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Miss Sylacauga Little Sister program serves as mentorship opportunity


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Miss Sylacauga Little Sisters program, formerly known as Rising Stars, has emerged as a unique initiative linked with the Miss Sylacauga and Miss Sylacauga’s Outstanding Teen competitions.

Designed for girls aged seven to eleven, the program focuses on mentorship and personal development rather than competition.

Candidates who qualify as Little Sisters become mentors for young ladies in the specified age group. Eligibility requirements mirror those stated on, ensuring geographic alignment.

The program offers an array of benefits, including participation in rehearsals alongside Miss Sylacauga and Miss Sylacauga’s Teen Candidates, a chance to grace the stage during the competitions, recognition in the Miss Sylacauga program book, autographed memorabilia, crown jewelry, a commemorative T-shirt, and a certificate of participation.

Also, one Little Sister participant will be selected randomly to accompany Miss Sylacauga during her service year and at the Miss Alabama event.

With enrollment limited to 30 participants, those interested are encouraged to secure their spots before the Sept. 16 deadline.

To register and learn more, visit here.

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