Location: Hastings Middle School Auditorium
Event Day: July 13, 2019
Registration: 8 AM

Competition: 6 PM *

*General Admission: $5

Are you the next Miss Kool-Aid Days?  The Miss Kool-Aid Days Competition is an official preliminary of the Miss America Organization and is for young women between 17-24 years of age.  As a role model for women, Miss Kool-Aid Days has to be well spoken.  She has to be concerned with issues facing our nation.  Participation in the Miss America Program empowers young women to achieve their personal and professional goals, while providing a forum in which to use their talents and intelligence to achieve a platform dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others.

Check out the Miss Kool-Aid Days Outstanding Teen Competition for young women 13-17 years old.  Click here for details!

To compete for the Miss competition, you will need to download and fill out the following:


Additional Competition Information:

Children’s Miracle Network The Miss America Organization has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network to form a National Platform. Each contestant is required to raise $100 for each local pageant in which she participates.


  • Use of Official Local Crown during the reign
  • Sash
  • Kool-Aid Prize Package
  • Flowers
  • $500 cash scholarship
  • Advancement to compete at Miss Nebraska Competition in June 2020
  • Custom appearance schedule

1st Runner Up Award Package:

  • $100 Cash Scholarship
  • Flowers

To be eligible to compete in a Miss America local competition, you must:

  • Must be at least seventeen years of age at the time of her first competition and no older than twenty-four years of age on December 31st of the year she is chosen to represent her state in the National Finals
  • Be at least a senior in high school
  • Be a United States citizen
  • Meet residency requirements for competing in a certain town & state
  • Fundraise $100 for the Children’s Miracle Network (See Contestant Registration Instructions)
  • Complete and sign the Titleholders Duties and Responsibilities contract
  • Complete and return Emcee Sheet and Contestant Information
  • Complete the Resume and Platform statement according to the instructions as set forth by the Miss America Organization
  • Be in reasonably good health to meet the job requirements
  • Be able to meet the time commitment & job responsibilities as set forth by the local program in which you compete.

Scoring percentages in the five phases of local competition:

  • Talent = 35%
  • Private Interview = 25%
  • Lifestyle & Fitness in Swimsuit =15%
  • Evening Wear = 20%
  • On-Stage Questions = 5%

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Miss Kool-Aid Days: Mackenzie Gregory (right)

Miss Kool-Aid Days Outstanding Teen: Morgan Baird (left)