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March 21, 2013

Diamond Miss Easter benefit pageant set April 6

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

This year the pageant is April 6, the week after Easter. It will take place beginning at 11 a.m. at Lamar Elementary School in Mineral Wells. The deadline to enter is Tuesday, April 2. 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.

Competition includes modeling a party dress, dress outfit for boys, and a sportswear outfit. The 3-19 year olds may compete in talent, also.

Optional areas are the special event – due to the date of the pageant the special event will be modeling anything related to Easter, such as a costume, pajamas, dress etc. Other optional areas of competition are photogenic and portfolio.

For information about the pageant or to get an entry form call 940-325-4937 or 940-452-1204. In Stephenville call 254-592-6854. Entry forms are available at Dancin Etc., The Mineral Wells Area Chamber of Commerce, West Side Laumdronat, The Beat Dance Factory and Basic Necessite Children’s Shop, Coco’s and Snapshots of a Memory, all in Mineral Wells.

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