Miss Kaw Lake Pageant rescheduled to July 10

Ponca City Now - June 1, 2015 8:00 am

The Miss Kaw Lake Pageant has been rescheduled for Friday, July 10.

This year the pageant was changed to coincide with KawFest, said Ca’Trina Rathbun, pageant coordinator for the Kaw Lake Association and Pure NRG Pageants. Due to the high water level and the rescheduling of KawFest, the pageant has also been rescheduled.

Applications for the Miss Kaw Lake Pageant are now available for girls up to age 18 to enter. This year the pageant will be held at the Kaw City Community Center with the crowning on Saturday, July 11. That will be at KawFest on Sandy Beach at the south end of Kaw Lake. The theme is “Last Girl Standing.”

Applications are now being taken and deadline to register has been changed to Monday, June 15. There are four categories: Baby Kaw Lake, ages 0-5; Little Miss Kaw Lake, ages 6-9; Jr. Miss Kaw Lake, ages 10-14; and Miss Kaw Lake, ages 15-18. Entry fee is $45.

“This is a natural pageant and all make-up should be age appropriate,” Rathbun said. “Dresses can be Sunday dress, flower girl dress or natural pageant dress.”

In addition, girls can also enter the Outfit of Choice, which is outdoor wear, anything related to sports or outdoor activities. Fee for the Outfit of Choice Category is an additional $25. Girls can provide their own music for a maximum of: 90 seconds and props are allowed.

The first 15 girls to enter by Friday, June 5 can save $15 on their OOC entry after entering the Miss Kaw Lake Beauty part. All entrants will be given a tiara. The Miss Kaw Lake winners will receive a full crown and sash. The OOC winners will receive a special tiara. Entry deadline is Friday, June 26.

“We encourage you to enter soon,” Rathbun said.

For information, call Rathbun at 580-716-5451 or the Kaw Lake Association at 580-762-9494, or visit Facebook pages for Kaw Lake Association or Pure N.R.G. Pageants.

Entries should be turned in to the Kaw Lake Association, 3517 Lake Road, Ponca City, OK 74604.


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