Miss and teen contestants of the 2014 Miss Central West Virginia Scholarship Pageant, an official local preliminary to the Miss West Virginia Organization. The pageant will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday at Elkins High School.
Casey Gunnoe, 19, is a biology major at New River and Technical College. Her parents are Keith and Sheraine Gunnoe. She is from Princeton.
Kirstie Kalany, 20, attends West Liberty University and is studying broadcast communication. She is the daughter of Donna Kalany and is from Wheeling.
Ava Collar, 20, is a sophomore at Davis & Elkins College studying exercise science. Her parents are Pete and Crystal Collar. She is from Parsons.
Jordan Robinson, 18, is a Freshman at Concord University. She is studying to receive a Bachelor of Science in pre-professional biology. Her parents are Ricky and Tracy Robinson. She is from Mathias.
Corie Posey, 21, attends West Virginia University studying interior design. She is the daughter of Marilyn Posey and is from Clarksburg.
Morgan Smith, 22, is a student at Wilmington College. She is studying for a Bachelor of Arts and Communication Art. She is from Parkersburg.
Lauren Roush, 19, is a freshman at West Virginia University. She wishes to obtain a Master of Arts in secondary education. Her parents are Jamie and Rebecca Roush and she is from New Haven.
Taylor DeWitt, 19, is a senior at Tucker County High School. She will be attending West Virginia University in the fall studying hygiene. She is the daughter of Laurie Sine and lives in Parsons.
Maggie Power, 23, is a graduate student at West VirginiaSchool of Public Health. She would like to obtain a lawyer. She is the daughter of Susan Power and the late William Power and lives in
Tana Smith, 19, is a freshman at Piepont Community and Technical College. She hopes to become an agriculture teacher with a specialization in special ed. Her parents are Roger and Rebecca Smith. She lives in Parsons.
Erica Sorenson, 15, attends Spring Mills High School. She is the daughter of Eric and Myra Sorenson.
Amber Marstiller, 17, is a junior at Elkins High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marstiller of Beverly.
Natasha Ray, 15, attends Tygart Valley Christian Academy. She is the daughter of Daniel and Jodi Ray and is from
Callie Arbogast, 17, is a Junior at Phillip Barbour High School. She is the daughter of Vince and Tammy Arbogast of