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LITTLE ROCK — Several young women with ties to the Tri-Lakes Edition coverage area will compete in the annual Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen Pageant today through Friday. The pageant takes place in conjunction with the Miss Arkansas Pageant at the Robinson Center Performance Hall in Little Rock.

Pageant preliminaries will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. The Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen finals will be at 7 p.m. Friday.

Local contestants include the following:

• Miss Henderson State University’s Outstanding Teen — Phoebe Grace Johnson of Little Rock, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Johnson, will present a piano/voice rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” for her talent. Her platform is “Arts Matter.”

A student at Mount St. Mary Academy, she will compete in interview today, talent on Tuesday, lifestyle and physical fitness on Wednesday, and evening wear and onstage question on Thursday.

• Miss Greater Hot Springs’ Outstanding Teen — Makayla Shipe of Bryant, the daughter of Justin and Sandy Shipe, will present a Broadway vocal rendition of “Defying Gravity” for her talent. Her platform is “Concerts for Kids.”

A student at Bryant High School, she will compete in interview today, talent on Tuesday, lifestyle and physical fitness on Wednesday, and evening wear and onstage question on Thursday.

• Miss Greater Little Rock’s Outstanding Teen — Emilee Webb of Poyen, the daughter of Mandy and Thomas Ketchersid and Jamie and Carly Webb, will present a tap dance to “Soul Man” for her talent. Her platform is “Fostering the Future.”

A student at Poyen High School, she will compete in interview today, talent on Tuesday, lifestyle and physical fitness on Wednesday, and evening wear and onstage question on Thursday.

• Miss Southern Arkansas University’s Outstanding Teen — Bailey Gibson of Hot Springs, the daughter of John and Missy Gibson, will present a vocal rendition of “A Piece of Sky” for her talent. Her platform is “Prevent the Pen: Food Allergy Awareness.”

A student at Abeka Academy, she will compete in interview on Monday, lifestyle and physical fitness on Tuesday, evening wear and onstage question on Wednesday, and talent on Thursday.

• Miss Southwest Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen —Brynn Clark of Arkadelphia, the daughter of Todd and Billani Clark, will present a vocal rendition of “For Good” for her talent. Her platform is “Well Read: Keeping Kids Interested in Reading.”

A student at Arkadelphia High School, she will compete in interview today, evening wear and onstage question on Tuesday, talent on Wednesday, and lifestyle and physical fitness on Thursday.

Tickets to the Miss Arkansas and Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen pageants are available by calling the Robinson Box Office at (501) 244-8800 or the pageant business office at (501) 321-3506; or by contacting TicketMaster at www.ticketmaster.com or (800) 745- 3000.

For more information, visit the website missarkansasot.org.

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