Mesa Community College selects Miss Native MCC royalty

Kadence Sayles (Ft. McDowell Yavapai/Lakota), was crowned Miss Native MCC, and First Attendant Kaitlyn Yazzie (Navajo) was sashed during the winter pageant at Mesa Community College. Contestants participated in qualifying sessions including interviewing with the judges, introducing themselves, answering impromptu questions, demonstrating traditional talent, giving oral presentations of their platform and presenting a modern talent.


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