Ms. Cailtyn Nolin, of New Brockton, will serve Enterprise State Community College as its 2019-20 Miss ESCC.
Nolin was chosen to wear the crown out of six contestants during the Miss ESCC pageant on Thursday, Nov. 21. She was crowned by the 2018-19 Miss ESCC Bethany Macon.
Nolin is the daughter of Keith and Cathy Nolin. She is a freshman agriscience education major at ESCC and plans to transfer to Auburn University to receive her bachelor’s degree in agriscience education and a master’s degree in administration. Her goal is to teach agriscience in the Enterprise area before taking a leadership role later in her career.
As Miss ESCC, Nolin will represent the college’s values and programs on our campus and throughout our local communities. She is awarded a $2,000 scholarship as a result of her new title.
Out of the remaining five participants in the Miss ESCC pageant, interpreter training major Presley Hall, of Geneva, was named first runner up, and early childhood education major Taylor Jordan, of Valdosta, GA, was named second runner up. Marketing major Brayton Martin, of Jack, was named the photogenic winner.
All six contestants in the 2019-20 Miss ESCC pageant were Caitlin Cedarstaff-Aaron, of Enterprise; Sierra Crawford, of Geneva; Presley Hall, of Geneva; Taylor Jordan, of Valdosta, GA; Alyssa Kyles, of Elba; Aiyanna Lee, of Enterprise; Nia Lofton, of Daleville; Brayton Martin, of Jack; and Cailtyn Nolin, of New Brockton.
To invite to Miss ESCC to your event or organization please contact Jennifer Olsen at 334-347-2623 ext. 2320.
Cutline: Freshman agriscience education major Caitlyn Nolin, of New Brockton, was crowned as the 2019-20 Miss ESCC on Nov. 21.