Miss Farmington Cities
Miss Farmington Cities serves as the ambassador for Farmington and Farmington Hills for one full year from July-July after winning the crown at the annual Miss Farmington Cities Pageant. This is a scholarship pageant where the winner will receive an educational scholarship after her year of service. Her court consists of the 1st runner up, 2nd runner up, and a Miss Spirit of Farmington who all generously receive educational scholarships. Miss Farmington Cities and her court can be found serving the community at events throughout the year.
2020 Chili cook-off
Don't miss this year's 23rd annual Chili Cook-Off! On March 8th from 1-4pm meet us at John Cowley & Sons to try amazing locally made chilies! Are you interested in competing with your favorite chili recipe? Apply today- applications are due February 24th! See more paperwork on our events page!
Want to Support Our Program?
The easiest way to support us is to shop. Just log onto smile.amazon.com (or click the link below) and choose us as your charity. Then you can browse smile.amazon.com the same way as amazon. Find the same products, the same prices and the same convenience., but with every order you make on amazon.com amazon will give us 0.5% of the cost of your order for absolutely no additional cost to you. Shop great deals that ship right to your door, while helping us to further support our community and the young women in our program. For more ways to help support us, please check our support page at the link below.
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In Loving Memory of Ginny Morris and Dani Patterson-Mets
Ginny was the true Miss Farmington to us all, this amazing woman began the Miss Farmington Program in 2006 and impacted the lives of so many women. She was a force of honesty, and warmth and had an immeasurable impact throughout the cities. She knew how to push you out of your comfort zone, and made so many people become far more than they believed they could. Dani Patterson-Mets was an incredible supporter of our program and our community. Not only did she generously lend her closet, but she provided genuine time and interest that was invaluable in many young womens' lives. Throughout the years involved in the pageant world, Dani taught countless young girls how to wear heels, walk and hold their heads high while radiating their self confidence and inner beauty first and foremost. Both of these women are greatly missed, but their impact continues to improve the lives of everyone they touched.