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Kitsap contestants Amy Liu, Charlyn Garcia, Ansley Williamson, Serenity Huntwork, Courtney Smith and Sabrina Tucker pose with current Miss Kitsap Krystal Jimenez. - Courtesy photo
Kitsap contestants Amy Liu, Charlyn Garcia, Ansley Williamson, Serenity Huntwork, Courtney Smith and Sabrina Tucker pose with current Miss Kitsap Krystal Jimenez.
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A total of 19 young women are set to compete for the 2014 titles of Miss Poulsbo, Miss Kitsap, or Miss Silverdale. And it’s no easy task.

Taking home the crown also means receiving a portion of more than $33,000 in scholarships from sponsors of the Miss Poulsbo Miss Kitsap Miss Silverdale Scholarship Pageant.

“This will bring our scholarship total to $405,000 [awarded] since 2000,” executive director Michele Wasson said.

By the end of the night Jan. 11, the 61st Miss Poulsbo, 35th Miss Kitsap and fifth Miss Silverdale will be crowned.

The theme for the event is “Come Fly With Me.” It will begin at 5 p.m. at Bremerton High School.

Contestants are judged based on six categories, each weighing differently on the total decision. Talent is 25 percent of judges’ consideration. A private interview is 30 percent. The evening gown is 20 percent. Active wear is 15 percent. An on-stage interview is 5 percent and an academic review is 5 percent.

Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for children ages 12 and younger or seniors.

Tickets can be purchased at 360-689-3553 or misspoulsbo@yahoo.com.

The 2013 are Miss Poulsbo Makenzie Moody, Miss Kitsap Krystal Jimenez and Miss Silverdale Jahrielle Davis.

 

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