Kaylan Young is named Miss Teen of Utah
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Miss Teen of Utah 
2017 Kaylan Young
Miss Teen of Utah 2017 Kaylan Young
Grand County High School senior Kaylan Young has been crowned Miss Teen of Utah 2017. She will now participate in the national Miss Teen of America competition this coming November in Orlando, Fla.

Kaylan, 17, is the daughter of Erin and KL Young of Moab. She will graduate in May 2018 and plans on attending Utah State University-Moab and Weber State University as a Geology major.

As Miss Teen of Utah 2017, Young will serve as an inclusion ambassador for American Pageants’ Special Olympics’ Spread the Word to End the Word charitable campaign. As a titleholder in the American Pageants Organization, she will have the opportunity to compete for the national title of Miss Teen Of America 2018 and earn more than $30,000 in scholarships, cash, travel and prizes.

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