The Miss Kentucky Scholarship Pageant
Bluegrass Princess Program is for
young ladies age five to ten (birth certificate will be required). The
purpose of this program is to mentor those young ladies who have an
interest in competing someday in The Miss Kentucky Scholarship Pageant
and promoting community service. The current Miss Kentucky
ScholarshipPageant local title holders will serve as mentors to the
Bluegrass Princesses. All Bluegrass Princesses will participate in some
aspect of the stage production at the Miss Kentucky Scholarship Pageant.
Princess will have the opportunity as provided by the local pageant
director and local title holder to be a part of the title holder's year.
She is encouraged to go shopping with the local title holder, attend
assemblies and meetings where the local title holder will speak and/or
perform, exercise with her, etc. The local title holder is encouraged to
engage the Princess in any activity that she can to make her feel a
part of her year as she prepares for the Miss Kentucky Scholarship
Pageant, as she represents her local pageant at various events
throughout the year and as she promotes her platform and community
Each Princess is to provide her own white dress (dress
must be ALL white, only white embellishments-- no rhinestones, silver,
gold or colored sequins, etc. and approved by the Bluegrass Princess
Committee) plus housing and meals during the Pageant week in Lexington.
Also, each princess must submit a head shot photo by email for the Miss
Kentucky Scholarship Pageant Program Book. The princess participaetion
fee is $400 which includes 3 sets of Miss Kentucky tickets--1 set in the
Princess section and 2 sets in the parents section. After approved, a
deposit of $100 is due with the application and $300 by the Miss
Kentucky Orientation , April 8, 2017.
Virginia Murphy, Director
Bluegrass Princess Program