Naomi Green named Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen and Natalie Worthy named Miss Greater Vancouver
The Miss Clark County competition was held Saturday (Nov. 13) and three area participants were crowned with three new titles. At the event, the Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization awarded over $23,000 in scholarships and prizes.
Anna Countryman is the new Miss Clark County. She received $3,200 in scholarships and prizes. Countryman is a senior in the field of Education at Warner Pacific College. She is the daughter of George and Jami Countryman. In addition to her title, Countryman also won the preliminary talent and most advertisements/donations brought in competitions.
Naomi Green was named Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen. She received $2,700 in scholarships and prizes. Green is a sophomore at Skyview High School. She is the daughter of Jason and Meridith Green. In addition to claiming the title, Green won the preliminary fitness, preliminary talent, and Patriotism Reigns essay competitions.
Natalie Worthy was named Miss Greater Vancouver. She also received $2,700 in scholarships and prizes. Worthy is a freshman at Puget Sound University. She is the daughter of Joe and Sabrena Worthy. Worthy also won the preliminary evening gown competition in addition to her title.
Each titleholder also receives approximately $2,000 each in additional prizes.
Maddie Wallingford, daughter of Don and Mari Wallingford, was first runner up and Miss Congeniality in the Teen program. Vanessa Munson was first runner up in the Miss program. Kailey Herren was second runner up in the Miss program and Caitlin Daniels was third runner up in the Miss program.