Megan Woodley, Lone Grove, returned in August from The National Fine Arts Festival of the Assemblies of God with third place honors in the Female Vocal Solo category.


Megan Woodley, Lone Grove, returned in August from The National Fine Arts Festival of the Assemblies of God with third place honors in the Female Vocal Solo category.


The festival, held at Charlotte, N.C., is designed to help students discover and develop their ministry gifts. Woodley competed against more than 500 soloists to garner the third place national ranking.


The Plainview senior earned a competition slot at the “nationals” in April when she sang at the Oklahoma District Fine Arts Festival, receiving a “superior with invitation to nationals” rating.


She has competed in the district and national competitions for five years. This is the second year she has made it to the final round.


Woodley is a member of Lone Grove Assembly of God Church, where she is active in the youth group. She is a four-year member of Forte, the Plainview High School Honor Choir, directed by Diana Frederick. She is also a five-year member of the All-State Chorus and All-District Chorus. Woodley is a voice student of Betty Wintle, Southeastern Oklahoma State University.


The daughter of Mark and Sharon Woodley, she is the granddaughter of Tom and Linda Brandt and Wayman and Joyce Woodley and the great-granddaughter of Iris Landrum and Ernestine Brandt.