June 28, 2003
COLUMBUS - Miss Spirit of Georgia, Joan Marie Burns of Albany, won third runner-up in the Miss Georgia Pageant Saturday night. She will receive a $3,000 scholarship.
Kelley Bradshaw, Miss Albany, also made the top 10. It was her first appearance in the Miss Georgia Pageant.
Miss Savannah, Andrea Bailey, was crowned the new Miss Georgia and will represent the state in the Miss America Pageant in September.
First runner-up went to Miss Coastal Georgia, second runner-up was Miss Fulton County Kristen White and fourth runner-up, Miss Atlanta, Jana Methena.
For more information, visit the Miss Georgia website.
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