Miss Auburn Scholarship Program recruiting contestants, Little Sisters, Princesses

The Miss Auburn Scholarship program has announced open recruitment for contestants of the Miss Auburn and Auburn's Outstanding Teen pageants.

  • Friday, September 21, 2012 12:22pm
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The Miss Auburn Scholarship program has announced open recruitment for contestants of the Miss Auburn and Auburn’s Outstanding Teen pageants.

The program last year provided more than $65,000 in scholarships to young women in the Auburn community to help further their educational goals, plus development in talent and interview skills.

The program also encourages mentorship through being a Little Sister to a Miss Auburn contestant or Little Princess to a Teen contestant. They share in the fun of appearances in parades and other events, plus learning a dance number to showcase on stage pageant night.

Visit www.missauburn.org for more information and to apply.

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