Two Henderson State University students will be among the 92 women from across the state vying to become the next Miss Arkansas.
Competition begins June 13, with the crowning of Miss Arkansas June 19.
Miss HSU Jordan Jones of Glenwood will represent the university. She just completed her sophomore year as she pursues her bachelor’s degree in business administration in marketing.
Jones’s social impact statement is “Alert Today = Alive Tomorrow” to bring awareness to distracted driving. She will perform a clogging routine to “Boogie Fever.”
Miss Red River Valley Dawn Coffman of Texarkana, Texas, is a graduate student at Henderson majoring in clinical mental health and school counseling. Her impact statement is “Stand Against Child Abuse,” and she will perform “Never Enough” on flute.
All competitions will be held at the Robinson Performance Hall in Little Rock. The candidates will compete in evening gown, on-stage question, social impact statement, and talent.
Go to missarkansas.org for ticket and viewing information.
Miss HSU Jordan Jones
Miss Red River Valley Dawn Coffman