Past queens include Kendra Staker, Linda Nourse, Paulette Oppy, Mary Agnes Bihl, Beth Elaine Watts, Suzanne Adkins, Sherry Flinders, Rhonda Phipps, Cheryl Ricks, Robyn Litteral, Stephanie Hicks, Gayle Beebee, LuAnn Conkel, Lyn Patrick, Terri Ott, Laurel Lemaster, Tammy Brook, Kimberley Meadows, Dawn White (Horsley), Cindi Beckett, Shellie Christian, Julie Blackburn, Beth Ann Garthee, Andrea Gifford, Shelley Lytten (Darnell), Stephanie Battle, Bobbi Jo Norman (Dillow), Amy Haas, Keriann Bennington, Lana Spriggs, Leslie Rodeheffer, Lynnsay Leesburg, Alyssa Bach, Charlene Darrell-Fields, Amanda Danielle Murray, Amber Huffman, Rebekah Mullins, Kalyn Sudhakaran, Jade Horner, Carrie Lewis, and Allie Wagner.
Dermatologist speaks on skin cancer
The American Cancer Society's I Can Cope program, in cooperation with Southern Ohio Medical Center, will have a meeting on skin cancer with dermatologist Ibrahim Zayneh, M.D., as guest speaker at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the SOMC Cancer Center, 1121 Kinney's Lane. This informative meeting is not just for cancer patients but is open to the general public as well. To learn about the risk factors and prevention strategies (e.g. “Is there a safe way to tan?”) call the American Cancer Society's Cancer Resource Center at (740) 356-7606 to preregister.
Republican committee meets Tuesday
Scioto County Republican Central Committee will have its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at New Boston Community Center, 3980 Rhodes Ave., New Boston. At the reorganizational meeting 2006 officers who were elected were Rodney Barnett, chairman; Sylvan Davis, vice chairman; Sharon McNelly, secretary; and Maxine Arnett, treasurer.