Stamper Family Project
 Jasmine Osborne
2004 Miss East Kentucky Teen Pageant


The GFWC/KFWC Pikeville Junior Woman's Club has announced Jasmine Anne Osborne as winner of the
2004 Miss East Kentucky Teen Pageant.

Osborne is the 15-year-old daughter of Joey and Beverly Jo Osborne of Pikeville and a sophomore at
Pikeville High School. She performed "Don't Rain on My Parade" for her talent presentation, and her
platform is "Juvenile Diabetes Awareness."

Osborne won a one-year tuition scholorship to Big Sandy Community & Technical College, a $500
wardrobe from Dawahares of Pikeville, a $100 savings bond from the Pikeville Junior Woman's Club,
a gift of silver from Hefner's Jewelry, a photography sitting by Damron Photography, a Mary Kay
consultation by Fayetta Pergrem, flowers from Angela's Flowers, and her tiara of crystal and pearls
was provided by Hefner's.

Osborne also won the preliminary interview award. This was a gift of crystal from Castle's Jewelry.
Since winning the title, Osborne has also been named as a national ambassador for juvenile diabetes.

First runner-up honors were presented to Kayla Jordon Gayheart, the 16-year-old daughter of Curtis
and Angela Gayheart of Mousie, and a junior at Knott Central High School. Gayheart performed a
humorous monologue, "Edith Ann", and her platform is "PSI" -- Postponing Sexual Involvement". She
won a $75 savings bond from the Pikeville Junior Woman's Club, a gilt of silver from Castle's Jewelry,
and flowers from Angela's Howers. She also won the Lucille Smith Teen Sunshine Award.

Elizabeth Cross Meade, I 6-year-old daughter of Melissa Staggs and Mike Meade of Pikeville, won the
preliminary talent award for her performance award for her performance of "A New Life." This was a
gift of crystal from Castle's Jewelry. Kristie Nicole Harr, 17-year-old daughter of James and Karen Harr
of Pikeville, won the Most Influencial Teacher Award sponsored by Gary C Johnson, attorney at law.
Misti Gaile Dixon, Miss East Kentucky 2003, and Tony Compton, Pike County Leadership Council president,
hosted the event. Special entertainment was presented by Sarah Billiter, Miss Kentucky Teen 2003,
who sang several selections; Max Smith, who played the piano; Holly Reynolds; Whitney Fleming,
Stephanie Billiter and Sarah Billiter, who performed "Lady Marmalade" from the movie, Moulin Rouge;
and the Kentucky Dazzlette Majorettes, directed by Carla Harris. Cory Copley, Aaron Damron,
Alexis Damron and Miah Elswick assisted with the pageant.

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