Katie Todd crowned Ms. FMU 2006
FLORENCE, S.C. – Katie Todd of Cassatt was crowned Ms. FMU during the annual pageant at Francis Marion University, March 30.
Todd is currently a junior at FMU. She is a member of Baptist Collegiate Ministries, where she has served as freshmen leader; and the Honors Student Association. She also participates in intramurals. Todd is a student marshal, and will soon be inducted into Phi Kappa Phi honor society. She is a two-time orientation leader and during spring and summer breaks, she does mission work in the U.S. After graduation, Todd plans to attend graduate school to receive a degree in mass communications and speech pathology. She plans to teach mentally challenged children how to speak. She is majoring in mass communications with a focus in public relations.
Magan Alicia Bishop, a senior from Johnsonville, was named first runner-up. She is a member of Baptist Collegiate Ministries, where she currently serves as the One Way Leader; the Honors Student Association, and the Math Club, where she served as president. She is also a member of the Education Club, Phi Kappa Phi honor society, and participates in intramurals. She is a student marshal and a three-time orientation leader at FMU. Bishop has also been an FMU Honors Ambassador to Germany and she tutors students in the Writing Center. She also spent time this past year volunteering to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, and she volunteers for vacation bible school and the Relay For Life. Bishop is majoring in elementary education with a specialization in mathematics
Jessica Millsaps, a junior from Lugoff, was named second runner-up. She is a member of Kappa Delta sorority, where she has held the office of vice president of membership, and been song leader. She is also a member of the Education Club and was a resident assistant for three semesters, where she planned and carried out various student activities while being responsible for 40 freshman and sophomore residents. Millsaps volunteers for the McLeod Children’s Hospital, the Pee Dee Coalition, and the Girl Scouts of America. She is majoring in education.
Chelsea Jennings Capps, a freshman from Conway, was named Miss Congeniality. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, where she currently serves as philanthropy chair. Capps is also an active member of the Greek Week committee, participates in intramurals, and volunteers for the McLeod Children’s Hospital and the Ronald McDonald House. She also volunteered for the Helping the Homeless Organization in New York last summer. After graduation, Capps plans to attend the Medical University of South Carolina. She is majoring in pre-pharmacy.
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