Seneca Valley student crowned 2013 Miss Butler County USA
Kourtnie Regan, 17, daughter of Kevin and Kim Regan of Seven Fields, was crowned the 2013 Miss Butler County USA.
This local pageant, which was held at the Kean Theatre on the campus of St. Barnabas Health System, is an official preliminary to the Miss Pennsylvania USA Pageant, which leads to the nationally-televised Miss USA Pageant.
Among the prizes won, Regan will receive her full entry fee paid for the Miss Pennsylvania USA Pageant, which is valued at $1,195, a crown from King's Jewelry, a $300 package from Salon Vivace in Treesdale, a $100 Macy's gift card and more.
Regan is a junior at Seneca Valley High School where she is an honor roll student.
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