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Spring Miss Mayday Pageant to be held May 18


The Danville High School cheerleaders and the Danville High School volleyball players are sponsoring the Spring Miss Mayday Pageant May 18 at 10 a.m. in the Danville High School gym. All of the proceeds will go to benefit the cheerleaders and volleyball players.
A queen and two alternates will be awarded in each age division with more than four contestants. A photogenic award will be given in each age division for those who participate. There will be a charge of $10 per photo.
A winner in each age division will receive a crown. A People’s Choice winner will be crowned based on the contestant with the most votes. Votes will be $1 per vote, and friends and family can cast their votes the day of the pageant in the gym.
There will be a $50 entry fee for pageant contestants.
Awards will also be given for the prettiest eyes, hair, smile and dress in each division.
This is a semi-natural pageant. While makeup is allowed, contestants are asked to keep the makeup age-appropriate. Absolutely no flippers or fake hair or wigs are allowed. A Sunday dress or short or long dresses will be accepted, however, pageant dresses are strongly recommended.
Contestants may rehearse between 8:30-9:45 a.m.
The age divisions are announced as follows.

  •   Baby Miss: 0-11 months
  •   Tiny Miss: 12-23 months
  •   Petite Miss: 2-3 years
  •   Precious Miss: 4 years to kindergarten
  •   Little Miss: first and second grade
  •   Beautiful Miss: third and fourth grade
  •   Pre-Teen Miss: fifth and sixth grade
  •   Junior Miss: seventh, eighth and ninth grade
  •   Miss: 10th, 11th and 12th grade

    All entries must be received by May 10. The charge for admission will be $5 per person except for the contestant and one female. For more information about the pageant please email or
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