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2003

Tiffany Boyce crowned Ms. FMU

FLORENCE, S.C. – Tiffany Boyce of Florence was crowned Ms. FMU during the annual pageant at Francis Marion University, April 7.

A mass communication major, Boyce is involved with the FMU Orchestra and Alpha Delta Pi sorority. The junior is also an FMU cheerleader and is on the Dean’s List. Upon graduation, she plans to become a news anchor or radio personality.

Audra Peeler of Charleston was named first runner-up. She is a junior and is involved in Baptist Collegiate Ministry, participating in Bible study and intramurals. A mass communication major, she plans to work as a pharmaceutical sales representative or a public relations agent.

Casey Covington of Kingstree was named second runner-up. She is a junior and is active in Alpha Delta Pi sorority, the Education Club, and intramurals. An education major, she plans to obtain a master’s degree in administration and become a school superintendent.

Kristin Griebe of Charleston, was named Ms. Congeniality. She is a junior and is on the President’s List. A psychology major, she plans to attend graduate school and work as a crime scene investigator.

Ms. FMU must be a full-time student, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5, and choose a community service project. The winner is selected based on an interview, pageant performance and overall bearing and ability to best represent Francis Marion University.

Other contestants in the pageant, by hometown, were:

Aynor: Nealy Cook
Beaufort: Ashanda Heyward
Blenheim: Lindsay Gardner
Darlington: Ashley Howle
Dillon: Mary Khalil, Anna Myers
Florence: Elizabeth Pritchard, Amanda Giordano, Christina Barbacci, Lisa Hurley, Stephanie Chavis, Tomarra Eaton
Society Hill: Jessica Kirby

#140 / 4-9-03

Last Published: March 17, 2004 10:20 AM
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