HOT SPRINGS - The Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant is excited to announce a new partnership with Lindsey Management Companies.

This Arkansas based company has donated a 2-bedroom apartment for Miss Arkansas to live in each year during her reign. Miss Arkansas 2014 Ashton Campbell will be the first Miss Arkansas to live in a Lindsey Management Property.

“With me being from Northwest Arkansas, this is a great relief! I will now be centrally located so I will spend less time traveling and more time actually interacting with the people of Arkansas,” said Campbell.

This is the first time in the pageant’s history that a Miss Arkansas has been provided full-time housing throughout her reign.

"The Miss Arkansas Pageant is incredibly grateful for the generosity and support of Lindsey Properties. The housing partnership for Miss Arkansas' year of service will provide an opportunity to maximize her busy schedule promoting her platform while providing a comfortable home space in one of Central Arkansas' premier properties," said Miss Arkansas Executive Director Jessie Ward Bennett.

Arkansas Furniture of Hot Springs and John and Missy Gibson, also of Hot Springs, will be sponsoring the furnishings for the new apartment.

Jim Lindsey, the founder and owner of Lindsey Management Companies, is married to Miss Arkansas 1965 Nita Van Hook.

 


If you want to send something to Ashton Campbell, Miss Arkansas 2014 at Miss America 2015 I know she would love your thought and consideration and thanks you for the thought.   Please be aware that there are guidelines that Miss America requires Ashton, and all contestants to follow. Read these requirement listed below before you send anything to Atlantic City.  If you wish to post on Facebook, in  Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell, or Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant pages, she will get to see them as time allows, before she leaves or when she returns.   Of course there is always other forms of social media.   Remember that Ashton is in a large city, large name brand chain Hotel/Resort/Casino not to mention a large name organization as Miss America.  If you have stayed in one lately you are aware that usually nothing is delivered to you at any location without a charge or tip encouraged. Security is number one priority.   Read the Miss America Contestant Mail requirements:

Contestant Mail:
 
All delivered mail for the contestants, including cards and non-organic packages must have a return address & a clear, legible full name of the sender delivered to: Boardwalk Hall, 2301 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08401, Attn: Miss Arkansas, Ashton Campbell
Please note that organic packages of any kind will not be accepted especially flowers, food, fruit baskets, etc.  If organic items are delivered, the package will be received, but it will be discarded and the attached card will be forwarded to the contestant - there are no exceptions.
All walk-in packages/mail for the contestants will be directed to the Loading Dock located behind Boardwalk Hall at Georgia and Pacific Avenues between 9:00a and 5:00pm, Monday through Saturday, ending Friday, September 12th.  Boardwalk Hall Public Safety and Security will not accept any package or mail that does not have a return address or properly identify the contestant as outlined above.  All packages/mail are inspected by the Atlantic City Police Department.  No packages are permitted to enter the facility until checked through the outlined procedure. Please limit deliveries to only items needed during this time. Processing may take up to an additional day before a contestant may actually receive the item.
No items, packages, deliveries/mail for contestants or staff may be delivered to any other entrance, nor handed directly to a contestant.  Please note, packages, deliveries/mail will not be accepted after Friday, September 12, 2014 at 4pm.

 

 

 


Chris Harrison and Co-Host Lara Spencer return for
The 2015 Miss America Competition

Live on ABC Sunday, September 14 at 9PM (EST)

 
Linwood, NJ - The Miss America Organization is excited to announce the return of final night Host Chris Harrison and Co-Host Lara Spencer for the 2015 Miss America Competition! Both hosts have helped to create a memorable event in the past and we are excited to have them back.

Chris Harrison has had quite an extraordinary career in television. From covering local sports in Oklahoma City to venturing into the field of entertainment television, Chris has brought his charm, charisma, and experience to the screen when hosting many of television's top series and events. Chris hosted HGTV's Designer's Challenge, ABC's The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and also The Bachelor in Paradise. He has also had the opportunity to host and co-host several national events on ABC, including The 2010 Scripps National Spelling Bee, the 2008 American Music Awards Red Carpet Live!, and Road to the 60th Primetime Emmy® Awards.

Lara Spencer, co-anchor of ABC News' Emmy® Award-winning morning program Good Morning America, is returning to the Miss America competition as co-host for the second consecutive year. Spencer has been the co-host for ABC's award-winning Good Morning America since April 2014.  In addition to her esteemed career as a journalist, Spencer is a New York Times bestselling author of I Brake for Yard Sales and forthcoming Flea Market Fabulous (Sept. 16 2014) and the creator and executive producer of Flea Market Flip on HGTV.  Spencer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Pennsylvania State University where she attended on a full athletic scholarship for springboard and platform diving and was named an All-American athlete her senior year.  She is married and has two children, Duff and Kate.
 
On Sunday, September 14, these two remarkable hosts will continue to make Miss America history as they present the 2015 Miss America Competition Live on ABC. The Miss America Organization is thrilled to have such a talented and charmed team return for this grand event.

 
For Press Credentials, please visit www.MissAmericaPressRoom.com.

For information on the Miss America Show Us Your Shoes Parade, please visit www.showusyourshoes.com. 
 

 

 


June 21, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Campbell wins the title of Miss Arkansas 2014
Toni Bahn – Director of Media Relations - missarkansaspress@yahoo.com

HOT SPRINGS – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell won the title of Miss Arkansas 2014 Saturday night at the 77th Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant. The pageant took place at Summit Arena in Hot Springs in front of a crowd of approximately 3,000.

Campbell, 20, won a $20,000 scholarship provided by Ted and Shannon Boy Skokos and Citgo. She will also receive more than $75,000 in awards, wardrobe, transportation, and gifts. Campbell will represent Arkansas at the 2015 Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City and will make appearances across the Natural State promoting the Children’s Miracle Network, the Arkansas Children’s Hospital, her personal platform of “Aim Higher: Setting Our Sights on Higher Education” and speaking in support of the goals of the Miss Arkansas and Miss America system.

Campbell was crowned by the outgoing Miss Arkansas, Amy Crain, of Hot Springs.

This was Campbell's first time to compete in the Miss Arkansas Pageant.

More than $86,000 in scholarships were awarded Saturday night to various contestants in decisions made by a panel of five judges. Emcees for the evening were KATV's Chris Kane and Miss Arkansas 2004 Lacy Fleming Glover.

Campbell is a junior at the University of Arkansas. She is a business administration major. For her talent selection she performed a vocal to “Note to God.”

Campbell is the daughter of Roger and Tonia Campbell of Hindsville. Campbell was Miss Arkansas' Outstanding Teen 2011 and was awarded the Most Photogenic Award was chosen in the Miss America's Outstanding Teen Pageant.

Other awards won by Campbell include Alpha and Preliminary Swimsuit; Alpha and Overall Arrival; the Hudgens Business Leadership Award; the Jessie Bennett Leadership Award; Tony Bowls People's Choice Award; a Top Newcomer Award; Julie Blackwood “Smart” Swimsuit Award, Ashlen Batson Esprit De Corp Award and was the third-place finisher in the Children's Miracle Network Miracle Maker fundraising competition.

The other Top Five Finalists were:
1st runner-up Miss Metro Bailey Moses of Cabot - a student at Arkansas State University-Beebe (receiving a $8,000 scholarship sponsored by Charles and Susie Morgan): 
2nd runner-up Miss Spirit of Arkansas Loren McDaniel of Van Buren - a student at the University of Arkansas (receiving a $7,000 scholarship sponsored by the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Foundation): 
3rd runner up Miss Ouachita Baptist University Abby Lindsey of Van Buren - a student at Ouachita Baptist University  (receiving a $6,000 scholarship sponsored by Former Miss Arkansas Association):
4th runner-up:  Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell of Conway - a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas (receiving at $5,000 scholarship sponsored by Scott Heffington):


The five semi-finalists were (each receiving a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Susie & Charles Morgan; Oaklawn Park; Brittany & Clay Combs; Regions Bank, Hot Springs):
*Miss Petit Jean Valley Claire Hodgson of Russellville - a student at Arkansas Tech University
*Miss UCA Makenzie Moore of Harrison -a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas
*Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn of Wynne - a student at the University of Arkansas
*Miss Henderson State University Brittney Humphrey of Fordyce - a student at Henderson State University
*Miss Frisco Springs Samantha Hudon of Hot Springs - a student at the University of Central Arkansas

[Full awards list follows below]

The pageant is co-sponsored by the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant, Inc., The Greater Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, Visit Hot Springs and the City of Hot Springs.

This was the 77th Anniversary of the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant. Several former Miss Arkansas' were on hand for the crowning of the new Miss Arkansas including Miss Arkansas 1963 and Miss America 1964 Donna Axum Whitworth and Miss Arkansas 1983 Regina Hopper. Both Whitworth and Hopper serve on the Miss America Board of Directors and were here to help present the Miss America Community Service and Scholar Awards.

Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell will host a press conference at 1 p.m. Sunday, June 22nd on the 2nd floor of the Austin Hotel. All media are welcome and encouraged to attend.

For more information visit www.missarkansas.org or to schedule an appearance with the new Miss Arkansas please email info@missarkansas.org.

2014 MISS ARKANSAS FINAL AWARDS LIST – listed with their scholarship amounts

Miss Arkansas 2014 ($20,000) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

1st Runner Up ($8,000) – Miss Metro Bailey Moses

2nd Runner Up ($7,000) – Miss Spirit of Arkansas Loren McDaniel

3rd Runner Up ($6,000) – Miss Ouachita Baptist University Abby Lindsey

4th Runner Up ($5,000) – Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell

Coleman Dairy Talent ($2,000) – Miss Northeast Arkansas Bethany Bell

Katie Bailey Swimsuit Award ($1,500) – Miss Metro Bailey Moses

Dr. Paul and Michelle Peek Overall Interview Award ($1,500) – Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn

Overall Evening Gown Award ($1,000) — Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell

Semifinalists ($1,000 each)
*Miss Petit Jean Valley Claire Hodgson
*Miss UCA Makenzie Moore
*Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn
*Miss Henderson State University Brittney Humphrey
*Miss Frisco Springs Samantha Hudon

Places 11 – 15 in no certain order ($500 each) -
Miss White River Klancy Johnson
Miss South Central Stoni Butler
Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell
Miss Northeast Arkansas Bethany Bell
Miss Western Arkansas Kendreka Myles

Dr. Rhys Branman Newcomer Awards ($500 each) -
*Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell
*Miss Metro Bailey Moses
*Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn

Miss Arkansas Quality of Life Award ($1,000) – Miss University of Central Arkansas Makenzie Moore

Miss America State Scholar ($1,000) – Miss Greater Jacksonville Erica Brewer

Miss America Community Service ($1,000) — Miss Central Arkansas Brooke Cornelius

Gracie Nail Education Award in Talent ($500) – Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell

Lainie Nail Education Award in Interview ($500) – Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell

Julie Blackwood Smart Swimsuit Award ($250) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Most Outstanding Instrumentalist ($250) – Miss Northeast Arkansas Bethany Bell

Ashlen Batson Esprit De Corp ($500) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Dillard’s Shopping Diva — Miss Spirit of Arkansas Loren McDaniel

MAEDA Crowd Favorite ($250) – Miss Greater Camden Sarah Clayton and Miss Madison County Sara Chappell

Dreamer Scholarship ($250) – Miss Greater Little Rock Brejamin Perkins

Tony Bowls / Mon Cheri People’s Choice ($500) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Miss Congeniality ($300) -Miss Greater Camden Sarah Clayton and Miss Lights of the Delta Claudia Raffo

Frances Wilson Non-Finalist Vocalist ($500) – Miss Western Arkansas Kendreka Myles

Anne Hardin Memorial Non-Finalist Tap Award ($250) – Miss Central Arkansas Brooke Cornelius

Carolyn Park Non-Finalist Interview ($500) – Miss Arkansas Valley Halle Erwin

McClure Highest Overall Vocalist ($250) – Miss Spirit of Arkansas Loren McDaniel

Jessie Bennett Leadership ($500) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Hudgens Business Leadership ($1,000) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Overall Alpha Evening Gown ($250) — Miss Metro Bailey Moses

Overall Alpha Swimsuit ($250) — Miss Metro Bailey Moses

Overall Alpha Interview ($250) — Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn

Overall Alpha Talent ($250) — Miss Lights of the Delta Claudia Raffo

Woman of Courage Award ($1,000) – Miss Greater Jonesboro Destiny Quinn

Marty Walker Memorial Award ($600) – Miss Central Arkansas Makenzie Moore

Combs “Caught Ya” Award ($250) – Miss Greater Jacksonville Erica Brewer

Children’s Miracle Network Miracle Maker – Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell
1st Place – Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell
2nd Place – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell
3rd Place – Miss Northwest Arkansas Mikaila Wilson
4th Place – Miss Greater Camden – Sarah Clayton

EcoTools Look Beautiful, Live Beautifully Award ($500) – Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell

Delta Dental Most Beautiful Smile Award ($500) – Miss Conway Chelsy Jones

Renee Fronabarger Overall Arrival Award ($500) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Alpha Arrival Award ($100) – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell

Alpha Interview Awards ($100 each)
Group A – Miss Sweetheart of Arkansas Emma Jumper
Group B – Miss Metro Bailey Moses
Group C – Miss Arkansas Delta Jacey Winn

Overall Service Before Self Award ($500) – Miss Arkansas River Savannah Valentine

Service Before Self Community Service Award ($250 each)
Wednesday – Miss Texarkana Amber Stone
Thursday – Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell
Friday – Miss Arkansas River Savannah Valentine

Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit Preliminary Award Winners ($1,000 each)
Wednesday – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell
Thursday – Miss Heart of the Ozarks Abby Hile
Friday – Miss Metro Bailey Moses

Artistic Expression in Talent Preliminary Award Winners ($1,400 each)
Wednesday – Miss Northeast Arkansas Bethany Bell
Thursday – Miss Spirit of Arkansas Loren McDaniel
Friday – Miss Western Arkansas Kendreka Myles

Alpha Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit Award Winners ($100 each)
Wednesday – Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell
Thursday – Miss Heart of the Ozarks Abby Hile
Friday – Miss Metro Bailey Moses

Alpha Artistic Expression in Talent Award Winners ($100 each)
Wednesday – Miss Lakes of the Northwest Hannah Gibson
Thursday – Miss Metro Bailey Moses
Friday – Miss Lights of the Delta Claudia Raffo

**For more information on a particular contestant or scholarship please contact missarkansaspress@yahoo.com**

 

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Hot Springs, AR. In 2007 the Miss America Organization partnered with the Children's Miracle Network to raise funds and awareness throughout the United States. Since then contestants on the local, state and national levels have raised more than $10.6 million dollars for the 170 Children's Miracle Network hospitals, including our own Arkansas' Children's Hospital in Little Rock.

At the Official Arrival Ceremonies on Sunday the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant's Executive Director Jessie Ward Bennett announced the top five fundraisers for Children's Miracle Network. "We are so incredibly proud of the time and effort this class of contestants has dedicated to our partnership with Children's Miracle Network," said Bennett. As a group the 46 contestants raised more than $45,000 this year for Children's Miracle Network and the Arkansas Children's Hospital. These top five fundraisers accounted for half of that total!

 



Pictured from left to right, the top 5 fundraisers are:

Miss University of Arkansas Riley Snell is the 20 year old daughter of Bob and Edith Snell of Jonesboro. She attends the University of Arkansas.

Miss Ouachita River Ashton Campbell is the 20 year old daughter of Roger and Tonia Campbell of Hindsville. She attends the University of Arkansas.

Miss Northwest Arkansas Mikaila Wilson is the 22 year old daughter of Brian Wilson and Pam Lee of Bentonville. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas.

Miss Greater Camden Sarah Clayton is the 20 year old daughter of Michael and Victoria Clayton of Camden. She attends Southern Arkansas University.

Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell is the 24 year old daughter of Dr. John and Debra Howell of Conway. She is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas.

Photo Credit: Danny Barger / You've Got the Look Photography

 

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Hot Springs, AR  On Sunday, the Miss Arkansas 2014 festivities kicked off with the Official Arrival Ceremonies held at Horner Hall in the Hot Springs Convention Center.  As part of the activities the Former Miss Arkansas Association named their finalists for the prestigious Quality of Life award.  This award focuses on platform development and community service.  "This is our chance to recognize the outstanding community service completed by our contestants while representing the Miss Arkansas Organization.  We don't want their hard work to go unnoticed," explained Kristen Glover, Miss Arkansas 2011.  A panel of former Miss Arkansas' and a former Arkansas Quality of Life finalist narrowed the 46 contestants to a top five using the contestant's resumes, platform statements and Miss America Community Service forms.  The Finalists had a platform based interview with a panel of former Miss Arkansas' yesterday
afternoon. Glover, who was a Quality of Life Finalist at the 2012 Miss America Pageant, said that all five contestants really impressed the formers during these Interviews!  "As a former Miss Arkansas, we are so proud of the girls that will follow in our footsteps!"  The winner will be announced on stage later this week and she will receive a $1,000 scholarship.


The finalists are pictured from left to right:

Miss University of Central Arkansas Makenzie Moore is the 22 year old daughter of Brady and Deborah Moore of Harrison.  She is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas.  Her platform is The Power of a Wish, promoting the Make a Wish Foundation.

Miss Lake Dardanelle, Caitlyn Cook is the 21 year old daughter of Dr. Joseph and Mary Cook of Conway. She attends the University of Central Arkansas.  Her platform is Staying Alive:  Be Red Cross Ready.

Miss Greater Jacksonville Erica Brewer is the 18 year old daughter of John and Tara Brewer of Little Rock.  She attends the University of Arkansas.  Her platform is A.D.A.M. - Advancing Diabetic Awareness & Management.

Miss Diamond Lakes Lauren Howell is the 24 year old daughter of Dr. John and Debra Howell of Cownay.  She is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas.  Her platform is Giving Children Hope Through a Smile.

Miss Central Arkansas Brooke Cornelius is the 20 year old daughter of Chad Cornelius and Robyn Cornelius of Hope.  She attends Henderson State University.  Her platform is Protect Our Youth:  Bullying Is Not OK.

Photo Credit: Danny Barger / You've Got the Look Photography

 

 




 

 

 


The ACH-CITGO EVENT April 18, 2014.  7 Contestants and Miss Arkansas Amy Crain visited ACH.  The contestants shared stories of their visit in the Class Facebook Group.  Here they are:
 Thank you all for who you are and these women especially for helping with this event. In case you wondered why these ladies were picked: Miss Arkansas works with various events during the year like the CITGO MDA Christmas event, The Clinton Library reading event and others that Miss Arkansas Organization puts out a call to the class for help. This year the participants at these special optional events names were put in the hat and a drawing occurred. These ladies names were drawn from the hat and were invited to participate with Amy at this event. Thank you ladies for your time, drive time, and participation with Amy at today's event. We will have events next year also so watch for the event volunteer call.
Did you hear what happened to Lydia Beth McCormick when leaving the Arkansas Children's Hospital? I am sure many more have stories from today. "As we are leaving Arkansas children's hospital today, a father comes up to Lydia McCormick, she's wearing her crown, and says....Would you please visit my daughter? She is 6 yrs old. We lost our son last week and she is ill due to her grieving for her brother. How blessed we are and what an honor for Lydia to visit this precious child." Thank you Amy Brooke Crain and Lydia McCormick. Bethany Anne Bell, Claudia Raffo, Sarah Clayton, Makenzie Moore, Logan Moore, and Bailey Moses for representing the 2014 Miss Arkansas Class and yourself today.
 
 Logan Moore shared "I have declared nursing and want to specialize in pediatrics and from the visit today I realized that I would love to work at ACH" You will be an amazing nurse Logan. Your ED Dr. Jim Collins shared that Amy and the other 7 were there by 8:30. Like movie stars a lady comes down to say the filming will be slightly delayed so you all got to visit. Welcome to the movie world. Your all MOVIE STARS in our book!
Claudia Raffo shared: I got to go with Lydia to the little girls room...it was very special! My mom came down with me and we spent the night in a hotel. She was the one who took the picture when she dropped me off! Remember we always have some one special behind us. They may be our ride, our appearance chaperone, our ED, but always thank them cause they help make events special. Thanks Claudia for today. Glad your mom gets to share your Miss Arkansas Journey. Mom's are special
 Bethany Anne Bell shared "I had an amazing experience at the Arkansas Children's Hospital. I found a mutual interest with one of the patients, a 14 yr. old boy named Christian, who said he played the piano. There was one next to the playroom so the two of us went and played duets of Mary Had a Little Lamb and I even taught him the beginning of Twinkle Twinkle and "Let it Go". He promised me he would keep practicing when he had the chance. As usual, I am humbled and thrilled to be apart of an organization that facilitates these kinds of opportunities." Thank you Bethany for giving you time to this Miss Arkansas event your have an amazing talent and sharing makes someone else feel so much better. Good Job.

Jessie Ward Bennett shared with the class: " Thank each of you ladies for giving back to such an amazing place! We are proud of every one of you. Spending any time at ACH will give a perspective of the things in life that truly are important! Thank you!"


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Open Letter to Scholarship Award Recipients:
Congratulations on winning scholarships at the recent Miss Arkansas Pageant! For additional rules, regulations, and information, refer to your copy of the 2013 State Scholarship Rules and Regulations, and the 2013 Scholarship Rider Notification you were given at the contestant workshop. The signed originals of these documents are on file with our office.
In order to claim scholarship winnings, you must provide the Miss Arkansas Scholarship Foundation, Inc. with the proper documentation so that funds can be paid directly to your school, or to a lender if you choose to have your award paid to a student loan. Reimbursement for text books can only be approved with original text book receipts for the current term. Reimbursement for musical instruments or laptops as a requirement for specific coursework must meet all requirements itemized in the 2013 State Scholarship Rules and Regulations.
Payment to your school--Required documentation:
1. A current invoice/statement from the school showing: current enrollment and attending classes (payment cannot be paid for previous coursework or pre-enrolled classes); dollar amount of current tuition/fees/books/etc; student ID number or account number; mailing address of the school where payment should be mailed.
2. A signed statement from your local director stating that you have exhausted all scholarship winnings from your local pageant.
3. A signed, written request from you asking that your scholarship winnings be paid to the school. Include your current mailing address so that a copy of the check can be sent to you for your records.
Payment to a subsidized student loan lender for current or previous coursework--Required documentation:
1. A copy of the student loan promissory note signed by you (guarantor, if any, not required) showing loan account number, and mailing address of the lender where payment should be made.
2. A copy of your transcript showing the coursework was completed for which the student loan was obtained.
3. A signed statement from your local director stating that you have exhausted all scholarship winnings from your local pageant.
4. A signed, written request from you asking that your scholarship winnings be paid to the lender. Include your current mailing address so that a copy of the check can be sent to you for your records.
All required items must be submitted at one time. If partial items are submitted, they will be returned to you for completion and re-submission.
Requests should be mailed to:
Miss Arkansas Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
c/o Baxter Sharp, Treasurer
PO Box 552
Brinkley, AR 72021
Please allow two weeks for processing of each request.



Tentative Dates set for Miss Arkansas Pageant
( Dates are from pre arrival to Miss Arkansas Orientation )


July 12 - 18, 2015