Colors for a Cause is an organization dedicated to awareness of Childhood Cancer. Could there be a better cause? Here is the information about the event and a bit of history about the organization

Colors for a Cause ~ Louisiana

Join us for our 1st annual Queen of Colors pageant!

Saturday, August 18, 2012 ~ The Managan Center ~ 1221 Sampson St. ~ Westlake, LA

$5.00 Admission

0-8 Years: Sunday Best ~ 9 Years & Up: Long Pageant Dress

Baby Mr. King of Colors: 0-11 months, Toddler Mr. King of Colors: 12-23 months
Tiny Mr. King of Colors: 2 - 3 Yrs, Prince - Mr. King of Colors: 4 – 5 Yrs.

Baby Miss Queen of Colors: 0-11 Months, Toddler Miss Queen of Colors: 12-23 Months, Tiny Miss Queen of Colors: 2-3 Yrs, Petite Miss Queen of Colors: 4-5 Yrs, Little Miss Queen of Colors: 6-8 Yrs

(Registration: 8:00-8:45 A.M. ~ Competition: 9:00 A.M.)

Deb Miss Queen of Colors: 9-11 Yrs, Teen Miss Queen of Colors: 12-14 Yrs.,

Junior Miss Queen of Colors: 15-16 Yrs, Miss Queen of Colors: 17-22 Yrs, Ms. Queen of Colors: 21-Up (married, divorced / mom), Granny Queen of Colors: Grandma

(Registration: 12:00-12:45 P.M. ~ Interviews will be held for Junior Miss & Miss 1:00 P.M. ~ Competition: 3:00 P.M.)

(Introduction Speech is required for Jr. Miss, Ms. Miss, and Granny,

Onstage Question for Jr. Miss & Miss)

$45.00 Entry Fee. Photogenic $5.00 extra. Deadline for entry fee is Friday, August 10, 2012.

Registrations will be accepted at the door with $10.00 added to entry fee.


Donation awards of $25-$75.00 will receive a certificate, $76-$100 will receive a certificate & medal, $101-150 will receive a certificate, medal & tiara, $200.00-up will be the Princess / Prince of Colors & receive a crown & banner. Highest donation received will be the Ambassador of Colors & will receive a crown & banner.

All entry fees and donations must be turned in by August 10, 2012! Applications are available at Shop Around the Corner in DeQuincy, at Ms. Nannette's, Rag Doll, Rhinestone Runway in Lake Charles, Broadway Royalty in Westlake, and are available to download online at (click on 2012 Queen of Colors Pageant link), or you can register and pay online by going to that same link.


Colors for a Cause ~ Louisiana
Queen of Colors / Pam Courmier, Pageant Director
P.O. Box 814
DeQuincy, La. 70633


We were founded in 2011 as a way to honor 10 year old Brennan Daigle from Westlake, Louisiana whose battle with cancer created an army of supporters worldwide. Recognizing that there were a multitude of organizations supporting people battling the many different forms of cancer, it was decided that there was a need for an organization that would work to help anyone, with any form of cancer, anywhere.

By not limiting ourselves to focusing on raising awareness of just one form of cancer, we freed ourselves to take on any challenge sent our way. What started out as a challenge to build a little boy that loved the US military a custom truck has grown into an organization that knows no borders, no boundaries, and no limits.

By utilizing the equipment used by our country's Fire, Police, Military, and EMS personnel, we hope to remind people that even heroes have heroes. Our heroes are the people that fight hard every day against cancer. They fight a battle that is long and hard and not fought fairly by their enemy. Our heroes are winning that battle, and we're there to help them do it, any way we can.

The spirit and strength of our founder, Brennan Daigle, lives on in everything we do, every project we complete, and every challenge we undertake. Brennan's legacy will live on through Colors for a Cause as we strive to increase awareness of the need for more research, funding, and knowledge about all the forms of cancer that affect our communities.