Miss Oklahoma Coming to Weatherford for SWOSU Pageant Activities

Miss Oklahoma Sarah Klein will be in Weatherford this Friday, October 28, in conjunction with Miss SWOSU Pageant activities scheduled for Saturday, October 29, on the Southwestern Oklahoma State University campus.

Klein will be a guest at the City of Weatherford Council meeting at 8 a.m. She then plans to visit Weatherford Middle School at 10 a.m. followed by a 1:30 p.m. talk/piano performance for high school students at the Weatherford Performing Arts Center. Then on Friday evening, she will attend a private dinner with the Miss SWOSU contestants at the home of Dr. Paul and Jan Tisdal.

Klein began competing in the Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen Pageant in 2006. After three years, she finished 1st runner up. She then continued competing in the Miss Oklahoma Pageant. Over the course of six years, she has been awarded with the Children’s Miracle Maker Award, Kiwanis Community Service Awards, Esther Scholarship, Miss America Community Service Award, Top Ten, 4th runner-up, 3rd runner-up, 2nd runner-up, 1st runner up, five talent awards, three swimsuit awards, interview award, and finally, Miss Oklahoma.

During the Miss America competition in September, Klein placed as a Top Twelve finalist and was also a finalist for the Quality of Life Award. 

She is traveling the state as Miss Oklahoma and spreading the awareness of her platform, supporting troops from deployment to employment and the importance of taking care of military men and women who have done so much for the United States. As an educator herself, she is excited to empower students throughout the schools of Oklahoma.

The Miss SWOSU Pageant and Miss SWOSU’s Outstanding Teen Pageant will be held Saturday night at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center on the Weatherford campus. Advance tickets are $10 for non-SWOSU students and $5 for SWOSU students.  All tickets at the door are $20. Advance tickets are available in Room 205 of the SWOSU Administration Building and from all contestants.