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(1) Contestants must compete in the age division according to their age the day of the National Pageant for atlarge contestants.  If a contestant competed in a Local or State Forestry Pageant, they will compete in the same age group they competed in at their Local or State Pageant.  Must be a legal resident of the USA.

(2) Must submit a copy of your birth certificate with the application.

(3) May be sponsored by friends, family or businesses.

(4) Must sell (4) Good luck ads at $25.00 each to go in the program book. You may get ads from friends, family or businesses. Ad page must be submitted camera ready and typed in bold black. You can lay page out the way you want to, just include contestants name, parents, sponsor, and state. State is the state that you are representing. Scan picture onto ad page.  Submit wallet photo for website.

(5) The pageant is open to any contestant from any state within the United States.

(6) You do not have to win a state pageant to attend.  if you do not have a pageant in your state, you can compete atlarge and represent your state.  You will receive a state crown and state sash for your state if you come atlarge.

(7) If named queen, you must  promote the Forestry Industry.

(8) Must get permission from the National Director before promoting the United States National Forestry title.

(9) Must always act in a ladylike manner.

(10) Queens will get scholarship money at the end of her reign, provided she fulfills her duties as Miss United States National Forestry Queen.

(11) Contestants must have never been married or never been pregnant, or never convicted of a crime. Queens cannot marry or become pregnant or be convicted of a crime during their reign.

(12) A contestant agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of the GFPEA now in affect or announced thereafter.

 (13) The pageant will be conducted under the rules established by GFPEA and a contestant agrees that the time, manner and method of judging the pageant shall be solely within the discretion of the GFPEA and the decision of the judges will be final.

(14) Anyone acting in a disorderly way will be disqualified without refund.

(15) No refunds unless pageant should be canceled.

(18) The deadline to enter is August 1, 2017 for atlarge contestants and four weeks after your state pageant for state queens.  We will accept atlarge contestants on a first come first serve basis.

(19) If named queen, you must be on time for all the appointments and if named queen, the queen must give a phone number and the address where she can be reached at all times by the GFPEA. Queens reign and appearance shall be handled solely within the GFPEA and the Queen.

(20) A contestant must be of good moral character and shall not have been convicted of any crimes and shall possess poise, personality, intelligence, and charm.

(21) No Cameras of any nature allowed in the building or on the premises. We will have a videographer and a photographer for your convenience. No cell phones, beepers, or electronic equipment allowed in the building. Contestants will be disqualified if a family member or members of her entourage are caught breaking any of the GFPEA rules.

(22) If entering photogenic, pictures must be mailed no later than August 1, 2013.

(23) A $40.00 service charge will be charged for returned checks.  We do not accept personal checks.  We accept business checks, money orders, cash, or cashier's checks.

(24) No Food or Drinks in the Auditorium.

(25) Should there be a problem of any kind during the pageant, or related events, the contestants are to go directly to the GFPEA. Any unruly, unsportsmanlike, or unbecoming conduct by a contestant or any member of her entourage, or any disregard for the rules and regulations of this pageant could result in immediate dismissal from further competition without refund. Depending upon the severity of the action or behavior, it could result in a permanent barrier from future competition in the Miss United States National Forestry Scholarship Pageant, to be decided upon by the GFPEA.

(26) If named queen and for some reason, title is revoked, you will have to return all prizes such as but not limited to crown, banner, crowning pin, scholarships, and all prizes presented to the queen on the night she wins to the GFPEA. If your title is revoked on the national forestry level, you can never compete in a local, state, or national forestry pageant.

(27) No Soliciting of any kind is allowed at the pageant or in the building. This means no passing out of other materials, applications and so forth.

 (28) Queens will keep their crown, banner and all prizes at the end of their reign. Queens cannot wear the United States National Forestry crown, banner, crowning pin and so forth to promote another pageant after they give up their National Forestry title. If caught doing so, the GFPEA has the right to ask for the crown, banner, and crowning pin to be returned to the GFPEA.

(29) These rules apply to Baby, Teeny, Tiny, Little, Junior, Teen, Miss, and Ms contestants competing for the titles of Miss United States National Forestry and if named Baby, Teeny, Tiny, Little, Junior, Teen, Miss, or Ms United States National Forestry, these rules will stay in effect until the United States National Forestry Queens fulfill their year and relinquish their title on the date that is set by the GFPEA for the next following National Pageant.


If I can assist you, call me at 229-386-2681 or 229-238-2851.

I look forward to having you join us for the fun and excitement of the Miss United States National Forestry Pageant.

Dianne Dominy President/Director visit our website at http://usnationalforestry.tripod.com  

Copyright@2003-2017 Georgia Forestry Pageant and Educational Association, Inc. Materials are not to be copied.
We do not give anyone permission to use our name, text or our graphics.


The Forestry Queens are proud to join forces with Smokey Bear in helping to spread his message about fire prevention.
The Forestry Queens travel to many events throughout the year where they speak and educate our Nation on the Importance of Fire Prevention.

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The Miss United States National Forestry® of the Miss Georgia Forestry Pageant® since 1940
Miss Forestry Pageant® since 1940
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Please note, we have been using the Forestry Pageant name in business since 1940,  the Forestry Pageant® since 1940, and the Miss Turpentine Pageant since 1940.  The Forestry Pageant name has been clearly stated as a trademark on all the Forestry Pageant materials for 78 years  and websites for the last thirteen years. We do not give permission for anyone to use Forestry in relation to Pageant with Forestry Pageant or any similarity  to Forestry Pageant , nor do we give anyone permission to use our graphics or our text.   The Forestry Pageant has been promoting the Forestry Industry since 1940.  We do not give anyone permission to use the Miss Turpentine Pageant.  The Miss Turpentine Pageant was started in 1940.
Miss Forestry Pageant, Miss Georgia Forestry Pageant, and Miss United States National Forestry Pageant are all registered with the United States Trademark.