Miss Kitsap, Poulsbo and Silverdale crowned on Saturday
Photo Courtesy of Mike Scott
Miss Poulsbo 2013, Makenzie Moody and her Little Sister Madison Marzano, Miss Kitsap 2013, Krystal Jimenez and her Little Sisters Jasmine and Jacqueline San Juan and Miss Silverdale, Jahrielle Davis and her Little Sister Marli Stodden.
January 7, 2013 · 3:43 PM
Makenzie Moody was crowned the 60th Miss Poulsbo on Saturday night at the Bremerton High School Performing Arts Theater.
She is a 17 year old junior at West Sound Academy. Makenzie received $3,000 for winning the title as well as the Top Interview Award for $200.00.Her platform isSolving Hunger at Home and Abroad, she has been working with Children of the Nations and with other organizations and plans to start working with Fishline and Coffee Oasis.
Krystal Jimenez, a 17 year old senior at Bremerton High School was named Miss Kitsap 2013. She received a $1,000 scholarship to Olympic College in addition to the $3,000 for winning the pageant and $200 scholarship for the Girl Power! Award.
Krystal's platform is Building Youth Confidence in the Community, she plans to continue working with the Naval Avenue Boys and Girls Club and the Smart Girls program there.
Jahrielle Davis, a 19 year old senior from Central Kitsap High School and a Running Start student at Olympic College was named Miss Silverdale 2013. She received $3,000 for winning the title in addition to four other $200 scholarship awards including Scholastic Acheivement, Hank Mann Sykes Service Above Self Award, Little Sister Mentor Award and Miss Congeniality.
Jahrielle's platform is the Rotary Youth Exchange, she spent a year abroad in Hungary as an exchange student from the Silverdale Rotary Club.
Camren Robison, a 17 year old senior at North Kitsap High School was named the first runner up to Miss Poulsbo, she also recieved a $1,000 scholarship to Olympic College. Kaitlyn Gervais, a 20 year old sophomore was the first runner up to Miss Kitsap and Lina McGuire an 18 year old senior at Olympic High School was named the runner up to Miss Silverdale.
A total of $37,800.00 in scholarships were awarded to the 17 contestants. Charlyn Garcia received a $5,000 scholarship to Everest College in Bremerton and a $1,000 scholarship to Olympic College. Alyson Coleman was awarded a $10,000 scholarship to the International Air and Hospitality Academy in Vancouver, Washington.
The new Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap and Miss Silverdale will spend their year of service working in Kitsap County with various non profit groups raising money, face painting as Disney princesses and volunteering their time and energy for many worthy causes.