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Spotsy Regency has winners


 Winners include (front, from left) Kaitlyn McCain, Brooklyn Pate, Josie Jordan; (back, from left) Kelsey Caudill, Betty Nieset, Heather Marshall and Kiley Boutchyard.
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Date published: 12/24/2012

FROM STAFF REPORTS

Kelsey Victoria Caudill, 20, of Fredericksburg was selected as 2013 Queen Miss Spotsylvania Regency in a pageant held in late November.

The event was held in the theater of the Central Rappahannock Regional Library.

Caudill is the daughter of Barry and Kathy Caudill. She attends Germanna Community College, studying business.

She also works for the National Park Service at George Washington's Birthplace National Monument in Westmoreland County.

Betty L. Nieset of Stafford was selected as Ms. Regency of Virginia 2013.

She spent 11 years in the U.S. Air Force, rising to the rank of major, and she holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from California State University and a master's in computer resources and information management from Webster University in North Carolina.

She is a certified defense financial manager and is chief of the budget division at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations at Quantico.

She is the mother of twins.

Heather Marshall, 18, of Fredericksburg, was selected as Teen Miss Spotsylvania. She also received the best interview award.

Young Teen is Kiley Boutchyard, 12, who attends Dixon-Smith Middle School. She also received the best show number outfit.

Josie Jordan, 11, a student at Thornburg Middle School, is Junior Miss.

Brooklyn Lee Pate, 7, a student at Washington District Elementary School in Colonial Beach, is Little Miss.

Kaitlyn McCain, 4, a student at Crossroads Christian Academy in Spotsylvania, is Tiny Miss.

Also receiving honors were: Amanda Lynn Short, 16 of King George, 2013 Miss Model; Bella Bri Jordan, 4, of Fredericksburg is Miss Photogenic; Amanda Nicole Silva, 24, of Stafford is Miss Sweetheart; Kayli Grace Burton and Ashley Jordan received awards for top modal; Hannah Michelle Hodges and Dixie-Lynn Kile are photogenic hi-point; Faith Michele Turner, 8, of Stafford is Miss Personality; Addison Simmons, 4, of Rhoadesville, is Best Novice; Kayla Ann Fobbs, 11, of Fredericksburg is director's choice.

People's Choice awards on audience voting went to Addison Simmons in junior division and Stephanie Ennis in senior division. Addison Simmons, Tiffany Heflin, Hannah Chaffin, Hannah Hodges, Amanda Short and Stephanie Ennis were honored for prettiest smiles.

Best formal attire for beauty went to Alexis Nicole Drury, Heather Marshall, Amanda Short and Ashley Jordan.