THE MISS MASON AREA MENTORSHIP PAGEANT
REPRESENT THE AREA THAT YOU LIVE IN?
JR. MISS TITLES:
JR. MISS SHELTON
JR. MISS BELFAIR
JR. MISS MATLOCK
What is the Miss Mason Area Mentorship Pageant? It’s an extension to the Miss Mason Area Scholarship Pageant. Empowering young women through friendship, to become confident and be leaders in their communities.
1. To be eligible you must be a Mason County resident and provide proof of residency of where you live when asked. Example: Your address is 129 Oak St. Shelton, WA. You will compete for the title of Miss or Jr. Miss Shelton.
2. Jr. Miss Division: must be in the 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grades for the 2019 school year.
3. Miss Division: must be in the 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades for the 2019 school year.
4. ENTRY FEE $50 ALL CONTESTANTS RECEIVE A GIFT, T-SHIRT AND PERSONAL PHOTO OF THEMSELVES FROM FEATHER PHOTOGRAPHY.
5. Contestants can compete in one pageant: the Miss Mason Are Scholarship Pageant on June 15th from 1-4pm or the Mentorship Pageant is held on June 15th from 6-8pm.
WHAT WILL I BE DOING IF I AM CROWNED AS ONE OF THE WINNERS?
There are only 4 required community service events and 2 parades for the entire year! Winners will participate in 2 photo shoots during their reign.
Formal Attire Information:
Bring your bling and glam and take center stage. Sparkle and shine, but yet be yourself.
Jr. Miss Contestants are to wear a short cocktail dress only! No high low dresses, form fitted dresses or long dresses are allowed in these divisions. Contestants that decide to wear a long dress will receive a ten point deduction, no exceptions! There are no restrictions on shoes, parents should use their best judgement on what makes their child feel comfortable and what looks age appropriate on them.
Miss contestants are to wear long dresses only. No short dresses or high low dresses are allowed. Contestant will receive a ten point deduction, no exceptions! Prom dresses and evening gowns with embellishments are all acceptable. However please note that facial Beauty, a well put together look, stage presence and personality are far more important than how much you spend on your dress. We want our contestants to be able to enjoy and afford their pageant. Our contestants have an equal chance of winning the highest title regardless of whether you had a top designer make your dress, bought it off the rack or borrowed a dress from a friend. There are no restrictions on shoes, parents/contestant should use their best judgement on what makes them, or their child feel comfortable and what looks age appropriate on them.
Make up is allowed in all divisions, it needs to be tasteful and age appropriate makeup to enhance your beauty on stage. Your daughter may look washed out on stage, so makeup needs to be very age appropriate, we also don't want a 14 year-old looking like she is 18 years old.
One parent or chaperone is allowed backstage to assist your daughter getting dressed and doing hair and makeup. There will be no sibling backstage unless they are competing. Wrist bands will be given to all parents and chaperones, if you do not have a wrist band on you will be asked to leave. Hair should be nice and dressy as you would wear for a special occasion. "Flippers" which are fake teeth are NOT allowed, if you have missing teeth or braces, you will NOT be marked down for it, this is a natural part of childhood, so the judges do expect to see missing teeth and braces on some of our beautiful contestants!