September 17, 2010
Contestants in the 59th annual Miss Cinderella Talent Show and Pageant at Northwestern Oklahoma State University are (back row, from left) Jennifer Nail, Miss Sharon-Mutual; Staci Stewart, Miss Burlington; Rachel Yauk, Miss Buffalo; Heather Crow, Miss Cimarron; Jada Hodges, Miss Woodward; Bailey Craig, Miss Kremlin-Hillsdale; Hartly Carlisle, Miss Laverne; Chelsie Livingston, Miss Seiling; Macy Hula, Miss Chisholm; (Front row, from left) Amanda Farris, Miss Timberlake; Chelsea Beck, Miss Shattuck; Kendra Price, Miss Fargo; Mary Zook, Miss Waynoka; Ashley Mueller, Miss Ringwood; Kayti Lavicky, Miss Cherokee; Hannah Kennedy, Miss Arnett; Madison Bird, Miss Alva; Hailey Roark, Miss South Barber (Kan.); Michaela Grace, Miss Tonkawa; and Jamie Tripp, Miss Aline-Cleo. Chelsay Adams, Miss Mooreland, and Estela Holguin, Miss Freedom, are not pictured. The high school seniors will perform in a talent show at 7:30 p.m., on Thursday, Sept. 23, and in the pageant itself at 8 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 24. Admission for each night is $9 for adults, $5 for students or a Homecoming button, which cost $10. Both events will be held in Herod Hall Auditorium.
Twenty-one young women representing high schools in Oklahoma and Kansas were on the Northwestern Oklahoma State University campus Saturday for an orientation session in preparation for the 59th annual Miss Cinderella Pageant held as part of the school’s homecoming celebration.
The contestants and their sponsors met with the pageant committee to review all requirements and rules associated with the talent show on Sept. 23, the pageant itself on Sept. 24, and Northwestern’s homecoming parade on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Dr. Janet Cunningham, Northwestern president, welcomed the contestants to campus.
The contestants were assigned to jewel groups—Amethyst, Emerald, Ruby and Diamond for judging—and had their photos taken for publicity purposes. The committee covered rehearsals, judging criteria, wardrobe requirements and all other activities connected with the pageant.
The 2010 contestants and the schools they represent, listed by jewel group are:
Amethyst – Chelsea Beck, Shattuck; and Amanda Farris, Timberlake; Macy Hula, Chisholm; Chelsie Livingston, Seiling; Jennifer Nail, Sharon-Mutual; Kendra Price, Fargo;
Emerald – Chelsay Adams, Mooreland; Heather Crow, Cimarron; Michaela Grace, Tonkawa; and Jamie Tripp, Aline-Cleo; and Rachel Yauk, Buffalo;
Ruby – Madison Bird, Alva; Bailey Craig, Kremlin-Hillsdale; Hailey Roark, South Barber (Kan.); Kayti Lavicky, Cherokee; Staci Stewart, Burlington; and Mary Zook, Waynoka;
Diamond – Hartly Carlisle, Laverne; Jada Hodges, Woodward; Estela Holguin, Freedom; Hannah Kennedy, Arnett; and Ashley Mueller, Ringwood.
Admission to either the Miss Cinderella Talent Show on Thursday, Sept. 23, or the Miss Cinderella Pageant on Friday, Sept. 24, is $9 for adults and $5 for students or $10 for a Homecoming button. Both events will be held in Herod Hall Auditorium. The button (with a value of $26) also is good for admission to the football game with Texas College on Saturday, Sept. 25, at 3 p.m., at Ranger Field.
Buttons, the main source of funding homecoming, may be purchased from Rialto, 516 Flynn; Radio Shack, 609 College; and the Alva Chamber of Commerce, 502 Oklahoma Blvd., all in Alva. Buttons also may be purchased on campus through Cathy Brown, campus button sales chair, at (580) 327-8547 or email@example.com. Button purchasers need to be aware that seating at events is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fri, September 17, 2010
by Erika Birk filed under