Sharpsburg's Eskins to compete for pageant title

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Elizabeth Eskins of Sharpsburg is competing to be Miss Teen Georgia USA 2014. Eskins is 17 and a junior at East Coweta High School. 


Elizabeth Eskins, 17, of Sharpsburg will compete for the title of Miss Teen Georgia USA 2014 in November at the Woodland Performing Arts Theatre in Cartersville. 

Miss Eskins is the daughter of Mark and Karen Eskins of Sharpsburg and granddaughter of Ed and Jackie Kimberly of Fayetteville. She is a junior at East Coweta High School and member of the Marching Indian Band. Elizabeth enjoys volleyball, camping, golf, shopping and modeling.

The Miss Georgia Teen USA and Miss Georgia USA pageants are the Official Preliminaries to the Miss Teen USA, Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants and are a Donald J. Trump and NBC Universal joint venture. The young woman chosen as Miss Georgia USA 2014 will go on to represent the state in the 2014 Miss USA pageant as seen live on NBC television.

For more info contact Martha Ellen Christopher, Pageant Coordinator at 615- 891-0557



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