Miss/Jr. Miss Raymond Scholarship News

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2020 Miss Raymond Paige Rivera , Jr. Miss Raymond Makenna Brackett and Little Miss Raymond Adelaide McArthur

Aurora Paci-Burghardt Wins Miss Raymond Crown

Gia Beckford Crowned Junior Miss Raymond and Laila Merrill Crowned Little Miss Raymond

Lizzie Wolcott Wins 2018 Miss Raymond Title
Frankie DiLeo Crowned Jr. Miss Raymond 2018 and Gina Blomster Crowned Little Miss Raymond 2018

Sheridan DiLeo Reigns as Miss Raymond 2017, Jr. Miss Raymond is Aurora Paci-Burghardt and Little Miss Raymond is Billie Reynolds

2016 Miss Raymond, Junior Miss and Little Miss Pageants Near

Katarina Vogel Reigns
   as Miss Raymond 2015



Maggie Paris Wins it All as
    Junior Miss Raymond 2015


Miss Raymond and Jr. Miss Raymond Pageants Are Scheduled

This year’s pageant dates are set and ready to go. The contestants have been practicing their talents and public speaking skills in hopes to become the next in line to represent our town as Miss and Jr. Miss Raymond 2015!

Our 26th Miss Raymond Pageant will be held on Thursday, July 9th at 7pm at Raymond High School. Tickets will be sold at the door. General admission is $10.00 and $8.00 for students and seniors. This is an annual event that kicks off the Raymond Town Fair Week celebration

Our 9th Junior Miss Raymond Pageant will take place on Saturday, July 11th at 1pm at Raymond High School. Tickets for this event will be:  $8.00 general admission and $6.00 for students and seniors. 

Each year, the Miss Raymond Scholarship Program awards over $2,000.00 to our newly crowned Miss & Junior Miss Raymond and finalists. The young women chosen to represent our town each year attend many events throughout the year. So, we hope to have many residents in attendance to cheer on these lovely and talented young women.

If you would like more information about our organization, please go to our facebook pages: Miss Raymond Scholarship Program and Jr. Miss Raymond and “like us”




Front row left to right: Katarina Vogel, Tovah Duffaut, Miss Raymond 2014 Katie Masso-Glidden, Samantha Reynolds, and Savannah Witham.

Back row left to right: Alexandra Doherty, Emily Finnegan, Alyssa Silvia, Catherine Riley, Savannah Cooney



The Jr. Miss Raymond Pageant will take place during the Raymond Town Fair weekend on Saturday July 11th beginning at 1:00 pm in the Raymond High School Cafeteria. 

Our reigning Jr. Miss Raymond 2014, Alexis Cote, has had a wonderful, eventful year appearing in such events as the Raymond 250th Gala Ball, the 250th Parade, The Ring it in With Raymond New Year's Celebration, as well as a variety of other community events. 

We are all very curious to find out who will wear the crown next? 

Tickets are $8 for general admission and $6 for students and seniors.  Jr Miss Raymond is a non-profit program run solely by volunteers.

  All proceeds directly support the scholarship fund.  Every contestant will receive a scholarship, with the new Jr Miss Raymond receiving a $300 scholarship.



Front Row L to R: Megan Faust, Kiara Lowman, Jr Miss Raymond 2014 Alexis Cote
  Middle Row L to R: Elizabeth Pitts, Kathryn Doucette
   Back Row from L to R: Maggie Paris, Shannon Tapley, Cassidy Rullo


Raymond Teen, Katie Masso-Glidden, Reigns as Miss Deerfield Fair
























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