MORVEN — A second-grader was named the Little Las Amigas at an event the group’s Morven chapter held last month.
The Morven Chapter of Las Amigas, Inc., held its 29th annual Little Miss Las Amigas Pageant May 21 at Morven Elementary School. Darehunia Webster, of Morven, was crowned the 2016 Little Miss Las Amigas.
Webster is a second-grader at Morven Elementary and is the daughter of Katrisa Willoughby, of Wadesboro, and Darryl Webster, of Charlotte. She was sponsored in the pageant by Joletha Little.
The second-place winner was Arrington Camille Ratliff, daughter of Demetrica Ratliff and Kenneth Marshall, of Morven. Ratliff was sponsored in the pageant by Johnie Pettiford. She is in the Head Start program in Morven.
The first-place winner was Taishay Watson, daughter of Risden Powell and ShiKendra Lowery of Morven. She was sponsored by Judy Simon.
The pageant theme was “Daddy’s Little Girls: Pretty in Pink.” Alexandra Harrington, of Wadesboro, served as the mistress of ceremonies. Ashton Mitchell provided entertainment.
The Morven Chapter of Las Amigas, Inc., is a non-profit group that provides educational and other social activities designed to improve the Anson County community. There are ten members: president Joletha Little, vice-president Judy Simon, recording and corresponding secretary Patricia McCoy, historian and reporter Ernestine Gaddy, financial secretary Elizabeth Kersey, treasurer Winnie Bennett; parliamentarian Beulah Pratt, sergeant-at-arms Marilynn Bennett, Johnie Pettiford and Brenda Deberry.
Winnie Bennett is the treasurer of the Morven chapter of Las Amigas.