Glitter Glitz Productions is announcing their 2012/2013 upcoming Summer Camps and “Natural” Beauty Pageants open to all participants throughout the High Country area. The Summer Camps include Cheer, Pom Dance, and Dance Camp. It’s an exciting time of helping kids come out of their shell, and to become all that they can be, especially if there is talents shown in these areas.
Owners Lori Tolbert and Lee Marshall started Glitter Glitz Productions as an independent competition company which host Dance Competitions and Pageants promoting Self-Confidence as their number one goal in a fun family-friendly atmosphere. It has truly evolved into a family and they are always welcoming more students. Students will learn skills in Non-Competitive Cheering, Competitive Pom Dance, and Competitive Dance with Glitter Glitz’s own Dance Team and hosting Competitions held throughout the region.
Glitter Glitz is having a New Sign-Up Night on May 7th and May 10th from 4-7pm held at the Home Builders Association on Hwy. 105 Bypass next to the Coca Cola Plant. The Summer Camps new season will be held from June 11th-16th and July 16th-20th from 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday. Kids and Youth ages 3 to 16 are eligible and the cost is $100 per week, with each person receiving a Camp T-Shirt. What a steal! While there, the students will learn Stunting, Tumbling, a Cheer Routine, and then on the last day, they will perform what they have learned.
These ongoing activities really boost self-esteem, teaching kids and youth how to have poise, discipline, grace, along with building character and how to be a team player. The Beauty Pageant also brings about social learning for everyday situations like proper speaking, eloquence around a group, and standing tall. How could we not want these desirable qualities for our younger generations and all in a fun and safe environment?
The “Natural” Beauty Pageant is coming up on July 28th for Infants through 18 years of age. By “Natural”, Lori Tolbert states that, “everything with the participants are natural. Their natural hair – no wigs, natural teeth – no vaseline for a fake smile, and such. (See example picture on side) The Dresses also don’t have to be like a Pageant Dress, it can be a beautiful Sunday Dress”. This helps to make it more affordable and putting the emphasis on the person and not the clothing.
Here are the Age Divisions: Baby Miss (0-1 yrs); Wee Miss (2-3yrs); Tiny Miss (4-6yrs) ; Little Miss (7-9yrs); Jr. Miss (10-12yrs); Teen Miss (13-15yrs); and Miss (16-18 years). There are also several categories of the Pageant as well. The Categories of Competition are: Baby & Wee Miss – which will model Sunday or Short Pageant Dress and Swim Wear; Tiny & Little Miss Divisions – in which will model attire will be Short Pageant or Sunday Dress, Sports Sportswear, Swim Wear, and Talent; and then lastly the Jr, Teen, and Miss Division – where they will model attire in Short Pageant or Sunday Dress, Sports Sportswear, Swim Wear, and Talent too. The stage and walkway for the Pageant will be in a “T” shape so that the models and participants will know how to walk, where to stop, and turn.
For more information, visit their website at http://www.glitterglitzproductions.com, contact Lori Tolbert at 828-773-9079 or Lee Marshall at 828-964-3569. Glitter Glitz Productions also has a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Glitter-Glitz-Productions/217327818296954 and you can follow them on Twitter at @ glitterglitz11.