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Chrisman crowned Miss Berkeley County

January 22, 2000|By MEG H. PARTINGTON

INWOOD, W.Va. - Kristi Michelle Chrisman was crowned Miss Berkeley County Saturday night at Musselman High School.

Chrisman, 20, danced to "Zip Gun Bop."

She is the daughter of Phil Chrisman and Judy Fouch of Inwood. Chrisman is a graduate of Musselman High School and attended Shepherd College.

She received her crown from Rebecca Leigh Carr, Miss Berkeley County 1999.

For winning the title Saturday night, she received a $1,000 scholarship and the chance to participate in the Miss West Virginia Scholarship Pageant June 22-24 in Clarksburg, W.Va.

She also won a $500 scholarship from Shepherd College, a free photography session from Jack DeHaven Photography, a consultation at Big Tease Hair Salon, dance shoes from Kick Line and skin-care products and cosmetics from BeautiControl Cosmetics.

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Seven contestants competed for the crown.

The first runner-up was Allison Renee Williams of Charles Town, W.Va., an 18-year-old freshman at West Virginia University. The daughter of Evon Williams of Charles Town, she sang "Stuff Like That There" during the talent competition.

She received a $300 scholarship and skin-care products and cosmetics from BeautiControl Cosmetics.

The second runner-up was Rachel Elaine Carr of Kearneysville, W.Va., a 17-year-old senior at Martinsburg High School. She is the daughter of Dan and Vicky Carr. She sang "A New Life" during the talent competition.

She received a $200 scholarship and skin-care products and cosmetics from BeautiControl Cosmetics.

The theme for Saturday's pageant was "2000 Millennium, A New Celebration."

Radio personality Cindy Maguire of WKMZ in Martinsburg was mistress of ceremonies.

Performers included the Miss Berkeley County dancers, Jose De La Cruz, Miss West Virginia Lucy Ours and Carr.

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