Miss Chiquitita Pageant this Saturday, April 21!
Friday, April 20th, 2012
The Miss Chiquitita Pageant was revived in 2010, much to the delight of pageant lovers on the island. The pageant is primarily geared towards raising funds to help ease the burden of operational costs of San Pedro Pre-School. Organizer Ilna Nuñez has worked hard alongside volunteers in preparing the six little beauties for their big night.
As before, the pageant will be organized into an opening dance number, swimwear section, a talent segment and the always breathtaking evening gown modeling. Judges will be tasked with choosing the young lady who has presentation, poise and confidence. At the end of the evening, the newest Miss Chiquitita will be crowned by 2011-2012 Queen Gabriella Knox-Alexander.
Be sure to come out to Saca Chispas this Saturday, April 21, 2012 and show your support. Your attendance will go a long way in raising funds for San Pedro Pre-School. Entrance fee will be $10 for adults and $5 for children. There will be lots of food and drinks on sale. Entertainment will be provided by San Pedro Dance Company, Barbara’s Dance Group, Rompe Raja and other surprise acts.
Below are the six young beauties who are vying for the crown.
Elizabeth Grace Sanchez – 6 years 0ld – Sponsored by E&L Gas Company
Kiryani Pou – 8 years old – Sponsored by Melody’s Art Gallery
Aylen Tang – 8 years old – Sponsored by Island Movie
Ayanna Staine – 8 years old – Sponsored by Tuff E Nuff
Tjaunie Ack – 7 years old – Sponsored by San Pedro Community
Yari Flores – 8 years old – Sponsored by Marina’s Store
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