Friday, July 12, 2024

Miss Chiquitita 2016-17 is set

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The “Miss Chiquitita 2016-2017” pageant, which is San Pedro Preschool’s biggest fundraiser, has been scheduled for Saturday, June 4th at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium. Five primary school beauties will compete in the pageant, in hopes of being crowned by outgoing Miss Chiquitita 2015-2016 Killainie Sosa.Miss Chiquitita Finn Martini-1
This year’s participants are 9 year-old Carolina Salinas (sponsored by Touch Management), 10 year-old Sandi Flores (sponsored by Gaby’s Construction), 10 year-old Monique Garcia (sponsored by Suya Tours), 10 year-old Lindsey Williams (sponsored by Saga Humane Society), and 10 year-old Evelin Pichola (sponsored by Wild Mango’s).
A complimentary dinner for all contestants, courtesy of Finn and Martini, took place on Thursday, May 19th. The girls wore beautiful dresses along with their sashes to promote the pageant. Event organizer, Ilna Nuñez, is more than delightful to participate in this year’s pageant once again, and encourages the community to support the cause. The pageant will start at 7PM sharp and the show will be divided into five segments: a dance presentation, swimsuit, career, talent, and evening wear.
Entertainment will feature the San Pedro Dance Academy, Las Primas Dance Group, and Rompe Raja.

Carolina Salinas
Carolina Salinas
Evelin Pichola
Evelin Pichola
Sandy Flores
Sandy Flores
Monique Ruiz
Monique Ruiz
Lindsey Willams
Lindsey Willams

Tickets are now available for purchase at $15 for reserved seating, $10 for adults, and $5 for kids. Food and drinks will be sold to raise additional funds for the preschool. You don’t want to miss out on the fun! For more information on how to get tickets contact Miss Chiquitita Pageant Organizer Ilna Nuñez at 602-2308 or visit the San Pedro Preschool on Ambergris Street.

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