Amy Hermann is crowned Miss Clark County PDF Print E-mail
Written by Janna Ross   
Thursday, 25 June 2009 00:00
    Last Thursday night at 10 beautiful young ladies took to the stage at Providence High School’s Robinson Performing Arts Center, all dreaming of the same outcome, to be crowned Miss Clark County 2009.
    The girls were interviewed by the pageant judges on Thursday afternoon. During the pageant the girls were judged on professional wear and evening gown competition. The evening also highlighted entertainment from Indiana United Dance Team, 2005 Miss Clark County Raneigh Prall and Amon Prall and 2007 Miss Clark County Kelsey Abbott.
    Charlie Jenkins from Clear Channel Radio again entertained the audience as the Master of Ceremony.
    After the competition the judges had the always difficult decision of crowning the new Miss Clark County and her court.
    After the intermission the audience of moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, friends and boyfriends filed back into the Robinson Performing Arts Center anxiously awaiting the moment they had all been waiting for.
    Then the announcement came. Amy Hermann was crowned Miss Clark County 2009 by last year’s queen, Whitney Popp. Hermann is the 18 year old daughter of Gary and Janine Hermann.
    First Runner Up was Brittany Davis. She is the 20 year old daughter of Wayne and Kelly Davis.
    The second runner up was Emilee Carver. She was also named Miss Congeniality by the contestants. Carver is the 18 year old daughter of Ron and Sandy Carver.
    Hermann will be the official hostess of the Clark County 4-H Fair which will be held July 11-18 at the Clark County 4-H Fairgrounds. She will then represent her home county in the Indiana State Fair Queen Pageant August 21-23 in Indianapolis.
    Hermann received many special gifts for being crowned Miss Clark County 2009. She received: silver tray, sash and crown from the Clark County 4-H Corporation; $50 cash gift from The New Washington State Bank; $25 cash gift from Speciality Manufacturing; $50 cash prize from Farm Bureau, Inc.; $100 savings bond and plaque from Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden- Clark County Sheriff’s Department; $100 Dillard’s gift card from Dillard’s; $50 savings bond from MainSource Bank; $25 cash gift from Line X of Sellersburg; Bouquet of roses from Henderson Flower Shop; $50 gift certificate from Linda Toupin, National Sales Director- Mary Kay Cosmetics; Photo album, frame and crown candle holder from Miss Clark County 2008 Whitney Popp; Free dining, once a month for a year from Babby’s Steakhouse; Free sitting, 8x10 and mini proof book from Moment’s Photography, Inc.; Bath & Body Works gift basket from Kelsey Abbott, Miss Clark County 2007 and Family; Thank You Notes from Raneigh Prall, Miss Clark County 2005; Queen Crown Pin from Julee Carver, Miss Clark County 2003; Special gift from Emily Oliver-Jones, Miss Clark County 2000; Miss Clark County car magnet from Line X of Sellersburg; Computer bag from Clark Memorial Hospital Foundation; $15 gift certificate from Earth & Fire, Inc.; $100 cash gift from Judge Vicki Carmichael; $50 cash gift from Gibson Family & Cosmetic Dentistry; Free manicure and pedicure from All @ Once Salon & Spa; Monogrammed Vase- Miss Clark County 2009 from JDK Sand  Etching- Salem and Special gift from Barbara Popp Team, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Service.
    Davis, as first runner up, received: Silver tray and sash from Clark County 4-H Corporation; $100 Savings bond from Linda Toupin, National Sales Director Mary Kay Cosmetics; $50 cash gift from The New Washington State Bank; $50 cash gift from Speciality Manufacturing; $50 cash gift from Farm Bureau; $25 cash gift from Specialty Manufacturing; $50 cash gift from Jim O’Neal Ford; Thank You notes from Raneigh Prall, Miss Clark County 2005; Special gift from Julee Carver, Miss Clark County 2003; Special gift from Emily Oliver-Jones, Miss Clark County 2000; Computer bag from Clark Memorial Hospital Foundation; $25 cash gift from Gibson Family & Cosmetic Dentistry; $10 gift certificate from Earth & Fire, Inc. and a special gift from Barbara Popp Team, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Service.
    Carver received, for being named second runner up: Silver Tray from the Clark County 4-H Corporation; $25 cash gift from Speciality Manufacturing; $25 cash gift from Farm Bureau, Inc.; Thank You notes from Raneigh Prall, Miss Clark County 2005; Special gift from Julee Carver, Miss Clark County 2003; Special gift from Emily Oliver-Jones, Miss Clark County 2000; $25 cash gift from Line X of Sellersburg; Computer bag from Clark Memorial Hospital Foundation; $10 gift certificate from Earth & Fire, Inc. and a special gift from Barbara Popp Team, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Service.
    Carver, also received, as Miss Congeniality, a silver tray from Clark County 4-H Corporation, $25 cash gift from Farm Bureau, Inc.; $25 gift from Speciality Manufacturing; $25 cash gift from Gibson Family & Cosmetic Dentistry; Thank You notes from Raneigh Prall, Miss Clark County 2005; Special gift from Julee Carver, Miss Clark County 2003; Special gift from Miss Clark County 2000; $10 gift certificate from Earth & Fire, Inc. and a special gift from Barbara Popp Team, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Service.
    The other young ladies who participated in this year’s Clark County Queen pageant were: Kayla O’Brien, Samantha Forehand, Kelsey Johnson, Summer Wahl, Jessica Cook, Katie Shaw and Holly Abbott.
    All contestants received a pageant shirt from The Estopinal Group; Pageant tote from Earth First of Kentuckiana; Pageant rose from Aebersold Florist- Sellersburg/ New Albany and gift bag items from local businesses including: MainSource Bank Charlestown, Clark Memorial Hospital Foundation, Clark County REMC, Patricia Vogt, Mary Kay Sales Rep., Furnish Bay Wash, Jay C Food Store, Charlestown, McDonald’s, Sellersburg, Louisville Athletic Club, River Falls Shopping Center, Clarksville, Jill Sink, Judy Popp, Avon Consultant, Raneigh Prall, Dillard’s, Smoothie King, Great Harvest Bread Co., Gap Fabrication, Saint Catherine Regional Hospital, Whitney Popp, BB&T, Budget Print, The Evening News, The Leader, Braaten Family Eye Care, The REMC, Chase Bank, Charlestown, The New Washington State Bank, Charlestown and Clark/Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau, Jeffersonville.
    The 2009 Queen Contest Committee included: Kelsey Abbott, Keri Liechty, Whitney Popp, Raneigh Prall, Jill Sink, Reba Colley, Rachel Hermann, Trena Prall, Jenah Overbey, Sylvia Stahly, Amanda Jimenez, Patty Popp, Mary Carver and Kimber Sawyer.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2009 09:33