1998 Regular Session
By: Senator(s) Bean, Burton
Senate Concurrent Resolution 562
(As Adopted by Senate and House)
A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION COMMENDING AND CONGRATULATING MISS JENNIFER LEIGH ADCOCK, MISSISSIPPI'S JUNIOR MISS FOR 1998.
WHEREAS, Jennifer Leigh Adcock is the 17-year-old daughter of Jesse and Janet Adcock of Hattiesburg, Mississippi; she was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, and lived there until 1994, and is currently a senior at Oak Grove High School; and
WHEREAS, Jennifer was chosen Lamar County's Junior Miss in June and participated in the Mississippi Junior Miss Program in Meridian on November 6-8, 1997; during preliminary competition, she was a winner in Physical Fitness, Presence and Composure, and Creative and Performing Arts, and on the final night of competition she was named the overall winner in Creative and Performing Arts, as well as Mississippi's Junior Miss for 1998; and
WHEREAS, she will represent the state at the America's Junior Miss Program in Mobile, Alabama, on June 26-29, 1998; and
WHEREAS, for her Creative and Performing Arts competition, Jennifer played the piano which she has studied for 11 years and for which has been awarded Superior ratings in many competitions; she is now a student of Dr. Lois Levanthal of the School of Music of the University of Southern Mississippi; and
WHEREAS, Jennifer's activities and honors include the following: Honor Roll Student at Oak Grove High School; Distinguished Scholar Program of Oak Grove High School; Mu Alpha Theta Math Honorary Society, Officer; Beta Club; Tri-M Music Honor Society, Officer; Interact Club; Oak Grove High School Golden Spirits Dance Team; Oak Grove High School Warrior Band and Dance Team; Who's Who in American High Schools; Oak Grove High School Beauty, 1997; Oak Grove High School Most Beautiful, 1998; Senate Page, 1995; American All-Star Dance Team, 1996; American All-Star International Goodwill Tour Performance in London, England, 1996; Mississippi Music Teachers' Association State Special Recognition Recital, 7 years; and Active Member of First Baptist Church of Hattiesburg, Mississippi; and
WHEREAS, it is with great pleasure that we recognize this beautiful and talented ambassador of Mississippi and her community:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CONCURRING THEREIN, That we do hereby commend and congratulate Jennifer Leigh Adcock of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, upon being named Mississippi's Junior Miss for 1998.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this Resolution be presented to Jennifer and that copies be made available to members of the Capitol Press Corps.