Moon shines as Miss La Verne

Tom Anderson
Editor in Chief

In a ceremony that saw five beautiful and talented women from the University of La Verne compete for the title of Miss La Verne 2007, it was senior political science and Spanish major Lauren Moon who wound up winning the hearts of the judges and the crowd Saturday night.


The event began roughly 15 minutes after the scheduled 7 p.m. start time, with executive director and 1999 Miss La Verne Dana El-Mahmoud introducing the contestants, followed by the master of ceremonies, Mayor Pro Temp Don Kendrick, who in turn introduced the judges and the auditors who would tally the judges’ votes.

Posted Feb. 16, 2007
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