When the City of Bellflower began it's 2006 planning for the 50th Anniversary celebration for the year 2007, a parade was in the works but there was no Queen or Court. Throughout the years of Bellflower's history, whether it was incorporated as a city, had a paved or dirt road, there was always a Miss Bellflower in there somewhere. The City Parks and Recreation Department had run it for years, the Bellflower Chamber of Commerce had also played a role in Miss Bellflower, but in 2006 there was no one committed to the task. A community based non-profit committee was formed with the intent of providing the Community of Bellflower with Royalty. The program had so many positive aspects for the young ladies that it continued and remains today. Past members of the court come back to serve their community by helping with Miss Bellflower in numerous ways. The Court mentors new contestants when it is their turn to pass on the torch and the community has supported it throughout the years. Bellflower is truly Blessed to have such a giving community to care so much about their youth. All funds raised for Miss Bellflower go directly to the program and scholarships. All Board Members and committee members are volunteers and receive no pay for their efforts.