Minot High School is hosting its first Mr. Magi pageant.
23 students are competing to be “Mr. Magi.”
They are competing in evening wear, swimsuit, talent and interview competitions.
50 percent of proceeds are donated to the winner’s non-profit.
The other 50 percent goes towards the student council.
“I’m excited to see students have fun representing their school and really trying to make a difference in their community,” said Becca Boen, student council president.
“We’re excited to be able to have something here at Minot High to be able to help a nonprofit organization and just to be able to see how much we can help out in that way,” said contestant Kyler Stenberg.
His nonprofit is American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The pageant starts at 7 pm. It’s open to the public and admission is $5.