Key a preliminary winner in Miss Georgia Outstanding Teen

Published 10:30 am Friday, June 17, 2022

COLUMBUS – LaGrange’s Charlie Key was one of a handful of preliminary award winners on the first night of Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen competition Thursday night.

Key won a $200 scholarship in the talent competition. The other winners are below:

Miss Georgia’s Outstanding Teen

  • Evening Wear/On-Stage Question ($100 Scholarship) – Miss Rome’s Outstanding Teen, Anna Kate Robinson of Wrightsville, Ga.
  • Newcomer Talent ($100 Scholarship)– Miss Georgia Coast’s Outstanding Teen, Mary Margaret McNeil of St. Mary’s, Ga.

Miss Georgia

  • Betty Cantrell Preliminary On-Stage Interview/Social Impact Pitch ($300 Scholarship) – Miss Capital City, Kelsey Hollis of Warner Robins, Ga.
  • Newcomer Talent ($250 Scholarship sponsored by Shelby and Wanda Amos Foundation) – Miss Music City, Hannah McGarity of Stockbridge, Ga.
  • Talent ($500 Scholarship sponsored by Georgia and Vickie Corrodino Fund) – Miss Rome, Taylor Burrell of Tyrone, Ga.

The Miss Georgia Competition continued Thursday night in Columbus. The management offices for the Miss Georgia Scholarship Competition are based in LaGrange.