(SANDUSKY) -- Samantha Orchard, a 14-year old freshman at Sandusky Schools, was crowned the new Miss Sanilac County Outstanding Teen 2013 Sunday at the Sandusky Middle School. The crown had previously been held by Erika Lentz of Applegate. Samantha is the daughter of Mark and Julie Orchard of Sandusky. She performed a musical theatre dance "The New Girl In Town" from Hairspray. Samantha will represent Sanilac County in the June 2013 Miss Michigan Outstanding Teen Contest. Her entrance fee into the pageant and the opening number dress that she will wear is being paid for by the Miss Sanilac County Pageants.
The first runner up was 14-year old West Bloomfield resident Darbi Dombrowski, the daughter of Karie Ross. Darbi sang "I Want to be a Star" a musical theatre vocal during the competition. She won a $100 scholarship. Second runner up, 13-year old Diana Davis of Clawson performed a violin solo. Diana is the daughter of Gregory and Donalea Davis. She also received a $100 scholarship.
The Miss Sanilac County 2013 Scholarship Pageant will be held Sunday, November 25 at 7 p.m. at the Sandusky Middle School. The cost is $15 per person. In attendance will be the reigning Miss Sanilac County, Clarissa Martin of Sandusky. For more information call 810-648-3331. The Sanilac County Pageant board would like to express sincere thanks to those who have supported and continue to support the pageants.
Photos submitted by Bill Dixon