Four competing in Miss SAU 2014 pageant

Four Southern Arkansas University students will be vying for the Miss Southern Arkansas University 2014 title starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 23, at Harton Theatre.

The contestants include Chelsa King, Sarah Clayton, Randee Jo Langley and Sierra Lites.

Chelsa KingKing, 23, from Stamps, Ark., is a senior physical education wellness and leisure major. Her platform is “Let’s move,” and her talent will be a vocal performance.

Sarah ClaytonClayton, 19, from Camden, Ark., is a sophomore business administration major. Her platform is “Texting and driving: it can wait,” and her talent will also be a vocal performance.

Randee Jo LangleyLangley, 18, from Crossett, Ark., is a freshman business administration major. Her platform is “Bullying has no age limit,” and her talent will be tap dance.

Sierra LitesLites, 19, from Grapevine, Ark., is a freshman nursing major. Her platform is “Be a leader – be involved,” and her talent will be a piano performance.

SAU scholarships will be awarded as follows: $5,000 for the winner, $2,500 for first runner-up, $400 for talent, $100 for evening gown (provided by Serenity Day Spa), and a $100 vocal award (provided by Zach Seaton).

Additional entertainment for the evening will be provided by Kathy’s Dance Arts Studio, Miss Arkansas 2013 Amy Crain, Miss SAU 2013 Ashley Walthall, SAU’s “Encore,” and SAU students Chandler Walley and Taylor Brown.

General admission for the event is $3. SAU students with I.D. get admission for $1.

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