The pageant will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Pell City Center in the Performing Arts Center.
“We are really excited about the event,” said Jackie Robinson, who is helping organize the fundraiser. “Right now, we have more than eight high school boys signed up to participate and around 25 men from our community who will be strutting their stuff on behalf of Pell City baseball.”
Robinson said there is still time for people to enter the event. Entry fees are $5 for men and $4 for students. Participants can register up to the time of the actual event Tuesday.
“The audience will be able to vote for their favorite beauty queen with a “People’s Choice” vote for $1 per vote,” she said.
Registration is open to male students of Pell City High School and adult males from the community.
Celebrity judges are St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Phil Seay, St. Clair County District Court Judge Robert Minor, St. Clair County District Attorney Richard Minor, and former PCHS coach Pete Rich.
Master of ceremonies is former professional baseball player Todd Jones. Local attorney Charlie Robinson will provide the color commentary.
“There also will be special entertainment, along with these beautiful ladies,” Robinson said.
Some of the contestants, who have already bought their evening gowns and got their hair-dos and high-heels, include students Chase Robinson, Matt Whittington, Matthew Tarrant, Jake Etheridge, Carter St. John, Jackson Williamson, Noah Parsons, Lance O’Neal and coaches Andrew Tarver, Skipper Jones, Matt Lipham, Josh Money, Allen Doss, teachers/employees Kyle Shelton, Jerry Crowder, Robbie Preston and Matt Black, Duran South Junior High School Principal Cory O’Neal, Iola Roberts Elementary School Principal Roy Bliss, former Pell City Mayor Adam Stocks and local community and businessmen Norman Wilder, Dondi Lee, Pat Worshum, Matt Mosley, Chad Tidwell, Scott Smith, Matthew Maniscalco, Sebastian White, James Otwell, Joel Bowman, Max Thurmond and Dexter Headrick.
Anyone who wishes to enter the pageant should contact Robinson at Jackie@rlflaw.net.
“People need to come and check this out Tuesday night,” Robinson said. “It will be a night to remember.”
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