You have been selected to be invited to attend the Miss Milwaukee Organization Workshops for 2010-2011, The Miss Milwaukee Organization has had local title holders that have moved on to great success.
AGES 17-24 for "Miss" contestants 13-17 for "Teen" contestants and 9-12 for "Junior" contestants in addition to "Princess" contestants 5-8 can attend one or more of these free meeting to get inside information and tips from directors and former titleholders about competing for the 2 Miss Milwaukee Organization Titles. Because you were selected, we know you have what it takes!!!
At the meeting you can also officially register in person for a spot in the competition. Parents and friends are invited!! Email for more details or questions.
Directions to Marian Center for Non Profits Auditorium:
Take Howard Ave. Exit on I94 either direction to or from Milwaukee. Go East until Howard Ave. ends at Lake Drive. Proceed North(left) on Lake Drive go about ½ mile until you see the Marion Center on your left. (It will be past the Cousin's Center) Enter 1st driveway before the Main circle drive (if you hit Oklahoma Ave. you are too far) You will see parking on your left and a "u" cove on your right, do not park in the driveway, use the lot on your left. The entrance door is marked and is just off the driveway; go to the third floor and take a left and walk down the corridor to the auditorium.
Address of Marian Center for Non-Profits: 3211 S. Lake Drive, Milwaukee, WI. 53235
A. Contestant Information- HOW TO ENTER
NOTE: There is a questionnaire that you need
to email back if you are interested in participating to reserve your spot by ASAP. NOTE: you can enter both pageants or just one pageant, however you can choose to attend your workshops anytime that it is convenient for you.
All contestants are to attend a MANDITORY "in person" meeting to reserve your space, review requirements, take your photo, and meet pageant Directors. The schedule IS LISTED ABOVE AND BELOW. Parents are invited also.
The Miss Milwaukee, and Miss Southern Wisconsin Outstanding Teen Pageants are official Miss America Preliminary Pageants that qualify the winners to participate in Miss Wisconsin held in June 2011. All coordinators, assistants, helpers and entertainers with these pageants are volunteers.
F. Email back this questionnaire ASAP: email@example.com
City, State, Zip
Age (birth date & year)
Year graduated from High School or year to graduate:
(If under 18 years old) Parent Name & Phone:
What is the talent presentation you are thinking of presenting for the pageant?
(could be just a first idea at this point, if you are not sure, let me know)
Let us know what kind of talent such as dance, sing, etc.
(90 sec. max., keep in mind rules do exist about
costumes and props- please ask if you need to)
1. Are you an American Citizen?
2. What Grade in School are you?
3. What school do you attend?
4. Will you be 18 before Dec. 31, 2011
5. What are your parent's names and address?
Never hesitate to ask questions. We are not only Directors but we were participants.
email us or contact us through our Miss Milwaukee Organization page on Facebook.
Cory and Michele
Miss Milwaukee, and Miss Southern Wisconsin Co-Chairman
CONTESTANT INFORMATION -PRIZES/FEES
Junior & Outstanding Teen
Miss Southern Wisconsin, Miss Milwaukee
Miss Southern Wisconsin - March 27, 2011
Outstanding Teen and Junior
Outstanding Teen and Junior-April 11th
(ALL PAGEANTS Open to any State resident)
Marian Center for Non-Profits
Auditorium, 3211 S. Lake Dr. Milw., 53235
ALL CONTESTANTS RECEIVE TIARA AND PRIZES!!
10 will be provided
Sales go toward promotion award.
Each division winner: crown, banner, embroidered jacket, gifts, flowers.
Runner ups: tiara, gifts
TEENS ONLY Time Limit: 1:30
CD must be provided ahead.
Junior's Optional Talent: $25.00
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PAY FEES WITH PROGRAM BOOK ADS!
50% OF ADS SOLD GO TO FEES. (let us know if you want ad forms!!)
Other Details and answers to questions:
Contestants asked to donate a basket valued at $20.00 for our auction. Not mandatory.
Competition area intro Cards: to be turned in by each
Contestant(will be read by MC)
Formal Wear: include items about yourself, family, school, activities and sponsors.
Talent: include items about talent, background, music, training, etc. (MUST NOT EXCEED 90 SECONDS!)
On Stage Questions:
Questions will be in a fish bowl during formal wear.
Juniors will receive questions before the pageant.
Each contestant will be allowed one person to help them backstage. Badges will be given out for this purpose.
Junior will be Alphabetical
Outstanding Teens will randomly pick numbers.
Photos will be taken at rehearsals for all programs. (no submitted photos will be used) Advertising can be placed in all programs. Let us know if you are interested
See below for Junior. Outstanding Teen is a separate sheet with National guidelines.
Junior contestants will receive all their scores after pageant.
JUNIOR SCORING REVIEW:
Interview: 40% - First impression, sense or confidence, age appropriate appearance, ability to communicate, personality, eye contact, sparkle, naturalness. (this is now a panel interview with 5 judges)
Party Dress/Cocktail Dress Modeling: 40%- (t- modeling) impression, age appropriate attire, attractiveness, sense of confidence, carriage, naturalness, poise, posture, gracefulness, and personality projection.
On Stage Question: 20% Response to question, on stage personality, ability to communicate, vocal quality.
Optional Talent - entertainment value, appearance, projection and use of stage, wardrobe or costume -value to performance - special award presented to winner.
Scoring 1-10 Scale - 10-Outstanding, 9- Excellent, 8-Very Good/Excellent, 7-Very Good, 6-Good,
5-Average/Good, 4-Average, 3-Some Effort, 2-Minimal Effort, 1-Failed to Perform