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Janice K. Johnson


Emily Clay Weinmann

  • Daughter and stepdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert St. George Tucker Weinmann and daughter of Ms. Cynthia Howson Weinmann.
  • Graduated from Metairie Park Country Day School
  • Attends the College of Charleston

A flair for art is part of life for Miss Emily Clay Weinmann, who wants to focus on her art during the upcoming year, while meeting new people through the debutante season.

She wants to pursue art education, graphic design and potentially a graduate program in computing in the arts.

She is the daughter and stepdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert St. George Tucker Weinmann and the daughter of Ms. Cynthia Lynn Howson Weinmann.

At Country Day, she was a two-time class vice president and member of student government, was active in theater and was on the tennis and cheerleading teams. 

At the South Carolina college, she is a member Sigma Kappa, the art society and active in rock climbing.

She has served as an assistant to the Studio Art Department and is facilitating an art program at a local retirement community this summer.

In a previous Carnival season, she reigned as queen of Harlequins and was in the courts of Squires, Les Pierrettes and Apollo.

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