Have a little girl in your life who wants to be a princess for a day and help others at the same time? Paige Rebstock has the event — and the tiara — you’re looking for.
The Miss Tri-Cities Outstanding Teen will offer a Princess Breakfast Party on April 25. Proceeds will go to the Children’s Miracle Network, helping cover uncompensated care for children in need, but Rebstock said she also wants to those who attend to feel special for a day.
“It’s fun for them to be with a princess and learn how to be one,” she told the Herald.
Rebstock has participated in various community service activities for years and her platform is “Volunteerism, Finding Your Passion.” She has met with Tri-City elementary and middle schools students about the importance of giving back to their communities and volunteering.
The Princess Breakfast Party was offered last year, raising about $500 for Children’s Miracle Network, and was a big hit, Rebstock said, prompting her to bring it back.
She and four of her friends, decked out in big gowns and tiaras, will share a breakfast of waffles and fruit with participants. Those who attend also will have their hair and nails done, sit for professional photos, learn princess etiquette and take part in a “princess parade.”
The event is from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Stone Ridge Event Center, 5960 Burden Blvd., in Pasco. Tickets are $20 for princesses and $10 for accompanying adults. All children must be 3 to 10 years old and accompanied by an adult.
Tickets can be purchased at The Dance Class, The Country Gentleman or at the door the day of the event, but the number of seats is limited.