DACULA HIGH SCHOOL PTSA WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME OUR NEW SELECTED MISS DACULA DIRECTOR
DR. CINDY BRADFORD
DACULA HIGH SCHOOL PTSA WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME OUR NEW SELCTED EVENTS COORDINATOR
MRS TAMMY WILLIAMS
On 9-11-13, the Miss Dacula Pageants were honored to be awarded the Volunteering Family of the Year by Greening Forward and the City of Dacula for their countless hours of service and commitment to the Dacula Remembers 9/11 Day over the past 3 years.
In April 2013, the Miss Dacula crowned representatives were honored by the Gwinnett County Commissioner's Office for their thousands of hours of volunteer service during their reign in 2012-13. Pictured here are ChiChi Drayton, Brooke Pere, Caitlin Piland, and Adriana Rafanelli.
Article from Barrow Journal, Wed, April 25, 2012, Page 13A, "Board considers hosting award program for student volunteering."
Miss Dacula Girls brought The North Pole to the Dacula Kids Village for a Christmas Celebration! Our team of decorators decended upon the Dacula Kids Village the week before the big event to turn one unleased parcel at the DKV into a Winter Wonderland! With a $300.00 budget from DKV, donations from friends and family and a lot of creativity, it was a vision to behold. From creating crazy hair and facepainting in the Whoville Salon; helping children write letters at the North Pole Post Office to our soldiers serving oversea; working at the Elf Workshop with children making their Polar Bear crafts; serving in Santa's Kitchen with children decorating cookies to helping Jolly Old St. Nicholas in the photo booth, our girls were everywhere for this monumental event and loving every bit of it! We are honored to have our Performing Troup featured in this promotional video made by the Dacula Kids Village.
A beauty pageant for her daughter? No way, thought Lilianna Hilton. Her teenager, Jessy Mailloux, didn't need any more emphasis on beauty, thank you very much.
"But this has all been such a positive thing for her," Hilton says. "Now she's gung-ho about volunteering. It's really uplifting."
Welcome to the Miss Dacula Pageant, where winners don't just walk away with a crown and a few glamour photos. They really don't walk away at all, but spend months, if not years, participating in public service projects in Dacula and metro Atlanta and mentoring younger girls.
Dacula High School is looking for a few good men and women. Actually, it's looking for the names of military veterans who are graduates of the school.
Dacula High School is looking for all military veterans who graduated from the school to be included in a book about their service.
The school's PTSA sponsored the project to gather the names of Dacula veterans "so we never forget they served their country, and some made the ultimate sacrifice," said Dawn Siska, co-president of the PTSA. "We have 67 names so far but we know this is just a drop in the bucket."