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Mallory Mullis Named Escambia (Ala) Junior Miss



July 27, 2009

Mallory Brooks Mullis was named the 2010 Escambia County (Ala.)  Junior Miss this weekend.

Ashleigh Elizabeth Ward was named First Alternate, and Allie Lanora Rush was named Second Alternate.

For a photo gallery of all of the participants in the 2010 Escambia County (Ala.)  Junior Miss program, click here.

Mallory Brooks Mullis (pictured above, center) is the daughter of Debra and Ron Mullis and attends T.R. Miller High School. She is Secretary General of the South Alabama Model United Nations, a member of the Math Club, a cheerleader co-captain, participated in Relay for Life, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Kaleidoscope Editing Team, Pep Club, Spanish Club, tennis team, softball team, volleyball team, National Honor Society, and the Rural Health Scholars program. She is in the top 10 in her class, student government president for 2009-2010, student government treasurer in 2008-2009, freshman class treasurer, sophomore class representative, all state band participant, honor band participant, solo and ensemble superior ratings and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity.

Ashleigh Elizabeth Ward (pictured above, left) is the daughter of Don and Cindy Ward and attends T.R. Miller High School. She is a member of the First Baptist Church Youth Mentor and Small Groups, majorette and color guard of the T.R. Miller Band, yearbook staff, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Kaleidoscope staff, FCCLA, National Honor Society, top ten in class, SGA class representative, first chair second clarinet in the band, district honor band, Most Valuable Play in band, and a humane society volunteer.

Allie Lanora Rush (pictured above, right) is the daughter of Dru and Connie Rush and attends Cornerstone Christian School. She is a member of the Piano Audition for the Top Program, Blount Slawson Young Artist Piano Audition, Page for Lt. Governor Jim Folsom, Jr for two years, National Piano Guild, lifeguard and swim instructor at the YMCA, church praise band, President Advisory Council on Financial Literacy, 4-H Club, Church of God Teen Talent Regional winner in piano and drama, 4-H regional and state photography winner.

Pictured above: 2010 Escambia County (Ala.)  Junior Miss Mallory Brooks Mullis (center), First Alternate Ashleigh Elizabeth Ward (left) and Second Alternate Allie Lanora Rush (right). Submitted photos for, click to enlarge. · P.O. Box 105 · Walnut Hill, FL 32568

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