ARE YOU READY TO EXPERIENCE THE UIM DIFFERENCE?
2023 Pennsylvania State Pageant
September 10-11, 2022
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania Junior Princess (ages 4-6)
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania Princess (ages 7-9)
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania Preteen (ages 10-12)
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania Junior Teen (ages 13-15)
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania Teen (ages 16-18)
Ultimate International Miss Pennsylvania (ages 19-25)
Ultimate International Ms. Pennsylvania (ages 19-49)
any mariatal status, children allowed
Ultimate International Elite Ms.Pennsylvania (ages 50+)
Ages as of January 1, 2023
YOU COULD BE THE NEXT TO REPRESENT PENNSYLVANIA!
Panel Style for all Delegates
3 minutes for Junior Princess & Princess
5 minutes for Preteen & above
Floor length evening gown required. Any style, any color, no restrictions.
Your best high fashion outfit of choice.
On-Stage Question - Top 3
Top 3 in all divisions will answer an on-stage question.
MEET YOUR STATE DIRECTOR
Latasha Manning resides in Northwestern Pennsylvania where she currently works in family and children’s services providing much needed help to families in transition. She is also currently attending Edinboro University where she is studying to obtain a degree in Social Work.
Latasha’s interest in scholarship pageants started when she learned she would become the mother to her own little girl. Since then, her love of pageantry has developed into her directing many charity pageants and eventually co directing the Pennsylvania and Ohio state pageants for the Miss Military Star organization, which is dedicated to serving and honoring the Veterans of our country.
Now that her daughter is 10 years old, Latasha has had the chance to experience many different pageant systems with her. She is thrilled to use her own experiences as a delegate’s mother to bring an unrivaled state system to Pennsylvania. Through pageantry, she has gained countless friendships and opportunities that she wants to share with other women; both young and old, in the hopes that pageantry can become a more popular pastime in the North. Latasha wants the UIM Pennsylvania state crown to be just as thrilling and as prestigious as any large coveted title.
She brings her background of college cheer coaching, countless community services projects, pageant judging and directing and knowledge of all star cheer and dance with her and can’t wait to help the first full set of Pennsylvania queens prepare for Internationals.
In her extremely limited “free time” Latasha is the mother to two beautiful children and loves working with children in her community.