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October 31, 2012

Angel Tree pageant entries under way

Diamond Miss pageant benefiting local Christmas gifts project set for Nov. 17

It is time again for the benefit pageant for the Angel Tree sponsored by the Diamond Miss Pageant system.

This year the pageant is Nov. 17 at 12:30 p.m. at Lamar Elementary School in Mineral Wells. The deadline to enter is Nov. 14. You must pre-register to enter the pageant. Ages include newborns to 19 years. Boys may enter up to the age of 4. The boys will only compete against boys. There are three baby age divisions and six divisions for the 3-19 year olds.

The competition includes modeling a party dress, dress outfit for boys and a sportswear outfit. The 3-19 year olds may also compete in talent. Optional areas are the special event – due to the date of the pageant the special event will be modeling anything related to Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas such as a costume, pajamas, dress, etc. Other optional areas of competition are photogenic and  portfolio. There will be a baby overall winner – to be eligible the baby must compete in the modeling and the special event.

For the overall in the 3-19 year olds the contestant must compete in modeling and talent. There will be a winner in each listed area of competition. Modeling and talent will have runner up spots.

Talent time is limited to 2 minutes, 50 seconds but may be shorter. The pageant starts at 12:30 p.m. and the doors will be open by noon. Be ready to start on time.

All monies made over expenses will be donated to the Angel Tree project. Raffle tickets will be sold prior to and during the pageant for a special gift. The drawing will take place at the pageant. This money will also go to the Angel Tree.

For information about the pageant or to get an entry form call (940) 325-4937. Entry forms will be available at Dancin' Etc., the Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce, West Side Laundromat, The Beat Dance Factory and Basic Necessite Children's shop. Help make this a great success for the Angel Tree.

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