Miss Autism 2019

They are not missing pieces, they are the pieces we need.

November 02, 2019

53 Church St,

Gloversville, NY 12078

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How we started

 

Raelyn Hattat, founder and Executive Director of Miss Autism Awareness, had competed in many beauty pageants in various competitions in New York. Raelyn has won many local, state and National competitions so she has a complete understanding of the many benefits derived from the interaction with others, the poise, confidence, and self-esteem one gains from appearances in front of a crowd.

 

While she recognized the many benefits, she also was aware of things she found undesirable in most of these events; unorganized, not on schedule, not delivering prizes, lack of opportunity, and chaos.

 

It was with the benefits she recognized along with the shortcomings she experienced that Raelyn Hattat founded Miss Autism Awareness. She was determined to accent the positives and eliminate the negatives and vowed that the only complaint one could have after competing at Miss Autism Awareness, “I did not win.” She felt that if this was the only complaint one had after a Miss Autism Awareness event, then she had conducted a great event; as she had no control nor input into who won. That decision rested in the judges alone.

 

 

The Miss Autism Awareness mission was and still is: Provide wholesome competition that not only contestants but their entire family can enjoy. Create an environment where our contestants can grow, mature, develop, and exhibit their talents, personalities, interpersonal skills, and sportsmanship, providing opportunity and rewards, that will further enhance their lives and provide direction as they pursue their ambitions. We are extremely proud of not only who our contestants are but the outstanding folks they have become.

 

Every year Miss Autism Awareness donates all of their proceeds to many different Autism groups. With their donations, Miss Autism Awareness has helped many families receive additional support from specialists at no cost to the families.

 

We hope to see you their and help make a huge difference in somebody's life.

 

Learn how you can make a difference and compete at the same time.

 

Or if you don't want to compete you can still make a difference with, Miss Autism Awareness with official merchandise.

What is Autism?

 

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 59 children in the United States today.

 

We know that there is not one autism but many subtypes, most influenced by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, each person with autism has a distinct set of strengths and challenges. The ways in which people with autism learn, think and problem-solve can range from highly skilled to severely challenged. Some people with ASD may require significant support in their daily lives, while others may need less support and, in some cases, live entirely independently.

 

Several factors may influence the development of autism, and it is often accompanied by sensory sensitivities and medical issues such as gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, seizures or sleep disorders, as well as mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression and attention issues.

- https://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism

How to compete

 

Thank you for interest in joining us for Miss Autism Awareness 2019. We hope this is an enjoyable experience for everyone so please read through all of the rules and if you have any questions and concerns please feel free to contact us.

 

Baby & Tiny Entry fees -

 

Baby and Tiny divisions entry fee is $25 with a required deposit of $15 due by August 10, 2019. With the remaining entry fee  due October 2, 2019.

 

Optionals: $5 each or $15 for ALL -

 

Talent (max 1:30)

Outfit of Choice

Photogenic 1

Photogenic 2

 

Mini & Divisions Entry fees -

 

Mini+ divisions entry fee is $50 with  a required deposit of $25 due by August 10, 2019, with the remaining entry fee  due October 2, 2019.

 

Optionals: $10 each or $35 for ALL -

 

Talent (max 2:00)

Outfit of choice

Photogenic 1

Photogenic 2

Onstage QA (only for Mini and Junior)

Lifestyle and fitness (Teen+)

Rules to compete

 

If you are 18 or younger you can have ONE dresser with you in the back. I need to know the name so I can make sure they have a pass ready for them on arrival. Before 2:45 pm (when the doors open to the general public) there is no one allowed through the doors beside contestants, their dressers, and staff. I can’t wait to see you at the pageant!

 

Baby Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (0-1)

Tiny Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (2-4)

Mini Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (5-7)

Junior Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (8-12)

Teen Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (13-18)

Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (19-26)

Ms Autism Awareness 2019 (27+, regardless of marital status)

 

Overall Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (Contestant with the highest overall score in the Mini+ pageant)

 

Miss Autism Awareness Charity Queen 2019 (Contestant that raises the most amount of monetary donation and care package items)

Divisional winners will receive:

 

-Crown and Sash

-Miss Autism Awareness merchandise

-Other age appropriate prizes

-Dinner after the pageant at Friendly's for the winning contestant

 

Overall and Charity Queen:

 

-Crown and rhinestone sash

-Miss Autism Awareness merchandise

-Special set of prizes

-Dinner after the pageant at friendly’s for the winning contestants

Download Contestant Packet

Register Baby & Tiny

Register Mini and Junior Miss

Register Teen, Miss and Ms.

Submit Head Shots

Submit Music for Talent

Baby & Tiny Deposit

Mini & Divisions Deposit

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT WITH HIGH QUALITY MERCHANDISE CREATED BY: BIG FISH MULTIMEDIA

Order your Miss Autism 2019 shirts before they are gone.

Small

Medium

Large

XL

2XL

What better way to show your support with our high quality screen printed, Miss Autism Awareness pageant.

 

For each purchase we will donate $15 towards the Miss Autism Awareness pageant.

 

These short-sleeve t-shirts are made from 5.3-oz 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

Features shoulder-to-shoulder taping and seamless 7/8” collar. Reinforced with double-needle stitching throughout. With the blue Miss Autism Awareness logo in the center of the shirt.

 

Please allow 5 days production time.

Will ship out on the 6th day using USPS with a tracking number.

 

ONLY $19.99

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Miss Autism 2019

They are not missing pieces, they are the pieces we need.

November 02, 2019

53 Church St. , Gloversville NY, 12095

How we started

 

Raelyn Hattat, founder and Executive Director of Miss Autism Awareness, had competed in many beauty pageants in various competitions in New York. Raelyn has won many local, state and National competitions so she has a complete understanding of the many benefits derived from the interaction with others, the poise, confidence, and self-esteem one gains from appearances in front of a crowd.

 

While she recognized the many benefits, she also was aware of things she found undesirable in most of these events; unorganized, not on schedule, not delivering prizes, lack of opportunity, and chaos.

 

It was with the benefits she recognized along with the shortcomings she experienced that Raelyn Hattat founded Miss Autism Awareness. She was determined to accent the positives and eliminate the negatives and vowed that the only complaint one could have after competing at Miss Autism Awareness, “I did not win.” She felt that if this was the only complaint one had after a Miss Autism Awareness event, then she had conducted a great event; as she had no control nor input into who won. That decision rested in the judges alone.

The Miss Autism Awareness mission was and still is: Provide wholesome competition that not only contestants but their entire family can enjoy. Create an environment where our contestants can grow, mature, develop, and exhibit their talents, personalities, interpersonal skills, and sportsmanship, providing opportunity and rewards, that will further enhance their lives and provide direction as they pursue their ambitions. We are extremely proud of not only who our contestants are but the outstanding folks they have become.

 

Every year Miss Autism Awareness donates all of their proceeds to many different Autism groups. With their donations, Miss Autism Awareness has helped many families receive additional support from specialists at no cost to the families.

 

We hope to see you their and help make a huge difference in somebody's life.

 

Learn how you can make a difference and compete at the same time.

 

Or if you don't want to compete you can still make a difference with, Miss Autism Awareness with official merchandise.

Rules to compete

 

If you are 18 or younger you can have ONE dresser with you in the back. I need to know the name so I can make sure they have a pass ready for them on arrival. Before 2:45 pm (when the doors open to the general public) there is no one allowed through the doors beside contestants, their dressers, and staff. I can’t wait to see you at the pageant!

 

Baby Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (0-1)

Tiny Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (2-4)

Mini Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (5-7)

Junior Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (8-12)

Teen Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (13-18)

Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (19-26)

Ms Autism Awareness 2019 (27+, regardless of marital status)

 

Overall Miss Autism Awareness 2019 (Contestant with the highest overall score in the Mini+ pageant)

 

Miss Autism Awareness Charity Queen 2019 (Contestant that raises the most amount of monetary donation and care package items)

How to compete

 

Thank you for interest in joining us for Miss Autism Awareness 2019. We hope this is an enjoyable experience for everyone so please read through all of the rules and if you have any questions and concerns please feel free to contact us.

 

Baby & Tiny Entry fees -

 

Baby and Tiny divisions entry fee is $25 with a required deposit of $15 due by August 10, 2019. With the remaining entry fee  due October 2, 2019.

 

Optionals: $5 each or $15 for ALL -

 

Talent (max 1:30)

Outfit of Choice

Photogenic 1

Photogenic 2

 

Mini & Divisions Entry fees -

 

Mini+ divisions entry fee is $50 with  a required deposit of $25 due by August 10, 2019, with the remaining entry fee  due October 2, 2019.

 

Optionals: $10 each or $35 for ALL -

 

Talent (max 2:00)

Outfit of choice

Photogenic 1

Photogenic 2

Onstage QA (only for Mini and Junior)

Lifestyle and fitness (Teen+)

Divisional winners will receive:

 

-Crown and Sash

-Miss Autism Awareness merchandise

-Other age appropriate prizes

-Dinner after the pageant at Friendly's for the winning contestant

 

Overall and Charity Queen:

 

-Crown and rhinestone sash

-Miss Autism Awareness merchandise

-Special set of prizes

-Dinner after the pageant at friendly’s for the winning contestants

Baby & Tiny Deposit

Mini & Divisions Deposit

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT WITH HIGH QUALITY MERCHANDISE CREATED BY: BIG FISH MULTIMEDIA

Order your Miss Autism 2019 shirts before they are gone.

Small

Medium

Large

What better way to show your support with our high quality screen printed, Miss Autism Awareness pageant.

 

For each purchase we will donate $15 towards the Miss Autism Awareness pageant.

 

These short-sleeve t-shirts are made from 5.3-oz 100% pre-shrunk cotton.

Features shoulder-to-shoulder taping and seamless 7/8” collar. Reinforced with double-needle stitching throughout. With the blue Miss Autism Awareness logo in the center of the shirt.

 

Please allow 5 days production time.

Will ship out on the 6th day using USPS with a tracking number.

 

XL

2XL

ONLY $19.99

Big Fish Multimedia Logo

Phone: (518) 848-3095

331.5 North Perry St - Johnstown, NY 12095