Brian Lisik/ Sun NewsAugust 14, 2010In the long and storied history of beauty pageants, more has remained the same than has changed. And the fact is, the pageant to end all pageants has always had more to do with personality, poise and higher education than swimsuits and evening gowns.“The biggest thing is that it’s not a beauty pageant, but a scholarship program,” said Janice Moll, Miss North Coast Pageant Director since 1972. “The prize money is not going to the girls, but to their school.”
This article has some good quotations; it's nice to hear from two new contestants, Rebecca Ribley and Christina Muha. However, saying Ribley was Top 10 of 20 last month at Miss GC/CC is an obvious misquote; she was 3rd runner-up at that pageant, which only had 10 contestants. She must have said mentioned Top 10 last year at Miss Muskingum Valley.
Anyway... read the entire article on MISScellanea: Press & Pics.