Miss St. Patrick’s Scholarship Pageant
February 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmCost: $10.00
Be crowned Miss St. Patrick’s during the Pilot Club’s Scholarship Pageant on February 19th at 6:30 PM at Dublin High School Auditorium. Spectators are welcome. Tickets are $10 at the door.
Miss St. Patrick’s Run of Pageant:
Clothing for Miss St. Patricks Pageant and Tea
Tea: A “Sunday or business dress” will be appropriate (please wear panty hoses and heels at the judges’ request).
Opening Group Dance Routine
This will be your first appearance on stage. We will provide you with a green T-shirt at rehearsal. You should have a pair of blue jeans with NO holes, white tennis shoes (flat Ked’s style), and white socks. The T-shirts will be worn tucked in and wearing a belt will be your choice.
Meet the Contestants
Business Dress Competition: This is your second appearance on stage. This is an individual appearance where you introduce yourself to the audience. A “Sunday” type dress or business suit with panty hose will be needed for this portion. You may use the same outfit for both occasions. No strapless dresses, sport-type outfits, sequins or cocktail dresses are allowed for this portion of the Pageant.
This is your third appearance on stage. This is an individual appearance (no speaking on your part) in casual attire. Casual wear is defined as a reasonable length skirt (not mini-skirt) or full-length trousers/slacks of a non-jeans material combined with a top (such as a dress shirt, blouse, polo, or sweater set) is considered acceptable. An informal dress with appropriate skirt length is also acceptable. We recommend you wear shoes that complement your outfit and that are comfortable. Part of your scoring is on originality. Feel free to spice up your outfit with accessories that complement your outfit.
This is your final appearance on stage. You may wear any long gown of your choice (no belly, navel or excess cleavage shown will be allowed). Do not feel that you must wear green! Wear a color that compliments your appearance. Remember that two stage lights will be on you at all times and you do NOT want them to shine through your dress. Please be sensible in your evening gown choice. The judges usually tend to score lower for dresses that show too much skin, excessively low cut or high slit dresses are discouraged.
Applicants must be aged 16-21, and a Laurens County resident or attending school full-time in Laurens County.
For application and rules, please click HERE. Application deadline: January 28, 2022.
Each contestant is asked to obtain her own sponsor. Sponsorship fee is $100. See application for more information.
NOTE: Please return all four (4) pages of this application to: Christina Howell – P.O. Box 4461, Dublin, GA 31040 OR email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please email Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Miss St. Patrick’s Queen is required to attend all official St. Patrick’s activities.
For information on more Dublin St. Patrick’s Festival events, please visit dublinstpatricks.com
Photo Credit: Pilot Club of Dublin via FB