The Miss Carbon County pageant was hosted on Saturday evening at Mont Harmon Middle School. There were five young women who competed for the Miss Carbon County title and scholarship.
The contestants had an introduction routine to show the judges who they are. They then participated in a swimwear portion to show confidence and elaborate on how they like to stay fit and healthy.
Then, these girls showed off their talents. A few of them did dance solos and the others showed off their musical skills. The audience then had the opportunity to hear Miss Utah, Jesse Craig, perform her talent of playing an original piece on her violin.
The next portion of the pageant was evening wear and the onstage question, written by fellow contestants, and a question about their platforms. Then, the judges had made their decision. First attendant was awarded to Zaharah Rossi and Gracie Steele was crowned Miss Carbon County 2019.
Steele told the organization that she is excited and feels very blessed to have the opportunity to serve her community. Her platform is called “KICK the Addiction.” According to Steele, she noticed the opioid epidemic here in Carbon County and wants to get as much information about her platform into the community as she possibly can.
The new Carbon County royalty of 2019 consists of Mini Miss Darbee Montgomery, Little Miss Burcklee Brady, Junior Miss Tatum Tatton, Miss Outstanding Teen Eminie Elliot and Miss Carbon County Gracie Steele.