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and life-changing experiences through pageantry
MARCH - Miss sponsor visits, Soroptimist Club meeting, Miss Oak Harbor program delivery
APRIL - The Center Wearable Art Runway Show, Whidbey Island Marathon, Noon Rotary Club Program, Holland Happening Parade
MAY - Habitat for Humanity Women Build, PBY Museum Celebration of Flight auction, Coupeville Memorial Day parade
JUNE - OHHS Senior Awards Night, The Ballet Slipper Conservatory Mary Poppins performance, Mr. Oak Harbor fundraiser car wash
JULY - Miss Pioneer Way Pageant, Oak Harbor Football & Cheer League youth football camp, 4th of July parade
AUGUST - National Night Out, fundraiser car wash for their service project
SEPTEMBER - Oak Harbor Music Festival, Military Picnic, Hydros for Heroes
OCTOBER - Unity Walk with Positively Linked, Dugualla Bay Park clean-up, Night to Shine
NOVEMBER - Mr. Oak Harbor Scholarship Competition, Mr. sponsor visits, Dugualla Bay Park clean-up
DECEMBER - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County Festival of Trees and Teddy Bear Breakfast, Oak Harbor Santa parade, The Ballet Slipper Conservatory Nutcracker performance, Dugualla Bay Park clean-up
JANUARY - Windjammer Park fireworks clean-up, Mr. service project presentation at City Council
FEBRUARY - Soroptimist of Oak Harbor Power of the Purse auction, Whidbey Royalty Valentine's Day Ball
MARCH - 2024 Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant
In March, the newly crowned 2023 Miss Oak Harbor Royalty visited sponsors and delivered Keepsake Programs to show appreciation for their support.
Along with support from Miss Oak Harbor 2022 (Thinalyn Ramier) and 2023 Miss Congeniality (Jaycee Ray), Kiersten, Laurianna, and Liz helped The Center out with their Wearable Art Runway Show by modeling, serving guests, and cleaning up.
The Royalty braved the Oak Harbor weather to meet Whidbey Island Marathon runners at the finish line to congratulate the athletes and hand out medals.
Every year, the Miss Oak Harbor Court chooses a service project to support and fundraise for. They presented their 2023 service project, Deception Pass Park Foundation, to the Noon Rotary Club of Oak Harbor.
Decked out in their tulip crowns, the Miss Oak Harbor Court delighted the crowd at the Holland Happening parade.
Habitat for Humanity of Island County asked Miss Oak Harbor to help out at the BBQ for the Women Build participants. Our Royalty helped set up and clean up and served the hard-working builders after their day of service.
The PBY Museum requested the presence of Miss Oak Harbor Royalty to help throughout the evening during their Celebration of Flight fundraising auction. The PBY Museum Executive Director commented that the auctioneer and volunteer staff were grateful for the Court's cheerful and poised assistance.
One of our greatest joys is delivering scholarships to our participants. Graduating senior Thinalyn Ramier served as 2021 Teen First Princess and Miss Oak Harbor 2022. MOH President River Powers was honored to recognize her for her service and the $6000 in scholarships that she received from Miss Oak Harbor during her two years of reign.
Many of the current Royalty are also members of the Mr. OH Club, which is planning the inaugural Mr. Oak Harbor Scholarship Competition in November. They washed cars all day to raise funds to help produce this new event.
With the help of a few friends, the Royalty pulled off a nearly flawless production of the Miss Pioneer Way Pageant, which serves as their primary fundraiser for their service project. We're always so grateful to have our past Royalty join in our current endeavors.
First Princess Cali was joined by 2023 People's Choice Lauryn Lopez and 2021 Teen Miss Oak Harbor Naomi Crawford to provide assistance at the youth football camp.
Miss Oak Harbor Royalty and the newly crowned 2023 Miss Pioneer Way Royalty showed off their red, white & blue during the Independence Day parade.
The Royalty loved handing out crowns to all the aspiring princesses and princes at the National Night Out community event at Windjammer Park.
To support their service project--Deception Pass Park Foundation--the Royalty held a car wash fundraiser. We were thankful for the additional help from the 2023 Miss Oak Harbor and Miss Pioneer Way contestants who joined the fun (Lauryn, Hannah, and Kat).
Oak Harbor Music Festival benefitted from the Royalty's help when Kiersten (and sister Kat), Laurianna (and mom Kim), Liz (and mom Kate), and Cali all took shifts volunteering in the OHMF merch booths.
Miss Oak Harbor Royalty teamed up with past and potential contestants to provide support for Hydros for Heroes by working in the Info Booth for the weekend. Hydros staff emailed, "They were amazing! Thank you so much for the help."
We love our military personnel and the families who support them! Every year, it's an honor to have the Miss Oak Harbor Royalty's presence requested at the Military Picnic. This year, they got to take a break from serving to hang out with the giant pig for a minute.
Mr. Oak Harbor contestants joined Miss Oak Harbor Royalty and 2023 sash winners for Positively Linked's Unity Walk, designed to call attention to National Bullying Prevention Month.
Miss Oak Harbor Royalty chose Deception Pass Park Foundation as their service project and adopted Dugualla State Park for trail maintenance to support the organization. They invited the Mr. Oak Harbor contestants to join them on their cleaning days in October and November.
2023 Teen Miss Oak Harbor Laurianna Newcomb spent the afternoon hanging out and dancing with party-goers at the Night to Remember Prom, a special needs prom for ages 14 and up.
Cali and Liz showing up to help Global Federal Credit Union celebrate their ribbon cutting.
The Mr. OH Club, made up of these lovely ladies, spent months planning and fundraising for the first Mr. Oak Harbor Scholarship Competition that culminated on pageant night when the 2023 Mr. Oak Harbor Royalty were crowned.
The newly crowned 2023 Mr. Oak Harbor Royalty visited competition sponsors to personally thank the business owners for their support.
Miss Oak Harbor Royalty held several fundraising events during the summer for their service project, allowing them to present a check for $1397.53 to Dave Myers of Deception Pass Park Foundation.
The 2023 Mr. Oak Harbor Royalty have chosen to advocate for a community center in Oak Harbor as their service project. They gave a presented this information to the noon Rotary members.
It's always special when other nonprofit organizations request Whidbey Royalty's presence at their events. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County received lots of help during their Festival of Trees fundraising auction and the Teddy Bear Breakfast the next morning.
Bundled in their holiday attire, the Miss and Mr. Oak Harbor Courts represented Whidbey Royalty in Oak Harbor's Santa Parade.
In support of Miss Diane, who choreographs for our pageants, Miss and Mr. Oak Harbor Royalty were proud to serve as ushers and helpers during the weekend of TBSC Nutcracker performances.
First Prince Nolan and 2024 Miss contestant Savannah volunteered to get up early on January 1 to help the Oak Harbor Chamber clean up debris from the New Year's Eve fireworks display.
As their service project during their reign, the Mr. Royalty chose to advocate for a community rec center for the City of Oak Harbor. To that end, they've been making presentations to various organizations, and even landed on the City Council agenda for January 16. They thank the community for coming out in force to show support for this project.
Kiersten, Laurianna, Liz, Lucas, Nolan, and Brian all represented Whidbey Royalty at the Soroptimists' largest fundraiser of the year. They helped with set-up, spotting during the live auction, packaging up auction items, and tear-down.
Whidbey Royalty held a Valentine's Day Ball and hosted 208 high schoolers from OHHS, CHS, and HomeConnection, as well as many homeschooled students. 1st Princess Cali Pretti organized the production, Royalty were on hand to help during the event, and 2024 Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant contestants peddled tickets. It was a terrific affair!
The Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant takes place in the spring and is open to 9th- through 12th-graders who identify as female and who live within Oak Harbor School District or attend a school within the district.
The pageant is a unique 6-week program that focuses on personal and professional growth through the development of leadership, communication, and marketability.
Our goal is for all participants to gain confidence, self-esteem, and a sense of accomplishment that will enable them to serve as role models for the youth of their community.
Contestants develop lasting friendships while competing to win thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards.
The Miss Pioneer Way Pageant is a 1-day event that takes place the Saturday before July 4th and has a patriotic theme. It is open to those ages 0-14 who identify as female and who have traveled along Pioneer Way in Oak Harbor in the last year.
This is an all-natural pageant; no make-up is allowed.
The reigning Miss Oak Harbor Royalty organize and run the Miss Pioneer Way Pageant as a fundraiser for their service project. They teach the contestants a little dance and coach them in walks, turns, and stage presence.
Age-group Queens and Princesses ride with the Whidbey Royalty in the 4th of July parade.
The Mr. Oak Harbor Scholarship Competition takes place in November. It is produced by the Mr. OH Club, which is made up of the current year's Miss Oak Harbor Scholarship Pageant contestants.
The competition is a 6-week program for high schoolers who identify as male and who live in or attend a school in the Oak Harbor School District.
The program provides targeted coaching that focuses on personal and professional growth. It is a unique opportunity for young men to develop skills, gain confidence, self-esteem, and a sense of accomplishment, and to compete for college scholarships.
Your support and contributions help us provide life-changing experiences for the youth of our community, and your generous donation is tax-deductible. Thank you for your consideration!