Miss Indian Arizona Gathering of Royalty Workshop
Gathering of Royalty

May 17, 2014

Ak-Chin Indian Community, Service Center,
48227 West Farrell Road, Maricopa AZ, 85139.
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

For girls and her family to learn more about the Miss Indian Arizona Scholarship Program.
Registration fee is $10 per person

  • Meet former Miss Indian Arizona’s
  • Participate in workshops that will help you prepare for the Miss Indian Arizona Pageant
For more information contact
Denise Homer, Executive Director
Miss Indian Arizona Association
480-306-4533
missindianazassoc@outlook.com

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52nd Miss Indian Arizona Crowned
2013 Miss Indian Arizona - Alyssa Garcia

Alyssa Garcia, representing the Ak-Chin Indian Community, was crowned Miss Indian Arizona, 2013-14 on October 12, 2013. She is the daughter of Lisa and Manual Garcia and is the first member of the Ak-Chin Indian Community to every participant in the Miss Indian Arizona Scholarship Program. She served as Miss Ak-Chin, 2011-12 and is currently the president of the Ak-Chin Youth Council and is a member at large on the National Congress of American Indians Youth Commission.

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About Miss Indian Arizona

The Miss Indian Arizona Program began in 1961 resulting from an idea of then Arizona State Fair Director, Charles Garland. It was sponsored by the State Fair Commission and held during the State Fair for 5 years. In June of 1967, the Arizona Republic reported the Miss Indian Arizona Program was "scalped due to lack of Wampum." For the next 32 years, the Program was held on various Arizona reservations with sponsorship shared ... read more


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