Miss and Master Sawblade Pageant set April 8
The Patterson Cypress Sawmill Festival’s Miss and Master Sawblade Pageant will be held April 8 at the Patterson Area Civic Center. The event is part of the Patterson Cypress Sawmill Festival being held April 6-8 at Kemper Williams Park near Patterson.
Boys and girls divisions are available. Entry fee is $40 payable in cash or money order only.
Girls division includes Tiny Miss, 0-23 months; Petite Miss, 2-4 years; Little Miss, 5-7 years; Deb Miss, 8-10 years and Junior Miss, 11-13 years. Boys division includes Tiny Master, 0-23 months and Master Saw Blade, 2-4 years.
Registration times are 8:30-9:30 a.m. ages 0-4 years with the pageant for that age starting at 10 a.m. Registration is at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for older groups with the pageant for that age starting at 1 p.m.
Attire for participants is Sunday best with age appropriate hair and light makeup (not glitz).
Division winners receive a crown and banner, and are presented at the festival. Alternates receive a placement gift. Fashion and photogenic winners will be presented with a gift. A 4-by-6 headshot may be presented the day of the pageant.
The entry form is available via a Google Form link provided by emailing email@example.com or a completed form may be printed and turned in during registration time on April 8. Forms will appear periodically in The Daily Review.
For more information contact Rachel Lemoine or Carley Canty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s festival will also feature amusement rides, The All American Lumber Jack Show, an arts and crafts show, Classic Car Show, White Tiger Discovery, softball tournament, an old engine display, Cypress Sawmill Festival Shuttle Tours with guest music hosts, live bands and more.
The Cypress Sawmill Festival has also partnered with the Road To 3rd Street — Songs on the Bayou Festival this year for a variety of musical events and guests.
Proceeds from the festival go to the building fund for the Louisiana State Museum—Patterson. The museum features the Wendell-Williams Aviation Collection and the Cypress Sawmill Collection.