The Pageant

Every year, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation (MCN) Scholarship Pageant kicks off the annual celebration

of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribe and her people, better known as the "Creek Festival". 

The MCN Scholarship Pageant is a time for

young Mvskoke ladies, ages 14-24, who have a

desire to be an ambassador for their tribe,

to come together and compete for the honor of

Miss or Jr. Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation.

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The Pageant is a night of

pure Mvskoke talent.

Contestants from all over showcase 

what it means to be a Mvskoke woman.

The judges usually have a very hard job

trying to pick just one, but it's made easier by a

scoring system. The girls are judged and scored

based on multiple things including an interview, traditional

dress, cultural presentation, and an impromptu question.

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To help prepare the young Mvskoke ladies for the

"big night", a mandatory Royalty Retreat is held

for all the contestants. During the retreat, the

ladies will partake in a variety of activities 

that will be crucial in helping them

become pageant ready.  

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After the Pageant, the two winners will continue on a year long journey of discovery, learning, and leading.

 

Think you're ready to take that journey?  Take the first step to make that dream, a reality and apply today!

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