Little Miss and Miss Brundidge crowned over weekend

Published 3:00 am Tuesday, April 21, 2015

MESSENGER PHOTO/JAINE TREADWELL Carter Senn was crowded Miss Brundidge and Aubrey Lightner was crowned Little Miss Brundidge.

Carter Senn was crowded Miss Brundidge and Aubrey Lightner was crowned Little Miss Brundidge.

Carter Senn was crowned 2015 Miss Brundidge and Aubrey Lightener was crowned 2015 Little Miss Brundidge at the Brundidge Business Association’s annual Miss and Little Miss Brundidge Pageant Saturday night at at the Pike County High School Fine Arts Building.

Carter Senn is a junior at Pike Liberal Arts School and Aubrey Lightener is a first grade student at Ariton Elementary School.

Carter said she is honored to represent her hometown and is looking forward to a year of

Sign up for our daily email newsletter

Get the latest news sent to your inbox

exciting opportunities.

“My mother, Sheree Carter Senn, and my aunt, Stephanie Carter Campbell, both represented Brundidge as Miss Brundidge,” Carter said. “I was hoping for the opportunity to represent my hometown community as they did.”

Carter said she is looking forward to the parades, the Miss National Peanut Pageant and all of the events and activities that are part of being a hometown representative.

“Being Miss Brundidge will give me many opportunities to meet new people and be involved in my community,” Carter said. “I’m looking forward to a wonderful year.”

Carter is dually enrolled at PLAS and Troy University. At PLAS, she is a member of the Math Team and the Excell Club. She is co-captain of the cheer squad, a member of the Twilighters, social/service club and a Dugout Doll.

She is a member of The Vine church in Troy and works with the children’s ministry. As a Twilighter, she visits the residents at Troy Health and Rehabilitation Center and volunteers with Sav-A-Life fundraisers.

Carter’s parents are Jason and Sheree Senn of Brundidge.

Little Miss Brundige Aubrey Lightener is no stranger to pageant titles. She is the reigning Little Miss Greater Geneva County Woodlands and Little Miss Tri-State Relay for Life.

But she was especially excited to be crowned Little Miss Brundidge.

“Being Little Miss Brundidge is something I have always wanted to do,” Aubrey said. “Now, I will get to do all the cool things the other little girl (2014 Little Miss Brundidge Addie Davis) got to do.”

Aubrey’s mom, Brittney Terry, said Aubrey watched the videos of last year’s winners and is excited about all the fun things she will get to do.

Aubrey is an active first-grader who makes good grades, plays softball and cheers.

Aubrey lives in the Roeton community. Her parents are Brittney Terry and Bradley Lightener

Winners in the other categories are: Arrelle Nagel, Tiny Miss; Ashlyn Adkins, Future Miss; Emily Mosley, Petite Miss; Kaylee Thurman, Young Miss; Korbin Adams, Pre-Teen Miss; and Madison Brown, Teen Miss.

First Runners-up are: Ansley Senn, Tiny Miss; Ja’Mari Cole, Future Miss; Caroline Senn, Young Miss; Jade Bradley, Pre-Teen; and Eden Hipps, Teen Miss.

The queens were crowned by Addie Davis, Little Miss Brundidge 2014 and Aimee Frankum, Miss Brundidge 2014.