The winner will also receive the opportunity to compete at next summer's Miss Utah pageant, the winner of which goes on to compete for the title of Miss America. The first and second runners up to Miss Kaysville-Fruit Heights will also receive cash scholarships and tuition scholarships from Weber State University.
All of the contestants will be awarded $1,000 tuition scholarships to the Fran Brown College of Beauty.
This year's contestants include: Amber Masterson, daughter of Steven and Stephanie Masterson of Kaysville; Lauren Olsen, daughter of Nanci and Kurt Olsen of Kaysville; Challae Law, daughter of Sandra and Brian Law of Fruit Heights; Kristina Christensen, daughter of Terri and Eric Christensen of Kaysville; Tori Jensen, daughter of Steve and Carol Jensen of Fruit Heights; Heidi LeBaron, daughter of Jerry and Denise LeBaron of Fruit Heights; Whitney Ellison, daughter of Michael and Wendy Ellison of Kaysville; Alexis Fife, daughter of John and Kathy Fife of Kaysville; Emily Inderrieden, daughter of John and Louise Inderrieden of Kaysville; and Callie Shepherd, daughter of Kelly and Stacy Shepherd of Kaysville.
Their talents include singing, piano, jazz dancing, clogging, ballet, and violin.
The pageant will be a fun-filled event, with appearances by Miss Utah 2005, Julia Bachison, and Scott Christopher, of movies such as "The Best Two Years" and "The RM." Christopher will act as Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
A Miss Outstanding Teen of Kaysville will also be named that night.
Tickets are available at Bowman's in Kaysville for $5 or for $8 at the door the night of the pageant.
For more information, visit the Web site at www.misskaysvillefruitheights.com.