As the 2015 Little Baby Miss North Dakota, Avery Falk is available for community service events, parades and activities at nursing homes.
One-year-old Avery, of Steele, finished second place at the 2015 Dream Girls USA Nationals in June at Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in Wisconsin Dells, Wis. The daughter of Ashley and Brett Falk, Steele, Avery also won the cover model finalist honor.
During Avery’s reign as baby Miss North Dakota, she will be at many events for community service requirements for her pageant this year. Her family plans to raise money for the Centennial Park Improvement Project for her hometown.
In order to do this, the family has been working with the Steele Betterment Committee and the Winterfest Committee. The family will host a fundraising pageant talent show that includes a photo contest Nov. 21 in Steele. Proceeds from the event will go toward new, safer park equipment. The 2015 Miss North Dakota Dalanie Wiedrich will perform at the pageant.
The event has pageant age groups for girls/women who are 4 months old to 30 years old and older. Each division will have 10 people per group. The talent show is for boys, girls, men and women of all ages.
People can enter the Winterfest Pageant in two categories: the supreme package or basic package. The supreme package includes beauty (Sunday’s best, flower-girl style dress), Christmas theme outfit of choice side awards and the Supreme title for $100. Those who do not enter this package will not be eligible to win the Supreme Queen crown, which includes a cash prize. The basic package includes division queen titles, Christmas theme outfit of choice and side awards for $75.
In addition to pageant events, there are other events. People can enter the talent show, photogenic contest and the “Mommy and Me” event. The talent show includes prizes for first, second and third place for $25. The photogenic contest is $25, and those who enter must submit a digital image. The “Mommy and Me” event is free to mothers and daughters who are registered for supreme pageant events.
There is also a Miss Congeniality contest. The winner of that contest will be whoever refers the most contestants.
There are several age groups that contestants can enter in. Age groups include: 4 to 11 months for Baby Miss, 1 to 3 years old for Tiny Miss, 4 to 6 years old for Little Miss, 7 to 9 years old for Junior Miss; 10 to 12 years old for Pre-teen Miss, 13 to 17 years for Teen Miss, 18 to 29 years old and unmarried for Miss, 18 to 29 years old and married for Mrs., and 30 and older for Ms.
The Winterfest Supreme Queen will win a rhinestone-trimmed, custom-embroidered crown, $125, a free photoshoot with prints and digital copies and more. Only one Winterfest Supreme Queen will be crowned and will go to the contestant who has the highest score in the entire pageant.
Each age group will have awards for fourth through first runner-up, Winterfest Queen, prettiest hair, best dress, best personality, prettiest smile and prettiest eyes.
Only one person will win the Winterfest Christmas Spirit Queen, which is the highest score from the Christmas outfit of choice. And only one team will win the “Mommy and Me” Supreme Queen team.
There is no double crowning, meaning a contestant cannot win queen and the Supreme Queen crown. A contestant can win two crowns if winning the Miss Congeniality contest.
A free workshop will be about three weeks before the pageant in Steele. The workshop is intended to help contestants become more experienced.
This is a natural pageant system. Attire will be up to semi-glitz, which means rhinestones on dresses are OK. There will be no hairpieces, fake eyelashes, flippers, spray tans, etc. allowed. Judging will be based on attire (proper fit, theme/age appropriate), personality and model-T formation while on stage. No makeup is allowed on children 12 years of age and under.
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