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Jennifer White named 2010 Miss Historic Jonesborough

Knoxville native Jennifer Leigh White earned the title of Miss Historic Jonesborough during the scholarship pageant held Saturday.
White, 23, holds a degree in journalism and currently is pursuing a second degree in criminal justice. She hopes to one day get her law degree and become a district attorney.
White ran on a platform focusing on healthy, active youth and sang as her talent during Saturday’s competition.
Alexandra Honeycutt, a Johnson City native, was crowned Miss Johnson City.
Honeycutt, 20, is a junior at East Tennessee State University where she is majoring in the sociology of education.
Sarah Stokely of Newport earned the title of Miss Northeast Tennessee. Stokely, 17, is a senior at Cocke County High School and hopes to one day teach in the same school system.
The crowning of new queens also meant bidding farewell to last year’s winners.
McKenzi Hurt, last year’s Miss Historic Jonesborough, and Keisha Wilson, last year’s Miss Johnson City, were both on hand to crown their successors at the pageant, which was held at the Appalachian Fairgrounds.