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Miss Hospitality Pageant week kicks off in Hattiesburg

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The 65th Annual Mississippi Miss Hospitality Pageant is just days away.

Thirty-five of Mississippi’s brightest young ladies are in Hattiesburg and ready to take the stage to compete for the title, before they do so, they have a week full of events.

The contestants checked in Sunday and kicked off their pageant week Monday with a press conference at the Saenger Theater. All participants will explore Hattiesburg and attend social events all leading up to the crowning July 26.

Tuesday, July 22
“Miss Hospitality Gives Back Tour” 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
    8 a.m. - Breakfast at the Hattiesburg Visitors Center
    9 a.m. - Painting “Empty Bowls” at Main Street Books
    10:30 a.m. - Visit the ARC of Forrest County
    12 p.m. - Tour of Forrest General Hospital followed by lunch

Wednesday, July 23
Contestant Autograph Signing Event
Asbury Discovery Center, Hattiesburg Zoo 1 – 2 p.m.

Friday – Saturday, July 25 – 26
Mississippi Miss Hospitality Pageant 8 p.m.

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