As part of the 2018 Mum Festival season of events, the Miss Mum Pageant will be held this weekend on Friday, September 14th.
“The Miss Mum Pageant is truly a celebration of the young ladies and future leaders in the greater Bristol area”, added Jack Ferraro, Mum Festival Chairman.
Contestants will be judged by local judges based on three on-stage appearances, and for Miss Mum on an essay submission.
The pageant is open to all Bristol, Forestville, Plainville, Plymouth, Terryville and Wolcott young ladies.
Once again there will be four divisions: Miss Mum (for high school students), Junior Miss Mum (for middle school students), Miss Mum Mini (for 3rd – 5th graders) and Petite Miss Mum (for Kindergarten through 2nd).
Miss Mum title holders participate in a variety of community events throughout the year including the Mum Festival itself, the Bristol Carol Sing, Bristol Holiday Parade, Bristol Home Sho), Duck Race, Memorial Day Parade, Bristol Blues Baseball, West End Summer Festival, Thanksgiving Food and Turkey Drive and Showcase of Stars in December.
The pageant will take place on Friday, September 14th, 7:00 p.m. at Chippens Hill Middle School.
The Roundup currently has over 5,700 subscriptions and a local social media following of over 95,000 readers across multiple social media sites, apps, pages, and groups.
The Roundup is also a proud member of WordPress. This affiliation offers readers more news from FOX 61 and CBS Connecticut on The Roundup.
Latest Stories From Roundup Partner : FOX 61
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida’s acrimonious battle for the U.S. Senate headed Thursday to a legally required hand recount after an initial review by ballot-counting machines showed Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson separated by less than 13,000 votes. But the highly watched contest for governor between Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum appeared to be over, with a machine recount showing DeSantis with a large enough advantage over Gillum to avoid a hand recount in that […]
NEW YORK — Facebook said it’s making progress on detecting hate speech, graphic violence and other violations of its rules, even before users see and report them. Facebook said that during the April-to-September period, it doubled the amount of hate speech it detected proactively, compared with the previous six months. The findings were spelled out Thursday in Facebook’s second semiannual report on enforcing community standards. The reports come as Facebook grapples with challenge after challenge, ranging from fake news to Facebook’s role […]
MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. — A feel-good tale of a homeless man using his last $20 to help a stranded New Jersey woman buy gas was actually a complete lie, manufactured to get strangers to donate more than $400,000 to help the down-and-out good Samaritan, a prosecutor said Thursday. Burlington County prosecutor Scott Coffina announced criminal charges against the couple who told the story to newspapers and television stations along with the homeless man who conspired with them to tell the […]
NEW YORK — Boston’s Mookie Betts and Milwaukee’s Christian Yelich were runaway winners of the Most Valuable Player awards after the 26-year-old outfielders each led their teams to first-place finishes with dominant seasons that included batting titles. Betts received 28 first-place votes and 410 points from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America in balloting announced Thursday. Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout, a two-time MVP, followed with one first-place vote and 265 points. Trout tied the record of four second-place […]