Ms. Senior Guilford County Crowned at Pageant

Beauty pageants are for the young – and the young at heart – as shown on September 23 when Jeanne Callicutt from Greensboro was crowned Ms. Senior Guilford County 2017. If she chooses, Jeanne can compete in the 2018 North Carolina State Pageant in Southern Pines.

All the pageant candidates had a five-minute interview with distinguished judges Lisa Dames, singer/entertainer; Carrie Varnedore, fashionista with Songbirds Bridal; and Debbi Butner, Director of Development at the Shepherd’s Center in Kernersville. The contestants were also judged on their “I Believe” statement, evening gown, and talent. Jeanne graciously accepted the crown as queen, while Janet Wagner of High Point was chosen as 1st runner up.

Hostess and sponsor for this event was Spring Arbor of Greensboro. Mistress of Ceremonies was WFMY TV reporter Hope Ford. Music and entertainment was provided by Ronnie Conaway from Kernersville. Special entertainment was provided by Ann Taylor, Ms. Senior Guilford County 2015.

The goal of the Ms. Senior Pageant is to enhance the image of women who have reached the “age of perfection,” (60 years or better) and to honor women who display dignity, maturity, and inner beauty.

To learn more about becoming a candidate or co-sponsor for the 2018 Senior Guilford County Pageant, please contact Michele Altman, Marketing Director, at 336-286-6404, or Shelby Kline, Activities Director, at 336-286-6404 at Spring Arbor of Greensboro. For information about Ms. North Carolina Senior America, contact Sarah Daffron at or visit


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