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Posted on: April 9, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Mayor congratulates hometown girl who recently won crown

Mayor, Americus Washington

Mayor William E. Cooper congratulates his niece, Americus “Princess” Washington, who is currently reigning as Mrs. Women in Business, Online Pageant, a title awarded by the Women Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs Pageant System of Lakeland, Fla. Washington, grew up in Enterprise and is a graduate of Enterprise High School. The wife and mother of three, with eight grandchildren, now lives near Fort Myers, Fla., and is an educator, speaker, coach and budding author in addition to operating her company, Angel Stylez Design, a custom designer of bling tees and apparel. She is also an active community servant who has a non-profit organization that sponsors swimming lessons for children and furnishes backpacks and school supplies for underprivileged kids, among other projects. Cooper said he is proud of Americus for her accomplishments and that she is a successful product not only of his immediate family but of the Enterprise community. Americus visited family and friends, and toured the city during her recent visit to her hometown. (Photo by Kay Kirkland – City of Enterprise)

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