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June 10 - Fort Valley, GA
The 2016 Miss Georgia Peach court is, from left, Little Miss Georgia Peach India Margaret Cheek of Hawkinsville, Miss Georgia Peach Lizzy Stanford of Cuthbert, Junior Miss Georgia Peach Averi Lauren Smith of Americus, Teen Miss Georgia Peach Ashley Moore of Oglethorpe and Tiny Miss Georgia PeachBella Grace Sanders of Forsyth.
Miss Georgia Peach Pageant
The Miss Georgia Peach contest is staged each spring in Fort Valley, Ga., the county seat of Peach County. The pageant is open statewide to girls ages 4 to 24 and includes contestants from all over Georgia, all vying for the titles of Miss Georgia Peach, Teen Miss Peach, Junior Miss Peach, Little Miss Peach and Tiny Miss Peach.
The 2016 pageant was March 19 on the campus of Fort Valley State University in Fort Valley. The event included optional talent competition in all groups except Tiny Miss. Only 15 contestants are accepted per age group unless more are received on the same day the 15th application is received.
Georgia Peach Festival queens serve as ambassadors for the Georgia Peach Festival and perform other civic duties in Peach County. They attend all of the festival events and ride in the Grand Parade at the beginning of the Peach Festival activities in Fort Valley. They are recognized by the Senate and House and meet the Governor for their contributions to the Peach Festival and Peach industry.
The purpose of the Miss Georgia Peach Pageant to build self-confidence while acknowledging those who make a positive contribution to the community.
The Miss Georgia Peach Pageant is a non-profit corporation. Judges are Miss Georgia Preliminary-certified who are part of the Miss America system.
For more information about the Miss Georgia Peach pageants or to request an application, call 478-923-3846 or 478-954-6819 or visit www.missgeorgiapeach.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org or see our facebook page. The official fan page of the Miss Georgia Peach pageant.