PHOTOGRAPHED on April 14 after the 2018 Miss Payson Scholarship Pageant had drawn to a close, Megan Hall, queen, (far left) can be seen receiving a congratulatory hug from outgoing Miss Payson Kaisley Theobald. First Attendant Noelle Wall (center) and Second Attendant Aubrey Schmidt (right) are pictured while being crowned by Miss Payson Pageant Board-members. The new royalty were described by Payson Mayor Bill Wright as “the cream of the crop” when they were properly introduced to Payson City officials on May 2 by Renae Crouch, who serves as Miss Payson Scholarship Pageant Director. Look for the new queens at events in the months to come as they spend a year representing the City of Payson.  

PHOTOGRAPHED on April 14 after the 2018 Miss Payson Scholarship Pageant had drawn to a close, Megan Hall, queen, (far left) can be seen receiving a congratulatory hug from outgoing Miss Payson Kaisley Theobald. First Attendant Noelle Wall (center) and Second Attendant Aubrey Schmidt (right) are pictured while being crowned by Miss Payson Pageant Board-members. The new royalty were described by Payson Mayor Bill Wright as “the cream of the crop” when they were properly introduced to Payson City officials on May 2 by Renae Crouch, who serves as Miss Payson Scholarship Pageant Director. Look for the new queens at events in the months to come as they spend a year representing the City of Payson.
 

 Wendy Osborne is pictured channeling Mother Teresa via PowerPoint presentation at Payson Library. As founder of the charity Tabitha's Way, she, too, is an inspiration. Here, she is at the April 10 Payson & Santaquin Chamber of Commerce luncheon speaking before the business community and civic leaders on behalf of the Payson Lions Club, of which she is a member. The Lions Club is seeking help in their efforts to fund a new teen technology room at the public library in Payson's historic downtown district.

Wendy Osborne is pictured channeling Mother Teresa via PowerPoint presentation at Payson Library. As founder of the charity Tabitha's Way, she, too, is an inspiration. Here, she is at the April 10 Payson & Santaquin Chamber of Commerce luncheon speaking before the business community and civic leaders on behalf of the Payson Lions Club, of which she is a member. The Lions Club is seeking help in their efforts to fund a new teen technology room at the public library in Payson's historic downtown district.