Mz. Judged returns for another year

Northern Society for Domestic Peace searching for new contestants.

The Mz. Judged pageant is back for 2014.

The Northern Society for Domestic Peace, in conjunction with the Hudson Bay Lodge, will hold the third, bi-annual Mz. Judged pageant this November.

The competition features men that will dress in drag and strut their stuff in eveningwear and bathing suits. They will also have to impress the judges during the talent competition.

“We are hoping for a great turnout and hoping to put on a great event,” organizer Carol Seychuk said.

“We want to thank our past contestants and encourage new people to come out, have some fun and do something positive for their community.”

2012 winner Cache Harris, aka ‘Boom Boom Raven,’ will be judging the upcoming event.

“It’s a great cause for a local society,” Harris said. “And I’ve never laughed that hard in my life.”

Harris won with his Evolution of Dance talent.

Tickets will go on sale later in the year. This time around they will be limiting the amount each person can buy.

“It was very popular last time and we sold out really quickly,” Seychuk said. “People bought in huge quantities and some people weren’t able to get any.”

Seychuk hopes the event will raise somewhere between $25,000 and $50,000. The last event raised $30,000.

The society is now accepting applications for contestants.

All proceeds from the event support programs that address domestic violence in Smithers.



Just Posted

CityWest and IBEW Local 213 consolidate unions

Prince Rupert’s telecommunications company moves forward under one banner

Granisle wins award for biomass heat system

The Village of Granisle has won an award for its ecologically-friendly efforts… Continue reading

Trudeau has won the most seats — but not a majority. What happens next?

Trudeau will have to deal with some of the implications of Monday’s result

LIVE MAP: Results in Canada’s 2019 federal election

Polls are now closed across the country

ELECTION 2019: Here are the results from our 12 B.C. races to watch

Incumbents mostly won our 12 key races, but there were a few upsets too

Scheer says Canada more divided than ever, as NDP and Bloc hold cards close

While Liberals were shut out of two key prairie provinces, they took two-thirds of the seats in Ontario

Horvat’s hat trick lifts Canucks to 5-2 win over Red Wings

First career three-goal game for Vancouver captain

Saanich Gulf-Islands’s Elizabeth May coy about leadership plans

The federal Green party leader talks possibility of running as MP without being leader

Feds finally decriminalizing drugs possible – but it’s up to Jagmeet Singh, expert says

National pharmacare was one of Singh’s most highly-touted platform policies

Estheticians can’t be forced to wax male genitals, B.C. tribunal rules

Langley transgender woman Jessica Yaniv was ordered to pay three salon owners $2,000 each

Two youth arrested in UBC carjacking at gunpoint, after being spotted in stolen Kia

‘A great deal of credit is due the alert person who called us,’ said North Vancouver Sgt. Peter DeVries

People’s Party of Canada’s anti-immigration views ‘didn’t resonate’ with voters: prof

Party was formed on anti-immigration, climate denying views in 2018

Investor alert: ‘Split games’ pyramid scheme circulating in B.C.

British Columbia Securities Commission issues warning about scheme selling virtual shares

Federal NDP may support B.C. with major projects, Carole James says

SkyTrain Surrey extension, Massey Tunnel need Ottawa’s help

Most Read