2018 Miss Jackson Crossroads & Outstanding Teen Scholarship Pageant
Sunday, Jan. 14 • Jackson College Potter Center, 2 p.m.
The Miss Jackson Crossroads Scholarship Pageant was established in 2013 empowering Jackson County women to “Aspire! Inspire! Succeed!” Our mission is to provide pageant participants a unique experience for personal and professional growth while earning educational scholarships as a licensed affiliate of the Miss America Organization. The Miss Jackson Crossroads Scholarship Pageant embraces a rich Jackson County history with the Miss Michigan and Miss America organizations. In 1967, Christina Matson-Gilow became the first local titleholder to compete at the state pageant. Since then, Jackson County has celebrated many Top 10 finalists at the Miss Michigan Scholarship Pageant with Kathie Pennington Brauteseth (1982), Victoria Fair Bork (1990) and Coni Hull Sullivan (1995) winning the title of Miss Michigan and competing at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, New Jersey.Buy Tickets