CROWNS FOR A CURE
The 11th Annual
We don't wear just any crown
We wear a crown for a Cure!
The "Crowns for a Cure"
Relay for Life Team
Ella Goudie was diagnosed October 10, 2011 with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. (ALL)
You can read her story and see her progress on our Little Miss Hope page.
10 year old Colton Moore was diagnosed December 2013 with Ewing's Sarcoma. (a primary bone cancer)
You can read his story and see his progress on our Mister Relay For Life page.
Krystal Albert photographed the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Pageants. See her website to view photos from the RFL pageants
The Muscogee County Miss Relay for Life Pageant is in no way associated with any other live pageant system. The Muscogee County Miss Relay for Life Pageant is a single, annual, live pageant event that is held solely as a fund raiser for the Muscogee County Relay for Life Event and to support the American Cancer Society. The Muscogee County Relay for Life Pageant was founded in 2008 by Jenny Carver and is presented under the volunteer direction of Brittany Haines and Kacey Gresham.
Brittany Haines and Kacey Gresham do not make or take any profit from the Muscogee County Relay for Life Pageant. We never have and we never will. RFL Pageant director positions are volunteer, nonpaid positions. All profits made above the cost to hold the pageant are donated to The American Cancer Society via the Muscogee County Relay for Life Event.