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Douglas’s Jenna Williams named Ms. ABAC


TIFTON—Jenna Williams, a junior biology major from Douglas, was crowned Ms. ABAC Thursday night at the college’s Howard Auditorium.

Williams is the president of the ABAC Ambassadors and the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She also serves as the vice president of the Student Government Association, is a member of the Campus Activities Board and the ATOM Club, has served as a Summer Orientation for the Stallion Society, and is in the ABAC Honors program.

Makayla Huttinger, a junior from Palmetto, Fla., was named first runner-up. The rest of the top five were second runner-up Jazzmyn Armstrong from Collins, third runner-up Kamren Yaughn from Byron, and fourth runner-up Jordan Hurley from Hartford, Ala.

Yaughn was also named Miss Congeniality and was the Essay winner. Huttinger won the Interview Award and Chaney Hogan from Gray was the People’s Choice winner. Other Top 10 finalists included Carson Carter from Wrightsville, Hogan, Savannah Beasley from Screven, Aubrey Kinard from Thomasville, and Carson Jane Carter from Willacoochee.

The 54th annual pageant drew 20 contestants and was hosted by the ABAC Agripreneurs. Each year, the organization selects a charity to support with a portion of the funds raised at the pageant. The Pregnancy Center of Tiftarea was chosen this year and Executive Director Jennifer Metzger thanked those in attendance for the pageant’s support.

Williams plans to pursue a career in medicine, specializing in diagnostic radiology. She is the daughter of Marv and Gina Williams and graduated from Citizens Christian Academy in Douglas.


Jenna Williams from Douglas (center) was crowned Ms. ABAC last week at the college’s Howard Auditorium. Pictured are (left to right) fourth runner-up Jordan Hurley, second runner-up Jazzmyn Armstrong, Williams, first runner-up Makayla Huttinger, and third runner-up Kamren Yaughn.

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