The Miss South Carolina workshop weekend is scheduled Feb. 26-28 in Columbia.
Among the beauty queens from greater Greer attending the event are the following girls crowned at the J. Harley Bonds Career Center representing Blue Ridge/Foothills, Wade Hampton/Taylors and Travelers Rest.
Anna Brown, Miss Greater Greer, is within a month of participating in the Miss South Carolina pageant at Columbia’s Township Auditorium. The pageant is June 23-27.
Brown participated in the Scottish Highland Games this past weekend at Furman University and downtown Greenville.
Starts 2:30 p.m. at Clock Restaurant on W. Poinsett Street, turns left on S. Main and ends at the J. Harley Bond Career Center.
Shiobhan Fraser, Megan Shuler and Madison Boatright won Miss competitions Saturday night.
The Miss South Carolina and Teen pageant begins preliminary competition Tuesday night with 30 girls either from the greater Greer area or representing Greer or its surrounding communities.
Lia Holman is Miss Greater Greer and Brittany Doss Miss Greater Greer Teen (together on home page) begin their preliminaries Tuesday.
Angel Garcia, 15, will represent Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Teen 2014 at the Miss South Carolina pageant June 24-28 at Columbia’s Township Auditorium.
Garcia will be at Falls Park on May 3 at 1 p.m. to Dance against Abuse.
Whittany Evans and Caroline Cavendish, 2013 Miss Blue Ridge Foothills and Miss BRFH Teen, respectively, were crowned at a pageant at Blue Ridge Middle School.
Evans, who lives in Greer, is a student at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Cavendish, from Spartanburg, is a sophomore at Dorman High School.
The Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Pageant is Nov. 10 at Blue Ridge Middle School.
Interview, fitness, talent and evening gown are the categories contestants will compete. Teens, ages 13-17, must be a junior in high school or less. Miss, ages 17-24, cannot turn 24 before Dec. 31.
Two winners will be selected in each category.
The Miss Blue Ridge Foothills Pageant will be held Nov. 10 at Blue Ridge Middle School.
The categories for the Pageant are: interview, fitness; talent and evening gown. The ages are 13-17 for teens (must be a junior in high school or less); the Miss ages are 17-24. They must be a senior in high school and cannot turn 24 before December 31.
Barrett Tyler was crowned Miss Blue Ridge Relay for Life in a pageant held March 3.
The pageant helped raise more than $2,500 for the American Cancer Society and puts Blue Ridge High School closer to its goal of $4,500.