Denise D. Adams wins 30th District Prince Hall Affiliated 2015 Miss OES contest

Denise D. Adams wins 30th District Prince Hall Affiliated 2015 Miss OES contest
July 30
00:00 2015

In above photo: Denise D. Adams (submitted photo)

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Denise D. Adams, a member of Rose McCloud Chapter #608 Order of the Eastern Star in Walkertown, won the 2015 Miss OES Queen’s contest for the 30th District Order of the Eastern Star, P.H.A. The contest was held on Saturday July 18, at the Prince Hall Masonic Temple on East 14th Street.

The first runner-up was Tonya Woods, a member of Meridian Chapter #308 and second runner-up was Shannon Fulp, a member of Sisters of Bivouac Chapter #530.

Other members who participated were Marcelle Shell, Worthy Matron of Beauty of the West Chapter #36; Janice Ramandan, member of Queens of Olympic Chapter #620; and Jacqueline McKoy, member of Sisters of James H. Young Memorial Chapter #592.

Adams has been a member of Rose McCloud #608 for over 29 years and currently holds the position of secretary.

She is a member of Emanuel Baptist Church.

She is a graduate of Morgan State University and is a lifetime member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

Adams has served as the Winston-Salem City Council member for the North Ward since 2009.

She serves on many committees and boards for the city and other organizations.

Worthy Matron Latasha Wilson-Lane was mistress of ceremony for the program Gwendolyn Joyner, district deputy grand matron of District 30, presented the contestants with gifts and certificates and gave closing remarks.

A reception for the queen and her court and the guests was held immediately after the program in the Masonic Temple fellowship room.

Past Matron Carolyn Jones and Past Matron Cynthia Acker were the co-chairs for the 2015 Miss OES contest.

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