Kinsey Ross of Bainville Competing for Miss Montana This Week
June 19, 2019 | View PDF
Kinsey Ross, 18, a Bainville High School graduate, will be competing in the Miss Montana Scholarship Pageant this year after competing in Montana's Outstanding Teen competition the past two years, She is guaranteed $950 in scholarship money as she competes to be the 70th Miss Montana June 20-22 at the DCHS auditorium in Glendive.
She will be singing for the talent portion, worth 50% in the Miss competition as swimsuit competition was eliminated.
Daughter of Teresa Ross, Kinsey plans to attend Montana State University majoring in sociology and minoring in criminology. She was a cheerleader and active in FFA at Bainville High School. Her platform of service is One Call Away: Suicide Prevention.
The public can vote for their favorite Miss and Teen online at http://www.MissMontana.com. The winner advances to be a finalist and win a scholarship as the judges narrow their selection.
Friday at 1 p.m. is the Show Us Your Shoes Parade in downtown Glendive and Saturday at 1 p.m. is the Royal Tea where the contestants will be modeling fashions from the tea sponsor The VINT. Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen will be crowned Friday, June 21 followed by a gala of music and food sponsored by Cape Air at the Eastern Plains Event Center, 313 S, Merrill.
Miss Montana Competition continues Saturday June 22 at 7 p.m. with the finalists and the Montana's Choice announced and the judging begins anew. Miss Montana 2019 receives $5100 and represents Montana at the Miss America Competition. $37,000 in cash scholarships and more in prizes and applied scholarships are available to the 13 Outstanding Teen and 11 Miss Montana contestants.