September 11, 2007
Lindsay Glass (center), newly crowned Miss Cherokee, poses with Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith (right) and his wife, Bobbie Gail Smith, who is a former Miss Cherokee. Miss Cherokee represents the Cherokee Nation throughout the year as a goodwill ambassador to promote Cherokee government, culture and history (Courtesy photo).
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TAHLEQUAH, Okla.-Hoping to represent the Cherokee Nation and its citizens in the upcoming year, five young women recently vied for the title of Miss Cherokee, but only one could be named the winner. Lindsay Glass of Kansas, Okla., won the Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition and was crowned during the State of the Nation Address Sept. 1.