BEHIND THE SCENES
A lot of hard work goes into Hawaii's Junior Miss program, not all of which is visible when that lucky high school senior is selected Hawaii's Junior Miss.
Throughout the year, a dedicated group of community citizens, including several former Junior Miss contestants and winners, is hard at work planning the competition that will send Hawaii's representative to the America's Junior Miss program in Mobile, Alabama.
Volunteers are needed to recruit and screen contestants from the state's high schools, work on program production and development, obtain financial support from businesses and individuals, select and brief eligible judges, promote the sale of tickets, set up special events such as luncheons, public appearances, interview training and a myriad of other activities.
The program is put together by volunteers who realize that Hawaii's future lies in its young adults, and who want each contestant's experience in the program to be a milestone in her life. Volunteers also support each year's winner through her participation in the national competition.
Publicity is sought to promote the program and a souvenir program book is produced.
Mahalo to all our volunteers!
HAWAII'S JUNIOR MISS
Board of Directors
Nick Ng Pack
Corlis J. Chang
Corlis J. Chang, Mark Takai
Marsha Bolson, Sharon Brown, Amy Caliboso, Cecily Ching, Duane Chun, Carole Wong, Rene Mansho, Debbie Malilay, Mark Takai, Dori Takata
Corlis J. Chang
Marsha Bolson, Blaine Fergerstrom, Mark Takai
Rowena Blaisdell, Mark Takai
Cecily Ching, Sarah Lee
Poise Workshop &
Nancy Wilder, Megan McPherson
Stephen and Debbie Kula
Monica Ng Pack
Debbie Malilay, Dori Takata
Duane Chun, Grace Koizumi, Lorie Nagata
Marsha Bolson, Sami Takai
Rudy Arucan, George Kodama
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