PAGEANT RULES AND RESPONSIBILITIES As role models and positive examples of the hopes and dreams of our ancestors, contestants are expected conduct themselves in a way that will bring honor and pride in our community, as well as not do acts that would bring shame to themselves or the title of Miss Juneteenth, Mister Juneteenth, Little Miss Juneteenth or Mister Juneteenth, Jr. Please read and review the following: Miss Juneteenth, Mister Juneteenth, Little Miss Juneteenth or Mister Juneteenth Requirements: All entrants must submit a 250-word essay that focuses on the theme, “Juneteenth Our History, Our Culture, Our Village” Entrants are encouraged to use the City of Milwaukee Public Library System to develop their essay. A copy of your birth certificate and school ID are required. Be a Milwaukee County resident for at least six months. Participants Must Have: An upstanding reputation in the community and not involved in illegal activities have no legal issues pending, have no convictions of misdemeanors or felonies. Not have a child or be expecting a child submitting the application. Applicants cannot become pregnant during their title reign. This will be grounds of forfeiture of her crown and the first runner-up will complete the term. Are to be in good physical health. If you have medical issues or concern, please notify the pageant coordinator and make a note of it on your application. Your information will be held privately. Notify the pageant coordinators if there is any change of address, phone number or issues that might affect the pageant. Have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Submit a completed application packet and have the written consent (signature) of their parent or legal guardian before participating in the Juneteenth pageant program. To attend all rehearsals, which are mandatory. If an emergency does arise (medical), please notify the pageant coordinators. Conflicting dates for school, work and any other extra-curricular activity do count as emergencies. You are expected to use time management to meet personal and pageant obligations. Should there be any unexcused absences from rehearsals, you automatically forfeit your spot in the pageant.
PAGEANT RULES AND RESPONSIBILITIES As role models and positive examples of the hopes and dreams of our ancestors, contestants are expected conduct themselves in a way that will bring honor and pride in our community, as well as not do acts that would bring shame to themselves or the title of Miss Juneteenth, Mister Juneteenth, Little Miss Juneteenth or Mister Juneteenth, Jr. Please read and review the following: Miss Juneteenth, Mister Juneteenth, Little Miss Juneteenth or Mister Juneteenth Requirements: All entrants must submit a 250-word essay that focuses on the theme, “Juneteenth Our History, Our Culture, Our Village” Entrants are encouraged to use the City of Milwaukee Public Library System to develop their essay. A copy of your birth certificate and school ID are required. Be a Milwaukee County resident for at least six months. Participants Must Have: An upstanding reputation in the community and not involved in illegal activities have no legal issues pending, have no convictions of misdemeanors or felonies. Not have a child or be expecting a child submitting the application. Applicants cannot become pregnant during their title reign. This will be grounds of forfeiture of her crown and the first runner-up will complete the term. Are to be in good physical health. If you have medical issues or concern, please notify the pageant coordinator and make a note of it on your application. Your information will be held privately. Notify the pageant coordinators if there is any change of address, phone number or issues that might affect the pageant. Have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 or higher. Submit a completed application packet and have the written consent (signature) of their parent or legal guardian before participating in the Juneteenth pageant program. To attend all rehearsals, which are mandatory. If an emergency does arise (medical), please notify the pageant coordinators. Conflicting dates for school, work and any other extra-curricular activity do count as emergencies. You are expected to use time management to meet personal and pageant obligations. Should there be any unexcused absences from rehearsals, you automatically forfeit your spot in the pageant.