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Our 2021 MS Maine

Lyndsay Merrill

2020 MS Maine

Crystal Annis and 

2019 MS MAINE and and National titleholder Mrs. AWOS

Chan Himm

                              The American Women Pageants and

               YAWOS-AWOS  programs of Crossroads and Trademarked. 

 

For more information, visit the national website at 

Winners of the MASP State Pageant will advance to the national pageant each summer. 

The MS/Mrs Maine American Women Pageants are copyrighted and trademarked by Crossroads as an educational program and pageant for females of all ages. All rights reserved. 

Titles for other state titles are available by contacting AmericanWOS@yahoo.com

 

      Programs of 

 

 

The American Women Pageants offers a fun program for youth and women which include:

 

Young American Women Pageants, a competitive program for ages 4-19. The program also allows for a non-competitive program for Little Princesses. 

State Pageant will be held at the Double Tree Hotel in So. Portland Maine in September 2021. 

14 prestigious International Titles:

Each Contestant will compete in 4 areas of competition for the divisional titles in the women division and 3 in the younger group, .

  • Personal Interview - A panel-style interview, designed to allow the judges to better get to know the delegates. This phase of the competition will account for 40% of the overall score.

  • Contestants in the Younger Group will be 45% interview, 25% Fun fashion, and 30% gown.

  • Out on the Town Fashion or Fun fashion for the younger group - Contestants are asked to select an outfit that best exudes their personality that they would wear "Out on the Town".  Judges will be looking for overall confidence and how the outfit compliments the delegate. This phase of the competition will account for 20% of the overall score.

  • Evening Gown - Contestants are asked to select a full-length evening gown of choice and to answer an onstage question. Questions will be selected by the judges from questions asked during the interview. Evening gowns will be scored on question response, poise, and overall confidence. This phase of the competition will account for 30% of the overall score.

  • Optional Competitions - Contestants are asked to enter at least one optional competition that will account for 10% of the overall score. Contestants may wish to participate in multiple/all optional competitions which will result in the highest optional score incorporated into the overall score.

    • Photogenic: Contestants submit one 8x10 photo or photo collage of up to 3 images to be reviewed by the judge's panel.

    • Role Model: Contestants submit a community service portfolio containing images, community service hour log, letters of recommendation, and/or descriptions of leadership roles for review by the judge's panel.

    • Personal Platform Presentation: Contestants submit a creative video no longer than 2 minutes about their personal platform for review by the judge's panel.

    • Positive Pageantry Writing: Contestants submit an essay style writing between 500 and 1000 words about positive pageantry (any area or relation to) for review by the judges.

    • Non-performance Talent: Contestants submit evidence of their talent via photographs or video for review by the judges.

    • Talent: Contestants may perform a 2 minute talent on stage for the judges.

    • Americana Theme Wear: Delegates may choose to model an "Americana" themed outfit for the judges on stage.

    • Fitness Wear: Contestants choose a fitness outfit that best compliments them and projects their confidence. Contestants will walk the stage and present a 15-second speech on how fitness, confidence, and beauty relate to them.

    • Speech: Contestants will present a 2-minute speech of choice to the judges live during the optional competition.

    • optionals may vary and details will be outlined in the annual handbook.

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