audience of around 300 people.
The runner-ups included: first runner up, Christa McCann; second runner up, Rebecca Price; third runner up, Brandy Hotard; and fourth runner up, Kimberly Rusley.
The event was hosted by KNOE news anchor John Denison. There were performances by saxophonist Maurice Johnson, Miss Natchitoches City of Lights Courtney Haynes, and the national anthem was sung by Carroll High School senior Marcus Mercy.
Special entertainment was provided by Miss Monroe Outstanding Teen 2009 Kelly Bernard. She was crowned recently at Neville High School.
Monroe native recording artist Terisa Griffin ended the entertainment performance with two spectacular vocal pieces.
As the winners were announced, a special Monroe Fire and Police Department Honor Guard detail marched on stage proceeding Miss Monroe's crowning.
Hollins was crowned by Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo. He was assisted by Little Mr. Delta Fest Ryne Little and pageant director Robert Wright.
Hollins' awards include a $3,000 scholarship, $1,000 cash award, a membership at a local health club, and a $1,000 wardrobe allowance.
She has a full lineup of events she will be involved in this year throughout the city. One of which includes the State of the City Address, which will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 4.