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Butterfield resident crowned MHCA district IV queen

Claudine Scott, Butterfield Residential Care Center resident, was crowned queen at the Missouri Health Care Association District IV Ms. Nursing Home Pageant. Claudine Scott, Butterfield Residential Care Center resident, was crowned queen at the Missouri Health Care Association District IV Ms. Nursing Home Pageant. 

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Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Claudine Scott wearing crown and sash in front

Long-term care facilities in District IV select candidates to compete for queen each year. This is the second year the event was held virtually. There were four final contestants that were interviewed via Zoom call. The resident with the most points after their interview was crowned queen.

“The MHCA Ms. Nursing Home Pageant is truly a special event that showcases and honors the life stories and unique talents of residents,” said Tammie Callaway, BRCC administrator. “We are thrilled Claudine had the opportunity to participate in this event. Her positive attitude and fun-loving personality are a blessing to all those who know her.  All of us at Butterfield wish her the best of luck as she continues to the state level competition in September.”

Follow our Facebook page to stay up-to-date on her state final results.

August 24, 2021

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Butterfield resident crowned MHCA district IV queen

Claudine Scott wearing crown and sash in front
Claudine Scott, Butterfield Residential Care Center resident, was crowned queen at the Missouri Health Care Association District IV Ms. Nursing Home Pageant. Claudine Scott, Butterfield Residential Care Center resident, was crowned queen at the Missouri Health Care Association District IV Ms. Nursing Home Pageant. 

Long-term care facilities in District IV select candidates to compete for queen each year. This is the second year the event was held virtually. There were four final contestants that were interviewed via Zoom call. The resident with the most points after their interview was crowned queen.

“The MHCA Ms. Nursing Home Pageant is truly a special event that showcases and honors the life stories and unique talents of residents,” said Tammie Callaway, BRCC administrator. “We are thrilled Claudine had the opportunity to participate in this event. Her positive attitude and fun-loving personality are a blessing to all those who know her.  All of us at Butterfield wish her the best of luck as she continues to the state level competition in September.”

Follow our Facebook page to stay up-to-date on her state final results.