Miss CW 2013 Contestant: Mona Wilder 

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Mona Wilder landed on what is now the Gulf of Mexico near the Yucatan Peninsula in the late Cretaceous Period and ultimately caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. She has been setting beauty standards among royalty and revolutionaries alike from Mycenae, to Mongolia, to Machu Pichu.

She slithers her way to the forefront for those ready to experience a Wilder way of life.

Mona Wilder's counterpart, Adan Jorq, hails from Sugarhouse, Utah. He studied Musical Theatre, Mask-Making, and Modern Dance at Southern Utah University.


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