Marina Kallias, a senior at Bishop Ryan High School, was recently crowned Miss Williams County at a preliminary pageant in Williston. She received a $300 scholarship from First National Bank & Trust and other gifts from Williston businesses. She will compete for additional scholarships and the title of Miss North Dakota in June in Williston. Miss North Dakota will go on to compete for the title of Miss America.
Minot students place in cooking contest
Submitted Photo - - Marina Kallias was recently crowned Miss Williams County at a preliminary pageant in Williston.
Minot High School-Magic City Campus students took second place in the 2012 FCCLA State Culinary Arts Competition Feb. 10 at North Dakota State University.
Payge Mitchell, Skyla Raciborski and Samantha Medina competed. The students had one hour to prepare shaved fennel and pear salad with parmesan, herbed apple glazed chicken and spiced brussels sprouts. Students were also judged on knife-using skills.
Fargo Davies took first place in the competition.
Winners announced in photo competition
Betty Nordstrom of Minot took first place in the color category of Minot Camera Club's monthly competition with her entry "Mass Destruction."
The theme for February's competition was photojournalism. Judging the competition was Marshall Hill of Minot.
Shelley Adams of Minot took first place in the digitally altered category with her photo titled "A Moment with Jeff." Black-and-white first-place winner was Richard Debertin of Berthold with his photo "Sand as Far as I Can See."
Other place-winning club members include Cara Harms of Bottineau and Helen Otto and Mary Swafford, both of Minot. There were 51 photos in the competition.