Contestants for Miss SPHS announced

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

San Pedro High School (SPHS) is preparing for its annual Miss SPHS Pageant to be held Saturday June 1st at 7PM at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium. The seven lovely young contestants that will be competing for the honor of being the 2013/2014 Miss SPHS title are Veronica Choc, Isolene Bailey, Amari Duncan, Janelle Tillet, Reyna Chavez, Vivianie Duran and Chelsea Munoz.Miss SPHS Contestants-1

The pageant promises to be a night of fun-filled presentations and entertainment. According to organizer Renison Crawford, the pageant will be bigger and better than ever before. All seven girls are currently being coached in the art of pageantry and dance by Jhoshi Alexander Valencia, Mr. Jade World 2012-2013/ Mr. Centro America y El Pacifico 2013-2014.

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The pageant will start with an introduction of all the contestants, after which the young ladies will perform a dance. They will then model professional/business attire, cultural costume, casual wear, the evening gown and then face the ever so tough, question and answer session.

Tickets are available for $7 regular seating and $10 for reserved seating. Children under 12 years old enter for free.

The high school is humbly asking local businesses for donations, either monetary or as a gift to give to their participants. They also have three girls who have not secured  sponsors yet, so anyone person or business who is interested in becoming a sponsor, may call 226-2045. Those wishing to donate to the event may also call the same number.

The pageant is an annual fundraising event held to secure funds for a variety of projects around the school. This year the focus is on security at school.

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