Miss Hamilton

Miss Hamilton stands against domestic violence

Miss Hamilton Chandler Mordecai stands with Hamilton Mayor Bob Page after a resolution was passed recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

By Louis Mellini
Staff writer
HAMILTON — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Miss Hamilton, Chandler Mordecai, attended the Hamilton City Council meeting to voice her support of those who have been deeply affected by domestic abuse.
Mordecai, a Winfield native, started the initiative “Victory Over Domestic Violence” in 2014, which aims to help individuals who are in need due to situations of domestic violence.

Miss Hamilton, outstanding teen visit Hamilton council

Pictured from left are Hamilton City Councilmen Scott Robertson and Wade Williams, Mayor Bob Page, Miss Outstanding Teen Harper Howard, Miss Hamilton Emee Baldwin and Hamilton City Councilmen Matt Sims, Ross Reed and Scott Tyra.

By Louis Mellini
Staff writer
HAMILTON — Miss Hamilton, Emee Baldwin, and Miss Hamilton’s Outstanding Teen, Harper Howard, attended the Hamilton City Council to speak to the mayor and council about their time in Hamilton and their goals after winning the competitions.

Winkler is crowned Miss Hamilton 2020

Shown (from left) in their gowns are Ashlyn Winkler (Miss Hamilton), Samantha Hennings (Miss Outstanding Teen) and Blakeney Tibbs (Miss Hamilton Rising Star).

HAMILTON - Ashlyn Winkler has been crowned as the new Miss Hamilton 2020 during the annual pageant. 
Winkler is from Dora and attends the University of Montevallo. She majors in speech-language pathology, which correlates to her platform statement, “Shining a Light on Autism Acceptance.”
Samantha Hennings became the newly-crowned Miss Outstanding Teen 2020. Hennings is from Springville and is a junior at Victory Chrisitan School. Her platform is “Just Breathe,” which helps to bring a light to mental illness, but more specifically, anxiety and depression.