Rockville - posted Nov, 30 2012
The Rockville Community Alliance is looking for new a “Miss” and a “Teen” to be the successors to Katlyn Lewicke, the 2012 Miss Greater Rockville, and Cassia Shoaf, Miss Greater Rockville's Outstanding Teen (respectively). Their exiting year as titleholders will come to an end when the 2013 Miss Greater Rockville Scholarship Pageant takes place this year on Feb. 16 at Rockville High School. Young girls 14-17 years of age are eligible to compete as a “teen” contestant, and young women 17-24 years of age are eligible to compete as a “miss” contestant. This pageant is the local level of the Miss America Organization, and awards are given in scholarships. Last year's scholarships totaled more than $1,000. Teen winners will go on to compete for the Miss Connecticut's Outstanding Teen title, and Miss winners across the state will continue on to compete for the Miss Connecticut title. State winners eventually move on to competefor the “Miss America” title which is televised each year in January. There will be an orientation on Jan. 19 or 20 (details are still being worked out) and a Zumba fundraiser, also to be held in January. For more information, anyone interested may contact Teri Rogers at: email@example.com or at 857-222- 8649. More information is also available at: www.rockvillecommunityalliance.org.