Miss Oklahoma to emcee pageant at Northwestern

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Miss Oklahoma to emcee pageant at Northwestern

October 8, 2009

Taylor Treat, Miss Oklahoma 2009, will emcee the Miss Cinderella Pageant at Northwestern Oklahoma State University on Friday, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m. in Herod Hall Auditorium.

Treat is a senior at the University of Oklahoma majoring in human relations. During her years at the university, she was a four-year member of the OU Pom squad and was named the 2008-09 captain. She was an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and served as an executive officer. Treat also was selected to be in the prestigious President’s Leadership Class and was named to the President’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls for her scholastic achievement.

Miss Oklahoma 2009
Miss Oklahoma 2009 Taylor Treat will emcee Northwestern’s Miss Cinderella Pageant on Friday, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m., in Herod Hall Auditorium.  

At age 3, she began dancing at the Central Oklahoma Dance Center in Ada. By the age of 10, she had been accepted into OU’s Ballet Youth Program, the Austin Ballet and the Houston Ballet. Through these experiences she fell in love with dance and has remained committed to mastering her craft. Now at age 21, Treat has been teaching and doing competition choreography for three years.

Two years ago Taylor created an event titled “Bowling with the Queens,” an event geared toward building positive relationships, raising money and creating awareness for Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). The event has brought in more than $4,000 the past two years for CMN and served more than 100 children from the Boys and Girls Club of America with a day of bowling, snacks, prizes, a visit from “Sooner,” the OU Mascot, and local title holders or “Queens” from the Miss Oklahoma organization.

As Miss Oklahoma 2009, Treat looks forward to a full year of promoting her platform, Engaging Students through Service-Learning. She has high hopes that one day Oklahoma will require service-learning in each school, giving children better personal skills, helping them build contacts and preparing them for a brighter future. She also is very excited to work with Children’s Miracle Network and hopes to continue raising funds and awareness for this great philanthropy.

Treat is the daughter of John and Debra Treat of Ada. She has three brothers Jerrad, Preston, and wife Allicyn; and Connor. She also is the proud aunt of two nephews Zackary, 5, and Will, 3.