10 Most Beautiful Women 2013

Meet the 20 gorgeous gals who were chosen as finalists to compete in the 417 Magazine 10 Most Beautiful Women contest.

Year after year, 417 Magazine celebrates local women who are beautiful both inside and out—contributing to our community through their work, their commitment to community service or just fabulously being themselves.

For this year’s 10 Most Beautiful Women contest, readers nominated more than 60 women, each and every one a living, breathing example of true beauty. Next, the 417 Magazine staff narrowed the list to 20 finalists. You can meet these finalists on the following pages. Round 1 lasts through June 2 and the top 15 women who garner the most votes will then advance to Round 2 of voting, which goes from Monday, June 3 to Friday, June 7 at 5 p.m. At that time, the top 10 vote getters will become this year’s 10 Most Beautiful Women.

Winners will be announced in the September 2013 issue of 417 Magazine, and they’ll strut their stuff on the runway at 417 Magazine’s Indulge: An Evening for Women event on September 26 at Hickory Hills Country Club. Plus, each woman chose a charity (which you can see listed on the following pages), and the woman who receives the most votes during the voting period will get to donate a portion of the Indulge ticket sales to her charity. The winner will be announced the night of the event.

Shanda Cobb | Marilyn Creek | Ann Buehler | Jennifer Choi | McKenna Medley | Emily Gifford | Stephanie Lael Lewis | Kayce Morton | Charity Middleton | Sara Forhetz | Cristal Dawn Hedrick | Eugenia Alcocer Peters | Jennifer Aldridge | Kristen Bergman | Dawn Davis | Kara Edson | Crystal Reynolds | Crystal Webster | Alice Wingo | Stephanie Woodall

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