Little Miss Douglas County Pageant takes place Saturday
This Saturday, 36 contestants will compete in the Little Miss Douglas County Pageant in five age divisions. Girls ages 2-17 years will vie for the titles of Little Miss, Junior Miss, Baby Miss, Teen Miss and Wee Miss Douglas County. The girls will compete in three areas: interview, modeling and talent.
Annie Austin, Miss South Lake Tahoe and Raechel Prosser, Nevada’s Outstanding Teen will be the emcees for the pageant. The younger contestants ages 2-5 years will compete in modeling at 12:30 pm. They will be judged by Rebecca Wallstrum, Kolina Nalder and Angie Nalder.
While the little ones are being judged in modeling only, the older contestants will each be interviewed privately by judges for their age group: Kari Ramos, Brooke Westlake and Suzette Bennett. They will begin the modeling and talent portion of their competition at 1:45 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for the event, which will be held at the Dance Workshop Performing Arts Center, 1697 County Road, Minden. The doors will open for the younger pageant at 12:15 p.m. and for the older pageant at 1:30. Seating is limited and tickets are now available at the Dance Workshop. For information, call 782-8717.