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Informational Meeting

The Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program invites all who are interested in participating as a Miss or Teen contestant or becoming a Little Sister or Ambassador or a Volunteer to attend the

Informational Meeting 

March 16, 2019
From 1-3 p.m.

at

Benton PUD Auditorium
2721 W. Tenth Ave
Kennewick, Washington 99336

Presentation at 1:15 p.m.

by

Reagan Rebstock, Miss Tri-Cities 2018-19

and 

Audrey Faulk, Miss Tri-Cities Outstanding Teen 2018-19

And

Miss Tri-Cities Board

A great opportunity to earn scholarahips

13th Annual Dessert & Silent Auction Fundraiser

Please join us for a fun filled evening of music and entertainment on Friday, June 21, 2019 at the Kennewick Red Lion. Auction and dessert bidding from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM with the dinner at 6:30 PM.

Meet the 2019 Pageant Contestants
Miss Tri-Cities Reagan Rebstock
Miss Outstanding Teen Audrey Faulk
Proceeds will benefit both the Miss Tri-Cities Scholarship Program and the Children's Miracle Network.

All tickets are $30.00 including the set down dinner.

To purchase tickets please Email Mary Lamb or Call (509) 582-1850

2018 Pageant

2017 Miss Tri-Cities Contestants
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Ashley Austin
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Maria Braganni
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Jesalan Cartwright
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Hailey Fisher
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Laura Howland
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Adryan Lovong
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Hannah Mowry
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Madison Murphy
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Alyssa Seismore
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Talya Jackson
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Ashley Zirker
2017 Miss Tri-Cities Outstanding Teen Contestants
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Noel Anderson
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Emma Davis
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Lacey Fisher
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Rachael Spencer

2016 Contestants

Pasco teen crowned Miss Tri-Cities

07/20/2013

A second generation Miss Tri-Cities was crowned Saturday evening.

Janae Calaway of Pasco was chosen over seven other contestants. Her mother, Beverly Beus Calaway, was named Miss Tri-Cities in 1982. 

Miss Tri-Cities returns to her roots: Columbia High grad plans to spread importance of higher education

For a someone who grew up in the dry Mid-Columbia, Hawaii provided an exotic place to attend college for Samantha Brown.

The Columbia High School graduate and Miss Tri-Cities 2014 spent two years at Chaminade University in Honolulu, falling in love with the diverse cultures that call it home, swimming with sharks and skydiving. 

2014 Contestants