Lauren Dickson, Miss Perry County, competed for the title of Miss Tennessee in Memphis, and was a top twelve finalist.
Lauren won the Overall Interview Award, was first runner-up for the Public Relations Award, and second runner-up in Spotfund and Children’s Miracle Network fundraising.
She was the EFG winner, raising over $15,000 for Miss Tennessee scholarship fund.
During her eighteen months as Miss Perry County, Lauren secured over $48,000 for the Miss Tennessee organization, and managed over $20,000 for food assistance. She performed 370 hours of community service, and made forty-nine public appearances.
Kristie Rhodes, who served as Lauren’s Director for her term as Miss Perry County. received the New Outstanding Director award.