The 2019 Littlest, Junior and Pre-teen Snow Angel Pageant is scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m. in the auditorium at Carterville High School. All contestants must be Illinois residents.

The Littlest, Junior and Pre-teen Snow Angel Contestants will compete in the areas of modeling and onstage question.

The Littlest, ages 4-6, and Junior, ages 7-9, contestants evening wear should be a Sunday/Party dress, with no full length dresses.

The Pre-teen, ages 10-12, contestants should wear a floor length, age appropriate gown.

Contestants can be registered the day of the pageant. Registration is from 3:30-4 p.m. The cost for Littlest is $20, Junior is $30 and Pre-teen is $40. There is an additional $10 fee for anyone wishing to compete in the optional photogenic competition. The picture needs to be turned in at registration.

There will be a short introductory practice from 4-5:30 p.m. Contestants should come dressed and ready to go onstage.

The 2019 Miss and Teen Illinois Snow Angel Pageant will run intermediately with the Littlest, Junior and Pre-teen Pageant Saturday at Carterville High School.

All proceeds for ticket sales go to Angels' Cove. Tickets are $7 per person.

Angels' Cove is a pregnancy-adoption-foster care home in Mt. Vernon.

In the past nine years, the Illinois Snow Angel Pageant has given over $26,000 in scholarship and has raised almost $30,000 for Angels' Cove.

The 2018 Illinois Snow Angel Queens were Olivia Cravens, Emma Shick, Joselynn Brandon, Marley Trail and Milly Jones.

For more information, contact the director, Jenna Herbst, at or on the pageant Facebook page, search Illinois Snow Angel Pageant.

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