Applications being accepted for Miss Pioneer Way Pageant

  • Tuesday, June 13, 2017 1:36pm
  • Life

The second annual Miss Pioneer Way Pageant is currently accepting applications. This pageant is open to girls ages 3-12 who have travelled along Pioneer Way.

Divisions include Tiny — ages 3-4, Mini — ages 5-6, Little — ages 7-8, Young — ages 9-10 and Junior — ages 11-12. A queen and first princess will be selected from each division and will accompany Miss Oak Harbor Royalty in the Fourth of July parade.

Entry fee of $25 and applications are due by June 23. Space is limited to 20 contestants in each division.

This is an all-natural — no make-up — pageant, and contestants are asked to learn the lyrics to “Grand Ol’ Flag.”

Applications are available at the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce, Peoples Bank, Whidbey Playhouse and by emailing to pageantwyse@gmail.com

Miss Pioneer Way is presented by Pageant Wyse Inc., which provides scholarships for young women interested in the advancement of their education through the spirit of a competition that embodies the four points of the crown: scholarship, service, success and style.

For more information contact Jes Walker-Wyse, director, at pageantwyse@gmail.com

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