Angel Morehouse crowned as Queen, Amelia Bruner as Princess Sunday evening

Monday, July 1, 2024
From left, Jaeden Mietus, Grace Stanley, Queen Angel Morehouse, 2023 Queen Tanay Egnew, Princess Amelia Bruner, Delainey Strosnider and Molly Settles at Sunday's pageant.
Photo by Patti Danner

The 2024 Miss Greene County Pageant was held Sunday evening at the Greene County Community Event Center at the 4-H Fairgrounds.

Three ladies, Amelia Bruner, Delainey Strosnider and Molly Settles vied for the Princess crown and three others, last year’s Princess Jaeden Mietus, Grace Stanley and Angel Morehouse competed for the Queen’s crown.

After interviews with the judges Ellen Rinnert of Bloomington, Taylor Ping of Unionville and former Miss Greene County Emma Records, conducted in their most professional business attire, the six contestants donned formal gowns and each was, in turn, required to answer a question onstage.

When the judges had made their final decisions, the contestants scored as follows:

• Princess Second Runner-Up: Delainey Strosnider

• Princess First Runner-Up: Molly Settles

• Princess: Amelia Bruner

• Miss Congeniality: Delainey Strosnider

• Queen Second Runner-Up: Jaeden Mietus

• Queen First Runner-Up: Grace Stanley

• Queen: Angel Morehouse

• Miss Congeniality: Grace Stanley

2024 Queen Angel Morehouse said she looks forward to the coming year and her duties as Miss Greene County and said her win came as a complete surprise.

“I totally did not expect to win,” she said. “I am super-excited at what’s to come.”

In an adorable family moment, Strosnider’s little sister Kambri, who was 2023’s Little Miss Greene County, congratulated her big sis with a hug.

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  • Congratulations to all you young ladies!

    -- Posted by purdue65lady on Mon, Jul 1, 2024, at 12:46 PM
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