During floor ceremonies Monday, the Legislature recognized the Miss and Mr. Mason Area Pageant with resolutions thanking participants for their community service in Mason County.
“The pageant has been part of countless volunteer endeavors throughout the county, and its service has been a bright ray of hope to many in need,” said Griffey, R-Allyn. “It’s an honor to represent a district with such vibrant, dedicated community leaders.”
“I could not be more impressed by these young role models who are making such a positive difference in our local communities. Their dedication to serving others is nothing short of inspiring,” said MacEwen, R-Union.
The Miss and Mr. Mason Area Pageant has served Mason County for four years. Pageant royalty and their families have participated in several projects throughout the county, including walking in the Relay for Life, collecting coats for a local domestic violence shelter, collecting food for a food bank, making Kids Capes of Courage for foster children, and more.
“The pageant allows citizens of all ages to display their commitment to public involvement and the betterment of Mason County,” said Sheldon, D-Potlatch. “We were glad to sponsor a resolution honoring their efforts, but no resolution is as important as the contribution they make to the community.”