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LITTLE ROCK — Several young women with ties to the Three Rivers Edition coverage area will compete in the annual Miss Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen Pageant today through Friday. The pageant will take 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.

• Miss Conway’s Outstanding Teen — Riley Ann Strube of Cabot, the daughter of Dustin and Andrea Strube, will present a tap dance to “Sing, Sing, Sing” for her talent. Her platform is “Ready, Set, Serve.”

A student at Cabot High School, 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 Greater Jacksonville’s Outstanding Teen — Kory Lynn Jennings of Cabot, the daughter of Cory and Sherri Jennings, will present a character vocal rendition of “Hopelessly Devoted” for her talent. Her platform is “Educate and Empower People of All Ages.”

A student at Cabot 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.

• Miss Metro’s Outstanding Teen — Tori Lane Kiser of Cabot, the daughter of Rick and April Kiser, will present a lyrical dance to “This Is Me” for her talent. Her platform is “Special Olympics: Inclusion Is Key.”

A student at Cabot High School, 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 Sweetheart of Arkansas’ Outstanding Teen — Kristen Sherrill of Batesville, the daughter of Andy and Angela Sherrill, will present a tap dance to “A Little Party” for her talent. Her platform is “A Future for Fostering.”

A student at Southside Charter 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.

• Miss Historic Batesville’s Outstanding Teen — Peyton Riley of Jonesboro, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shon Riley, will present a jazz dance to “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” for her talent. Her platform is “Being the Good in Grief.”

A student at Valley View 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.

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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