KAYSVILLE -- Seven young ladies will be vying for the title of Miss Kaysville-Fruit Heights on Saturday evening at Davis High School. There are also four teens going for the title of Miss Teen. The scholarship pageant is a preliminary to the Miss Utah and Miss America Pageants.
The event is from 7 to 9 p.m. in the high school auditorium at 325 S. Main St. Tickets are $8 and may be purchased at the door or in advance at Bowman's Market.
Those competing in the Miss Kaysville-Fruit Heights Pageant include: Ellie Tucker, 17, of Kaysville; Eryn Campbell, 19, of Kaysville; Chelsea Miner, 20, of Kaysville; Emma Morgan, 19, of Kaysville; Mikelle Memmott, 19, of Kaysville; Heather Countryman, 17, of Kaysville; and Bianca Perez, 17, of Kaysville.
They will compete in interview, talent, evening wear, swim wear, and onstage question. Each contestant also has a platform they plan to promote through community service should they win the title. The winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship and a tuition scholarship to Weber State University. Additional scholarships will be awarded to runners-up.
Those in the Miss Kaysville-Fruit Heights Outstanding Teen pageant include: Aubrianne Boseman, 15, of Fruit Heights; Golda Dopp, 13, of Kaysville; Sarah Madsen, 16, of Fruit Heights; and Rachel Thompson, 13, of Kaysville.
Categories of competition include interview, talent, lifestyle and fitness, evening wear, onstage question, and scholastic achievement. The winner will be awarded a $200 scholarship and go on to compete at the Miss Utah's Outstanding Teen pageant in October.