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Monday is deadline to sign up for Miss Senior Franklin Pageant presented by Morning Pointe of Franklin

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The deadline to apply to participate in the Miss Senior Franklin Pageant, presented by Morning Pointe of Franklin Assisted Living, Tennessee, is approaching this Monday, July 1.

The pageant will take place on July 11 at 7 p.m. at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at 112 Everbright Ave. in Franklin. It is open to all senior ladies ages 55 and up.

To apply, email the following information to franklintn-ed@morningpointe.com by July 1:

  • Name
  • Age
  • Brief bio
  • Photo

Those who are selected will be notified. There is a $150 nonrefundable fee to compete.

The competition will involve an interview, a fashion/fun wear contest and an evening gown contest. The top five contestants will advance to answer a final question to determine the winner for Miss Senior Franklin.

Proceeds from registration fees, sponsorships and ticket sales will go to the Morning Pointe Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works to provide clinical scholarships and caregiver support. The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Morning Pointe Senior Living.

Jenna Wetherholt, executive director at Morning Pointe of Franklin, is the main organizer for the event. She has competed in multiple pageants over the years, including most recently in the 2024 Miss Tennessee USA Pageant.

“We wanted to do something to support the great work of the Morning Pointe Foundation, and I thought a pageant would be a unique and fun way to do that,” she said. “It also goes to show that beauty and style do not belong only to the young.”

Tickets for the pageant are $25 and are available on the Williamson County Performing Arts Center website.

For more information about the event, call Wetherholt at 615-419-0674.

Located at 1005 Generations Way, Morning Pointe of Franklin provides assisted living with 24/7 access to clinical care; meals with dietician oversight and an emphasis on fresh, local produce; a full life enrichment activity program; engaging community partnerships; and on-site physical, occupational and speech therapy services. The community shares a campus with The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Franklin.

The community is one of 25 assisted living and memory care centers in Tennessee operated by Morning Pointe Senior Living. The company was founded in 1997 by healthcare entrepreneurs Greg A. Vital and Franklin Farrow, and it owns and operates 38 communities in five southeastern states. Other area Morning Pointe campuses are located in Spring Hill, Brentwood, Columbia and Tullahoma.

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