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Jazzmyn Armstrong named as 1st Runner-up in Miss ABAC event
Wins Miss Congeniality Award
Jazzmyn Armstrong
Jazzmyn Armstrong from Reidsville was selected as 1st Runner-up and Miss Congeniality at the 52nd Annual Miss ABAC Contest.

Jazzmyn Armstrong, an Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) pre-professional biology major from Reidsville, received 1st runner-up and Miss Congeniality in the recent Miss ABAC event held at the college.

She is the daughter of Earnest and Jenean Armstrong of Reidsville.

Charleigh Harper, a sophomore rural community development major from Nashville, was crowned Miss ABAC 2022. Other finalists included Abigail Zerwig, an agricultural education major from Metter, second runner-up; Lauren Brenneman, a rural community development major from Tifton, third runner-up; and Emma Jagus, an agribusiness major from McDonough, fourth runner-up.

Molly McKettrick, an agricultural communication major from Arcadia Fla., received the Essay Award in the contest. Zerwig received the Interview Award, which included a $500 scholarship, courtesy of Kenny, Kristen, and Karter Jane Smith.  Kristen Card Smith was Miss ABAC 2014.

Delaney Garcia, a writing and communication major from Albany, received the People’s Choice Award.

Proceeds from the People’s Choice fundraising portion of the event benefitted the Peanut Butter and Jesus Ministry of Tifton and the Ms. ABAC scholarship. Proceeds from the pageant benefitted the ABAC Agripreneurs Club and the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) Student Marketing Team.