Mom Prom Queen Contestants

Marilyn Conley

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Toni Nelson

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Renae Sellers

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Pam Taylor

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Marilyn Conley

 

Marilyn Conley moved to Waycross to begin a new life eight years ago. She soon married Neil Conley and joined New Life Assembly of God Church.

Marilyn is a certified life coach and leader of a recovery group she started at her church. 

She coaches women and men to find recovery for themselves.  Marilyn is person in long term recovery and displays her recovery wherever she goes. 

Marilyn has two daughters. She is a full time salesperson at Ashley Furniture Store in Waycross.


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Toni Nelson

Toni is currently employed by Southeast Health District as the Public Information Officer/Risk Communicator.  She was formerly employed at the hospital for the past 25 years.  She graduated from Pierce County High School and is an alumni of Okefenokee Technical College.  She earned her bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Kennedy-Western University.

Toni serves on several boards in the community such as the Waycross-Ware County Chamber of Commerce Executive Board, and Vice-Chair of Coastal Pines Technical College Board of Directors.  

  • She is married to Alvin D. Nelson and is the mother of two beautiful daughters.   She enjoys working in her church, Greater Mount Zion A.M.E.

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Renae Sellers

 

Evangelist Renae Sellers is married to Samuel Sellers and serves alongside him at The Upper Room Outreach Ministries, Inc.  She is employed part time by Unison Behavioral Health.  She also is the founder, president and lead instructor of Victorious Living Bible Institute.  

She loves helping others and serves through many ministries and community organizations. 

Renae is a graduate of Pierce County High School, Liberty University, Practical Christianity Institute of Evangelism, and Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary.  She is pursuing her Doctorate in Christian Education.


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Pam Taylor

 Pam was born and raised in Waycross, GA.  She graduated from Ware County High School and the University of Georgia College of Education.  Pam is the mother of a son and daughter and Nana to two of the cutest little boys you will ever see.  Pam is very active in her community and has held leadership roles for Waycross-Ware County Chamber of Commerce, Waycross Mainstreet, Rotary Club, Rebuilding Together, United Way and many more.  Pam is a 1998 graduate of Waycross Leadership (best class ever).  She is a member of Central Baptist Church,  Pam is excited to be a part of Mom Prom to benefit Bethesda Recovery. 


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What is Mom Prom

 Mom Prom is a wonderful and hilarious night of fun and dancing with your friends while raising funds for a worthy cause. You're gonna LOVE it!   

 

Wear your old prom dress, bridesmaid dress, wedding dress or formal and come dance the night away.  Southern Exposure Photography will be there to help you capture those great memories from the night.

Mom Prom Queen

 Yes! A Mom Prom Queen will be crowned at the end of the night.  Who will it be?!!! Be sure to vote for your choice.  

Our Charity

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 Bethesda Recovery is a non-profit recovery residence for women that are caught in addiction. They have been loving women back to life for over 20 years!  Bethesda offers a way out and new beginning.  Bethesda provides a faith based recovery program that is taught in a family-style setting.  The women learn how to do life and how to build relationships.  They also learn to give back to the community they live in.  In our world today, we all know someone that needs recovery.  Bethesda does recovery and they do it well! 

Bethesda Recovery, Inc.

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1010 Mary Street

Waycross, GA  31501

912.283.8580

Bethesda Gift & Thrift Shop

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Conveniently located on 972 Tebeau Street.  It is a ministry of Bethesda Recovery, Inc. and is designed to offer new, used and handmade items.  It also offers work experience for women in recovery.   Proceeds from the store support Bethesda Recovery, Inc.  Pick up is available for large items.

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