Zeta Phi Beta Sorority holds annual debutante pageant on Dec. 7

Rho Nu Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. will hold its annual Blue Revue Debutante Scholarship Pageant on Dec. 7, at the Lane Rental Hall in Weir.  This year’s theme is “A Mid Winter’s Dream.”

Mariah Johnson, Jamie Windom and Alexis Brooks will be presented as Debutantes of 2019. One young lady will be crowned as Miss Zeta Debutante 2019 and serve as a Goodwill Ambassador for the sorority. Other awards presented will be First Princess and Second Princess, the Jasmine Russ College Fund, Miss Congeniality, the creative and performing arts award.

Jacqueline Terry and Curry Atterberry, Jr.  will be the toastmaster and toastmistress. Entertainment will be provided by the Weir Praise Team and Pricilla Anderson.

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased from any chapter member.

Mariah Johnson is the daughter of Elisha Harmon and Randy and Terry Johnson. She attends Travelers Rest Church where she is active in Youth ministry, Sunday school secretary and sings in the youth choir. 

Mariah is a member of the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club Choir, Mayor's Youth Council, and Big Red Band Color Guard.  She has been selected as Class Maid her freshman, sophomore and junior years. In her spare time, Mariah enjoys volunteering with the local Girl Scout Troop #3221, spending time with friends, expanding her passion for arts and crafts and shopping. She is being escorted by her classmate and friend, Kobe Carter.

Jasmine Michelle Windom is the daughter of James and Mildred Windom. She is a member of Macedonia M.B. Church.

Jasmine is a senior at Central Holmes Christian School in Lexington.  She is involved in many extracurricular activities including the Honor Society, Student Council, Show Choir, Drama Department and the Media Club.

Her future plans include attending Holmes Community College in the Fall of 2020 to major in Biology and pursue a career in Nursing. She is escorted by her twin brother, James Windom.

Alexis Brooks is the daughter of Cynthia Brooks.  She is an active member of Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church and the National Council of Negro Women Youth Section.

Alexis currently attends McAdams High School where she serves as President of the Senior Beta Club. She is elated to graduate in May of 2020. In her spare time, she loves helping her peers and younger children with anything they need. She loves playing video games, reading books, writing poems and learning new information.

Alexis has already been accepted into Holmes Community College and will start in the Fall of 2020. Her future educational endeavors include majoring in education and psychology with plans to pursue career in Educational Psychology. She is being escorted by her best friend, Qualyn Witt.