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Williamstown teen to represent West Virginia in pageant

Emma Grace Kitchen was crowned the 2021 Miss West Virginia High School America Queen by Khloe McAvoy, 2021 Miss West Virginia Junior High School America Queen on Feb. 20 in Hurricane. Kitchen is preparing to compete on the national stage in Little Rock, Ark. (Photo Provided)

WILLIAMSTOWN — Emma Grace Kitchen of Williamstown competed and won the title of Miss West Virginia High School America and is preparing to compete on the national stage this summer in Little Rock, Ark.

Kitchen, 17, is the daughter of Dr. Anthony and Connie Kitchen of Williamstown.

The Miss West Virginia Elementary, Junior High, High School and Collegiate America Pageant was held Feb. 20 in Hurricane at the Valley Park Conference Center. Amidst the pandemic, 34 ladies from around the state competed for the titles.

Kitchen is sponsored by M&Z Boutique, BFF Creations, Dave’s Carpet Service, Elite Real Estate Group, Holl’s Handcrafted Swiss Chocolates, Dr. Kelly Roush, Eddy Chiropractic, Performing Arts Connection & Education, Tiff’s Magical Cookie Creations, Rhododendron Furniture & Design, the Bobbit Family and the Glassburn Family.

Anyone interested in becoming a sponsor can contact Delyssa Edwards, executive pageant director, at 304-593-8998.

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