Miss St. Francis Pageant & Former Titleholders Showcase Tickets Available

April 8, 2014

The 50th Annual Miss St. Francis Scholarship Pageant will be held on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at St. Thomas More HS Auditorium, 2601 E. Morgan Avenue; St. Francis, WI 53235, 7:00 PM. Former Miss St. Francis titleholders, Kelly Stone-Kuster (1993) and Ann Stawski, (1995) will serve as emcees.

A special “Miss St. Francis in Review” showcase will be held on Friday, April 25, 2014 at St. Thomas More HS beginning at 7:30 PM. Our returning titleholders will be sharing their memories, where they are now and providing special performances. Tickets for the showcase will be $5.00 for general seating and will be available at the door.

The winner will succeed Miss St. Francis 2013 Cecilia Margraff of South Milwaukee. Cecilia was second runner-up, and winner of a swimsuit preliminary, over-all evening wear & People’s Choice scholarships at Miss Wisconsin.

Special 50th Anniversary scholarships will be offered to all participants to the school of their choice. All contestants will be offered a $500 Special Anniversary Scholarship. Three runner-ups will be named and offered scholarships of $2,000, $1,500, and $1,000 respectively. Miss St. Francis 2014 will be offered a $3,000 scholarship and the opportunity to compete at the 2014 Miss Wisconsin Pageant in June 15-21 in Oshkosh, WI.

Tickets for reserved seating are $15. They are available from the contestants or by contacting David Goltz at 414-483-8353

The 2014 contestants and their community sponsors are: Claire Baumgartner – Mid-America Steel Drum; Samantha Hunt - St. Francis Days; Morgan Kloth – Allied Industries; Alixandria Koenig – St. Francis Dental Center; Alexa Nommensen – St. Francis Civic Association; Rachael Obst – PDQ Tooling ; Kaitlyn Serketich – Bella Grace Tanning Salon; Aryn Swann – St. Francis Brewery; Briar Swann – Bert’s Pub; and Brynn Weinzirl – Advance Products.

Every “Miss America” has to start somewhere! The 3rd Annual Princess Program offers young girls between the ages of 5-12 the fun opportunity to perform onstage before a live audience, dress up as a Princess and have a tiara placed on her head during a “Crowning Ceremony”. Princesses are welcome from anywhere. This is not a competition. For an application and fee information contact Cathy Berndt at rberndt2@wi.rr.com or Andrea Berndt-Bender andreacberndt@hotmail.com. Applications are also available on the web site: www.misssaintfrancis.com

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