On Saturday night, sponsors of Costa Maya, Reina de la Costa Maya contestants and special guests were treated to a night of entertainment, food and cultural exchange. The lovely “Noche San Pedrana” evening is an annual tradition to formally greet the Reina de la Costa Maya participants and to honor the sponsors who are so essential to the success of the four day event. This years Noche San Pedrana was taken up a notch and the San Pedro Lions Club lived up to its promise to host a one of a kind event for all. With the Lion’s Den sporting a whole new look, and a fresh coat of purple and gold paint, the night brought out a crowd eager to see and meet the La Reina de la Costa Maya contestants. With an all you can eat rice and beans buffet, live entertainment by Rompe Raja, Natalie Arceo, and a skit by Lion Mel and Kainie proved to be a night that won’t soon be forgotten. Here are the highlights of the event, read more in Thursday’s Costa Maya Edition of The San Pedro Sun.
The eight lovely ladies looked radiant all night long.
Reigning queen Maria Jeffery sashing the contestants.
Fans of Miss Guatemala, Jennifer Chiong.
Miss Panama strikes a pose with fan Johan from Belgium.
The Lion’s Club hosted Noche San Pedrana which proved a raging success.
(l-r) Miss El Salvador, Miss Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Maya queen 2007 Maria Jeffery.
Miss Mexico, Miss Guatemala Universe, Miss Costa Rica and Miss San Pedro.
Singer, Natalie Arceo wowed the crowd with her renditions of Celia Cruz.
This young ‘lad’ was brave enough to dance with all the contestants.
Strike a pose ladies.
Dancing the night away with fans.
Miss Mexico, Natalia Alvarez sings along with the Rompe Raja band.
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