Miramar’s Allyson Walker will salute the history of the county
BROWARD COUNTY, FL – Recently, in Broward County, a host of young ladies from the diverse municipalities came forward to begin an adventure in the Ms. Broward County 2015 pageant.
For many of them, it would be one night of pageantry learning how to be confident in front of an audience, speak with distinction and remembering to breathe while performing on a spot-lit stage. For a select four, it would be the beginning of a year of change, challenge and chance.
Last year, Yesenia Molina of Margate wore the sash and tiara, representing Broward County on the road to the Miss America Pageant. This year, City of Miramar resident and student of Nova Southeastern University Allyson Walker was crowned Ms. Broward County 2015.
Walker will not only advance toward the dream of being Miss America, she will earn a college scholarship, serve as a spokes-person for the beauty, history and diversity of Broward County and be the official Youth Ambassador for Broward100 – Celebrating the Art of Community, participating in celebration activities throughout the year; and will audition for a role in the grand finale event, Duende
As Broward County celebrates its 100th anniversary, this year’s pageant will salute the rich history of the County.
The other winners in this night’s pageant were: Jenice An, Miss Broward County’s Outstanding Teen, City of Weston; Ludwig Louizaire, Miss Gold Coast, City of Lauderhill and Katarina Wronka, Miss Gold Coast’s Outstanding Teen, City of Key Largo
In this opportunity to move forward into the world as an ambassador, “many of these winners have gone on to become national network TV stars or Broadway sensationalists,” said the Master of Ceremonies, Alexander Lewy, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Former Vice Mayor of Hallandale Beach.