Everyone of this year’s field of ten contestants is excited about the Pageant, set for Saturday June 1. Let’s meet four more of the ladies who visited the KSST studios during the Good Morning Show with Enola Gay.
Marjean Allen is a first-year contestant who learned about it through Karon Weatherman at the Senior’s Center,and immediately signed up! Marjean is 65 years old, loves photography, painting and ceramics, and volunteers with Garden Club and 4-H programs. She is also a Master Wellness volunteer with the Agri-Life Extension Service. She has two daughters and four grandchildren. For her talent presentation, Marjean will present a show-and-tell of a collection of her handmade ceramics.
Vender Wright entered the Pageant last year, as soon as she turned 60! Her passion is cooking, for her church and family of course, but she likes to cook for others as a gift she can share,especially during a time of need. Another of her talents is singing, which she will present as her talent at the Pageant.
Pam George is a returning contestant who loves the personal growth provided through the Pageant. Pam is age 65, loves to garden, play the piano and sing. She is the mother of five and grandmother of five. She plans to sing to a track as her talent.
Jan Gray enjoys all kinds of arts and crafts, and even belongs to an International swapmeet organization! Her volunteer time is devoted at the Sulphur Springs Senior Citizen Center, where she joyfully does ‘whatever I am called upon to do”. Jan has two daughters and four grandchildren. For her talent presentation, she will do a comedy skit that’s rather ‘Bewitched’!
Admission is free and the public is invited to enjoy the talent and festivities in the Ballroom of the Hopkins County Civic Center at 6pm Saturday June 1, 2019.