Miss St. George pageant royalty announced; upcoming fundraising event

(R-L) Miss Congeniality Sara Moss, 1st Attendant Martha Brown, Miss St. George Teddi Cox and 2nd Attendant Hillary Beecher, 2013 Miss St. George royalty, St. George, Utah, May 29, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Jill Bailey

ST. GEORGE – The 2013 Miss St. George beauty pageant has concluded and the four winners announced.

The 2013 Miss St. George royalty are: Miss St. George Teddi Cox of Desert Hills High School, 1st Attendant Martha Brown of Desert Hills High School, 2nd Attendant Hillary Beecher of Pine View High School and Miss Congeniality Sara Moss of Desert Hills High School.

The Miss St. George Pageant searches annually for academically advanced, talented and driven young women worthy of a college scholarship. The ideal candidate is an intelligent, hardworking girl who can be dedicated to the duties of holding one of the pageant’s four titles. Volunteer service and a willingness to better the community are a must.

A fundraising event will be held June 15 in the parking lots of Lin’s Marketplace in St. George in an effort to raise money to build the royalty a parade float. Donation items are currently being sought. For more information contact Jill Bailey, the pageant director, at 435-414-4048.

Event details and contact information

  • Date: June 15
  • Time: 8 a.m.
  • Location: Lin’s Marketplace, 1930 West Sunset Boulevard, St. George
  • Admission: Free
  • Contact: Jill Bailey – 435-414-4048
  • Submitted by: Jill Bailey

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(L-R) Miss Congeniality Sara Moss, 1st Attendant Martha Brown, Miss St. George Teddi Cox and 2nd Attendant Hillary Beecher, 2013 Miss St. George royalty, St. George, Utah, May 29, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Jill Bailey
(R-L) Miss Congeniality Sara Moss, 1st Attendant Martha Brown, Miss St. George Teddi Cox and 2nd Attendant Hillary Beecher, 2013 Miss St. George royalty, St. George, Utah, May 29, 2013 | Photo courtesy of Jill Bailey

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11 Comments

  • Rigged? June 5, 2013 at 3:37 pm

    Four white mormon girls?

    • Joanna June 6, 2013 at 6:20 am

      If you can find any other types around here, tell them to sign up. Otherwise, if you seek more diversity might I recommend you move to sunny East L.A.?

      • Rigged June 6, 2013 at 1:18 pm

        Open your eyes and you can see that there are plenty of other “types” around here, and those other “types” want to be involved and even considered for finalists. Funny how they don’t get selected. It might help, too, if information for these events/activities were announced publicly before the event and far enough in advance for “those other types to sign up”. Why do you have such a secretive society here? I thought that secrecy was just reserved for those adult toy parties.

        • Joanna June 6, 2013 at 3:59 pm

          Forget the pageant for a second – what the heck is an “adult toy party”? And if it’s secretive, how come you know about it? My friends and I spend our time playing golf, camping, hiking, kayaking, drinking wine, and just enjoying all the great things S. Utah has to offer, so it doesn’t leave us much time to get our panties in a bunch over the race and religion of the local pageant winners. And on that note, I have a tee time. Catch you on the flip side!

          • Rigged June 7, 2013 at 10:44 am

            Wow! You don’t hear about those secret toy parties? Yeah, they don’t happen, right, just like people don’t drink here or take drugs. But then, if you look at the attendants of these various events, when was the last time one of them was of a race other than white? Just whites live here? When was the last time you saw an public announcement for contestants to register? I can understand why ones of a certain race or religion don’t get their undies bunched up if they are the only ones invited to participate.

  • Bender June 5, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    That’s cool. How about an article announcing valedictorian and salutatorian for each high school with pictures Joyce? Striving for beauty… meh. Striving for academic excellence… win.

  • Bender June 5, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    Bender regrets it if anyone thinks he is slighting these girls. Good job girls on combining beauty, smarts and service. I would still like to see more attention given to academic excellence alone.

    • Gunther June 6, 2013 at 3:49 pm

      For some reason academic excellence is not that popular among the masses. In fact, the only way to get people to listen to smart high school or college students is to have them speak before others can officially graduate and some kind of a ceremony.

      • Bender June 6, 2013 at 4:52 pm

        Hostages with tassels? Bender sadly agrees.

  • gracie July 20, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    me and my friends are wondering if there is a little miss

    • Joyce Kuzmanic Joyce Kuzmanic July 20, 2014 at 3:26 pm

      We were recently told, in the case of Little Miss Washington City, that the Miss (city) usually appoints her own Little Miss.
      I hope that helps,
      ST. GEORGE NEWS | STGnews.com
      Joyce Kuzmanic
      Editor in Chief

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