East Rowan hosts Miss Junior Civitan Pageant to benefit RHM
Four high school juniors will vie for the title of East Rowan High Miss Junior Civitan on Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the school auditorium.
The general public may attend; the admission fee is three canned goods or $5. All proceeds will go towards Rowan Helping Ministries.
Junior Civitan is an organization of youth service clubs dedicated to making the world a better place. With 11,000 members across 350 clubs and four continents, Junior Civitans have an impact on the world. The East Rowan Junior Civitan Club is one of the largest clubs in the world, and Amanda Turner and Kathleen Stolfi are club advisers.
The 2016 Miss Junior Civitan will be crowned by Hannah Mayhew, Miss Junior Civitan 2015. Those vying for the crown include: Mia Graham, Grace Howell, Hailey Huffman and Victoria Trexler.
The contestants will compete in biographical sketches, talent, business and formal wear. The 2016 Miss Junior Civitan will represent the East Rowan Junior Civitans in events including the Holiday Caravan Parade. The 2016 title holder will be instrumental in planning the 2017 Miss Junior Civitan Pageant, and she will be a guest performer during the event.
East Rowan students will be stage hands and perform other duties, with Caroline Ervin as emcee, and Blake Safrit and Alex Gobble as pianists. Lauren Weisensel designed the pageant program. Other special entertainers include Dimensions Dance Arts performers Brayleigh Bebber, Tatum James, Emilee Potts, Heather Rinehart and Chelsea Skeens.
East Rowan instructors Kristen Almond, Meaghan Martin and Emily McNeil will be judges.
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