Pageantry means different things to different people, but to us and the young women that have worn our crowns, it means opportunity, community, empowerment and so much more! We believe that pageantry has a lot to offer young women. A panel interview may be the first time she has been asked about her opinions on the world around her, her goals and dreams for the future. We provide young women a launching pad to discover their voices, discover their place in our community and do it while having fun and building friendships in the sisterhood of pageantry!
The city of El Cajon sponsors a tremendous amount of civic functions throughout the year. Our titleholders support City leaders and the East County Chamber of Commerce during these events like the Dinner & A Concert Series, Cajon Classic Car Cruise, Arbor Day, Mother Goose Parade and many, many more!
Contestants must live, work or attend school in El Cajon
The hamlet of Jamul has many traditions that our titleholders support including the JamulFest parade and BBQ, the Kiwanis Chili Cook-Off and Car Show and the yearly Easter Egg Hunt at Thousand Trail Pio Pico resort. Many of our former titleholders have gone on to win State titles including Miss California Teen USA (Alexis Swanstrom, Jamul Teen 2009).
Contestants must live, work or attend school in Jamul District
Just south of El Cajon, you will find the community of Rancho San Diego. This beautiful east county community sits on the northern edge of Steele Canyon County Park and just south of Casa de Oro and Mount Helix. The Steele Canyon Bridge is a historical landmark and popular photo site. Our queens participate in a variety of events throughout San Diego County..
Contestants must live in San Diego County.
With over fourteen years volunteering in the Jamul community, Kelli has done everything from chairing special events with the Jamul PTA and Jamul Arts and Music Council to serving on the Jamul AYSO Board as Co-Commissioner and as a coach.
Kelli followed her daughters Elan and Capri into pageantry and enjoys mentoring young women and serving her community.