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Miss Senorita Hispanidad crowned in Columbus

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The first Tri-City Latino Music Festival's Miss Senorita Hispanidad was crowned Saturday.

Katonga Wright, managing partner of The Wright Legal Group, served as a judge of the pageant.

The queen, Tanamai Ramos, was crowned Saturday afternoon after the Friday pageant.

"We are committed to diversity in our community, and it is a special blessing that our firm could be a part of a dream come true for the organizers of Saturday's event," explains Wright.

Mimi Woodson, Tri-City Latino Festival Co-chair, said, "Senorita Hispanidad's responsibility as the Tri-City Latina Queen is to represent the Latino community at various events, and be a role model for our community."

The queen, Tanamai Ramos, also was voted Best Talent at the pageant on Friday.

The runner-up for the crown was Ingrid Martinez, who was voted Miss Congeniality. The other young ladies that participated in the pageant were Yadrianiss Reyes, who won Miss Photogenic, and Maria Jose Martinez, who won Best Dressed.

Jessi Mitchell

Jessi joined the WRBL news team in October 2012 after working as a freelance production assistant for MTV Networks in Los Angeles.
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