Miss North Sevier

            The 2021 Miss North Sevier royalty has been given many opportunities to serve and represent the community. In fact, the day after they were crowned they jumped in to help at the Jesse Lund Fundraiser. The fundraiser was a great success, and the girls were grateful they had the opportunity to start out their reign serving the community that supports them. In June, Paisley Hallows was crowned at the Junior Miss North Sevier pageant that was organized by the royalty and committee.

            The NS Royalties had a big week following at the Eyes to the Sky Balloon Festival where they helped with balloon set up, emceeing the talent show, performing, and meeting all the people there. They were able to finish the week off with a hot air balloon ride of their own. In July the royalty was able to ride in the Salina, Gunnison, and Richfield parades on the fourth and the Redmond and Centerfield parades on the 24th. In the month of July alone the royalty holds the record for being in the most parades at a total of five. In August the royalty was able to help at the Sevier County Fair and were able to ride in the parade of queens at the rodeo. During the week they helped serve food and ice cream at different events, helped with Little Miss Sevier pageants, and were able to hang out and meet a lot of people. As the year came to an end the royalty was able to be in the Antique Car Show parade making a total of six parades throughout the year.‚Äč In October Isabel Hallows was awarded the title Distinguished Young Women of Utah which resulted in Halee Mason being crowned as Miss North Sevier with Allie Rae Cowley as her 1st Attendant. Halee was able to start off 2022 by presenting a thousand-dollar check donated by Richard Yardley at Mountain View Vision Center for Salina Elementary during a reading assembly. The 2021 Miss North Sevier royalty has served and represented the community greatly this past year and are excited for the new royalty to be crowned on Friday March 11th at 7:00 PM at the North Sevier High School. Tickets will be sold at the door for $7.

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