Miss BT 2019 info

Practice Dates:
4/2 4-6pm: opening number, introductions, walking*
4/3 4-5pm: walking with escorts*
4/4 3-6pm: talents
4/5 4-8pm: walk through entire show (dinner provided)*
4/6 4-8pm: dress rehearsal (dinner provided)*
*escorts please come when you can

SHOW 4/7
ladies arrive by 3:30pm
escort arrive dressed and ready by 4:30pm

Ladies, we will exchange secret sister letters/small gifts on Friday night 4/6.

We are having Tropical Smoothie box dinners on Thursday night, please submit your order via text to Ms. Hayward no later than Tuesday 3/27 – MENU CHOICES

-Formalwear paragraphs and talents intros are due typed and emailed no later than 4/1 @ midnight. FW paragraph should not exceed 250 words
please email to [email protected], please just copy and paste your info into the email NO word documents, NO PDFs, NO pages please!!! 


Alyssa Lamp, is dancing to “A Thousand Years Part 2” by Christina Perri. Alyssa and her little sister have been choreographing dances together since they were little. Alyssa danced with a company for three years, and then decided to be self-taught. She enjoys dancing and anticipates doing another solo at the schools dance recital for the second year in a row.

Mariana will be performing a comedic monologue entitled “Rollercoaster” by Wade Bradford. Mariana has a passion for acting, and loves making people laugh! She hopes that you enjoy her performance!

Courtney Simonsen will be performing a piano piece entitled “The heart asks pleasure first” by Michael Nyman. This piece captures her love for writing and piano and is based on a poem by Emily Dickinson.

Emily Russell will now be singing “So This Is Love” from Disney’s Cinderella. Disney has taught her to always be kind to others, not to let others bring you down, and to always follow your dreams. Singing is an escape for Emily in her most stressful times.


Contestant number 3, Megan Grant, is the daughter of Wende and Peter Grant and the older sister of Jordan Grant. She is a proud member of various associations at school including the National Honor Society, Secretary of the Dreams Come True Club, Beta Club, Junior Ladies, and the photography club. This year will be her 2nd season as a Varsity lacrosse player and 3rd year of playing lacrosse at Bartram Trail. Last year, her and her team made it to the final four state championship game. Megan says that being a part of a team is like being part of a family and she wouldn’t trade anything for the bond she has with her teammates. In her free time, Megan can be found playing other sports such as soccer and volleyball. After graduation, she plans on attending a four-year university to pursue a career that will lead her to a life of excitement, travel, and making a difference in the world. Megan would like to thank her parents, friends, and teammates for all of their help and support to make this pageant possible for her.

Danielle Marie Dziwulski is the proud daughter of Anne and Ken Dziwulski.  She is the oldest of her three sisters and one brother. Danielle is thankful for her sister Keri who has always been there for her.  Danielle started attending Bartram the middle of her sophomore year when she moved from Atlanta. Danielle enjoys singing, dancing, acting, painting, and photography.  She’s currently involved in junior Ladies and I.T.S.  After high school Danielle’s education plans include majoring in Marketing and minoring in communications to become a buyer for large fashion franchises.  She also wants to pursue a career in acting.  Last summer Danielle performed at The Applause Rising Talent competition in Orlando and met agents across America.  Danielle is happily represented by Integrity Talent Management. Danielle’s favorite quote is “believe in yourself you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”  She believes that all people are capable of anything.

Taylor is the daughter of Mark and Stacey Dumdei. She has two siblings, her younger brother Jonathan and her older sister Ashton. Taylor is a member of NHS and Junior Ladies. She has been dancing since she was three at Switzerland Dance School, a Christian dance studio that her grandmother started over 30 years ago. She is a member of the dance company and loves being able to perform with them to minister to the community through dance. Taylor also enjoys singing and baking. Taylor is very involved in her church and youth group. She is very thankful for this opportunity and wants to thank everyone who made this evening possible.

Ainsley Christie Durnin is the daughter of Michaela and Francis Durnin and the sister of three awesome brothers Francis, Philip and Michael. Ainsley is currently part of the Spirit of Bartram Marching band and is involved with the Mentor program that was developed to help band students. She also plays the bass drum in the Bartram Trail Drum Line which was awarded “Best in Class” at their marching band competition last October. Other than playing percussion in the Bartram Trail Wind Symphony, Ainsley has also been playing piano for over 11 years.  After she graduates high school, Ainsley hopes to follow her brother’s footsteps and attend the University of Florida. She would like to study Journalism, Design, Musical Arts or Education. Ainsley would like to thank her wonderful family, her amazing friends and all who helped to make her life an awesome experience!

Taryn Kellie Kinnett is the daughter of Chris and Darrah Kinnett. Taryn has been dancing for 13 years, and has performed in the community nutcracker for 6 years. Taryn is an active member in her churches youth group and a member of junior ladies. After graduation Taryn would like to get her primary teaching degree and teach kindergarten.