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January 5, 2014

Where is Mrs. Stephens County?

DUNCAN — Julie Pittman, Mrs. Oklahoma 2013, recently competed at Mrs. America and won Mrs. Photogenic. Who will she crown as her successor? The search is on.

Mrs. Oklahoma is proud to announce its search for married women residing in Oklahoma who wish to receive the honor of representing their community in the 2014 State Competition. Selected applicants will receive an official title and banner and become their community’s representative.

The State Competition will be held at the Historic Scottish Rite Temple March 20-21 in Guthrie.

Feelings are strong in promoting Mrs. Oklahoma with elegance, grace and dignity. Fifty percent of the points to achieve the title of Mrs. Oklahoma are determined by an interview with each contestant.

There will also be evening gown and fitness competitions. Husbands are included and acknowledged in the competition, with each contestant escorted by her husband during the evening gown competition.

Mrs. Pageants allow women who have devoted much of their current lives to family, marriage, and career to showcase their accomplishments and reach out to other women like themselves. The woman who is crowned as Mrs. Oklahoma 2014 will then go on to represent the great state of Oklahoma in the only nationally televised pageant for married women, Mrs. America.

Join this prestigious group of women who are dedicated to marriage, family and community. Those interested should contact Tracy Crist, executive director, at 214-785-9717 or email her at tracy-crist@msn.com. Visit the website: www.MrsOklahomaAmerica.com.

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