The Mrs. America pageant is one of America’s oldest and most prestigious beauty pageants that honors married women and their accomplishments. It was founded in 1977 and continues to empower married women to become leaders through community service.
The Mrs. America organization gives women a powerful platform to raise awareness about their respective charitable causes. Each year, the contestants, representing the 50 states and the District of Columbia, earn the right to participate in the national event by winning their state’s competition.
The original “Mrs. America” event (which began in 1938) was reorganized in 1977 by Mr. David Marmel to feature a more contemporary format designed to attract married women.
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Miss Krysten Eckes
Mrs. Rachel Behringer
Mrs. Heather Shea
A drug overdose took the life of Victoria Siegel on June 6, 2015,
in her parents’ home near Orlando.
She was 18.
Victoria was one of 129 Americans to die from a drug overdose that day. That tragic rate has only risen, and it continues to rise at unprecedented levels.