Each year, girls across Central Georgia look forward to the chance to earn the title of Miss Georgia or Miss Georgia Outstanding Teen. Remelie Heide is one of those girls. Due to the pandemic, they had to wait until June 2021. She says the pause on pageants actually helped her. Normally pageant girls would be hosting events and doing community service throughout the year, but they’ve had to do things differently. Olivia McMillan is Miss Warner Robins. She says Zoom and virtual settings have become their norm. McMillan looks forward to pageants, not only for the fun, but to learn life-long lessons that she can share with other girls. For Heide and McMillan, the next few weeks are full of interview preparation, dress fittings and talent practices. Both girls encourage others to follow their dreams, no matter the circumstances.

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