Tayrn Chuter of Corvallis crowned Miss Montana 2011

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Glendive — Taryn Chuter, 23, of Corvallis, won the title of Miss Montana and a chance to represent Montana at the Miss America Pageant in Las Vegas next January. Until then, she is Montana’s ambassador, speaking to schools and at conferences and special events. Her platform is educate and motivate: preventing childhood obesity.

Chuter won a $5,000 cash scholarship, plus $11,500 in applied scholarships and many prizes, including a silver service tea set that Mitchell Oil Field Service has been giving to Miss Eastern Montana or Miss Montana for 29 years.

Chuter tore her ACL in college track and has had a year and a half of rehab, but was still able to win the talent competition with her lyrical dance. Daughter of Page Thomas and Chris Chuter, Tayrn won the preliminary swimsuit and evening gown contests in the two previous nights’ competitions.

First runner-up was Veronika Ohlinger, of Cooke City, singing “Black Velvet.” She also won the Spirit and Leadership Award given by the production staff and $2,500.

Chantell Bury, 20, Glendive, was second runner-up, winning $2,000 in a cash scholarship. Bury was voted Miss Congeniality by fellow contestants, and voted most photogenic by Right Impressions, the official photographer for the week. Bury also won the Miss America State Community Service Award of $1,000.

Third runner-up Gillette Vaira, 24, of Lambert, was Thursday night’s evening gown winner and received the Miss America $1,000 Scholar Academic Award and the interview award.

The Miss America Scholarship Program is the largest contributor of scholarships for young women, giving out $45 million last year.

Fifteen-year-old Jalyssa Gorder, of Sidney, was crowned Miss Montana’s Outstanding Teen Friday night at the Dawson County High School auditorium in Glendive. Daughter of Shane and Lisa Gorder, she won a $1,000 scholarship and will represent Montana in Orlando, Fla., in August. Gorder performed a lyrical dance to “Jar of Hearts.” Her platform is stay active, stay fit, be healthy.

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