Each year, the Morgan's Point Resort Volunteer Firefighter Association and the Ladies Auxiliary, co-sponsor a $1,000 Education Scholarship to the Miss Flame contestant selected to represent the Morgan's Point Resort Fire Department at community events and in the Bell County Fire Chief's Association Miss Flame Contest.
Contestants are rated on their personality, poise and appearance with the most important point score area focuses on their knowledge of Fire Safety and Prevention.
The winner of the 2019 to 2020 MPR Miss Flame was announced on Tuesday evening, Sept. 10th, during the regular monthly City Council meeting, by the 2018 to 2019 Miss Flame, Raylene Scheible
Thank you, Raylene Scheible for your dedication and service as 2017-2018 Miss Flame as we welcome our 2019-2020 Miss Flame, Sharon Almon.
Sharon Almon is a junior, is homeschooled and is the daughter of Russell and Carla Almon. Sharon participates in Classical Conversations, a school organization at Belton High School. She is a member of the Academie Musique Cantate Choir and the Youth Group at the Antioch Community Church. Her hobbies include painting and drawing, theater, debate and speech.
She will serve as Ambassador for our Fire Department in the local Community and our extended Fire District. We want to congratulate and welcome Sharon Almon as our 2019 to 2020 Morgan's Point Miss Flame.