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Elvi’s Kitchen hosts Costa Maya Pageant delegates

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With Chef Jennie at the helm, Elvi’s Kitchen treated the contestants of the 2015 Reina de la Costa Maya Pageant to a delicious dinner on Wednesday, August 5th.Costa Maya Festival Elvi's Kitchen-4

Miss Belize Samalia Vernon, Miss Costa Rica Corlina On Porras, Miss El Salvador Genesis Margarita Fuentes Bolaños, Miss Guatemala Lisa Hayet Francis, Miss Honduras Gabriela Vanessa Salazar Valle, Miss Mexico Samantha Gutíerrez Gónzalez-Rubio, Miss Nicaragua Yuliset Laguna, Miss Panama Maria Saavendra, and reigning Miss Costa Maya Elisa Gomez all enjoyed a wonderful feast which displayed the talent of Staines and crew in presenting delicious Belizean specialties.

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Of course, since there was live music, the ladies could not just sit the night away, and after blessing the dance floor with Honorable Manuel Heredia Jr., Samalia was joined by the rest of the ladies to indulge in some dancing.

 

 

 

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Guests were eager for their pictures and some dance tips, so they too joined in for the fun, even leading a conga line throughout the restaurant, much to the delight of the other patrons!

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Samalia, Corlina, Genesis, Lisa, Gabriela, Samantha, Yuliset and Maria have been busy rehearsing for their big night tonight, and are eager to present their talents on-stage.

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We wish them all the best of luck!

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