Our organization proudly supports the girls by providing additional scholarship awards through  talent competition.  Various opportunities are presented during the year for our State participants to demonstrate their talents throughout the state of Georgia.  By giving each young lady an opportunity to expand her own level of creativity, she then grows in her self confidence and self esteem.  A true appreciation of each girl's determination and ability to stand before an audience is not only recognized by our staff, but by the community as well.










Contestants in our system ages 4-9, do not wear make-up.  Girls ages 10-12 only wear simple make-up such as powder, lip gloss or mascara. No eye shadow or heavy lip stick.  Ages 13-up and our State Mrs. contestants, can wear appropriate make-up, still allowing their natural beauty to shine.  

Clothing is also age appropriate.  You do not need custom or designer dresses to compete in our system.  Sunday, party, or flower girl dresses are fine for the younger ones.  Preteens-up can wear ball gowns,  prom, or pageant dresses. America's Mrs. Georgia wear evening gowns or pageant gowns.  This is true in all optional modeling events.  We also only want natural untouched pictures of the girls when competing in photogenic.

Awards presented at preliminary and state competitions include crowns, banners, trophies, plaques, (at State level) saving bonds (scholarship money), cash and many gifts.  At our state level, personal email addresses are also given for use during their year.   Everyone receives recognition at all levels of competition.


Our Promise to You!
We put the girls and their families first!  MGG is MORE than just a pageant!
"Don't just wear the crown; use the crown to make a difference!" sm


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Miss Georgia Girl proudly supports Children's Healthcare of Atlanta with donations during the year.
2006 State Royalty
2012 Miss Georgia Girls visit the Governor and present our Pledge.
This marks the 16th year we have visited the elected officials of our state.
We are honored to be recognized not only by the Governor, but by the Secretary of State, Senators and Congressmen.
Welcome to Miss Georgia Girl & America's Mrs. Georgia (a division of America's National Girl & Woman), a nationally recognized  program for girls ages 3-24 who reside in the state of Georgia.  We have been recognized as one of the most respected  programs in the state! By promoting positive attributes in our youth, we help each girl strive to achieve her goals and be the best she can personally be.  Girls who participate in our system are not compared to one another.  They are all individuals and are recognized as such.

Miss Georgia Girl offers numerous opportunities for girls and young women to broaden their personal experiences which will increase their level of confidence and self esteem.  Friendships, close family ties, encouragement from peers and personal growth are qualities desired in our youth today.  We offer support in achieving goals you and your daughter have set.  Modeling, public speaking, talent and scholastic achievement are only a few of the areas we can assist in.  Preparation for other scholarship programs are also encouraged.

We firmly believe in keeping the girls and young women active in our communities.  We participate in parades, volunteer activities such as Special Olympics, MD Telethon,  Rely For Life, and March of Dimes, collecting can goods for needy families, and the list goes on.  We try to instill the importance of "giving back" to our communities.
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Miss Georgia Girl has a long history of volunteer service, and more than 25 volunteers perform community service each year on behalf of the organization. Since July 2009, our girls have collectively served over 5000 hours. 

In his 2002 State of the Union Address, President George W. Bush created the USA Freedom Corps, and called on every American to make a lifelong commitment to volunteer service.  The PRESIDENT’S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD recognizes individuals and families who have answered that call.

America’s volunteers work to make our communities stronger and safer. As a Certifying Organization for the award program, Miss Georgia Girl is proud to be aligned with this prestigious volunteer award, and we are especially proud of our volunteers who have made volunteer service a central part of their lives.

The recipients of the PRESIDENT’S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD are role models for all Americans.  Each volunteer hour contributed makes a difference in improving the quality of life for others, and we encourage everyone to contribute to their community by volunteering.  Volunteers bring us closer together as families, as communities and as a Nation, through their commitment.

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Brittany Stathes Caring Heart Award
Started in 2007 by the Brock family, the Brittany Stathes Caring Heart Award is presented to a young lady who has displayed unselfish community service during the the year. Brittany, the spokesperson for Miss Georgia Girl, was selected by the Brock family because of her dedicaiton to Miss Georgia Girl and the respect given as a  role model for our girls. 

The receipients of this award are chosen using the same criteria originaly initiated by the Brock family.
2007
Brittany Stathes
2008
Angela Landers
2009
MacKenzie Bearup

Victoria, Miss Georgia Girl
Brittany, Miss Georgia Girl Grand Supreme
2010
Heather Dalton

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We are open Monday thru Friday from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM and on Saturday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. You may call us 
Toll Free at 877-258-2325. 

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Each year our State Queens participate in the writing of our pledge to "Promote Positive Attributes in Georgia's Youth."  They communicate their thoughts of how we can contribute to making the youth of today stronger in our state. This document is presented to the Governor of Georgia, Lieutenant Governor and is also given to the State Superintendent of Schools.

Take this opportunity to join our family and make memories that will last a lifetime. We offer friendships, community involvement, and a sincere interest in helping your daughter give her personal best while striving to achieve her goals in school and life. 
Congratulations to the 2013 - 14 Miss Georgia Girl State Royalty
2011 and 2012
Tressie Polk
Photo by Moye Colquitt
 MGG is Dedicated to Providing Service During the Year to Many
Charitable Organizations
(A few are listed here)

Norcross Co-Op Ministeries
MDA
Relay For Life
Women's Shelters
Children's Cancer Organizations & Camps
Childrens Healthcare
Special Olympics
Childrens Miracle Network
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Phone: (770) 977-8916 Ext. 2 
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4475 Roswell Road Suite 1610 
Marietta, GA 30062 
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2013
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Miss Georgia Girl State Competition July 18-19, Dallas GA
Deadline is June 28. Line up is First in - Last Out
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