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Sara Harp Minter Pageant winners

Sara Harp Minter Elementary School held their 3rd Annual Blaze’s Masquerade Ball pageant on Saturday, Feb. 6. The pageant included 51 contestants ages 3-18 years old.  The contestants were judged on poise, confidence, beauty, overall appearance and first impression.  The pageant raised $3,000 for the school. Pageant winners will serve for the next year in an ambassador role in which they will participate and assist with SHMES’ special events such as Relay for Life (April 30), Sara Harp Minter Elementary versus Brooks Elementarys’ Volleyball Game (March 26), SHMES’ Fun Run (Fall 2010) and other scheduled school events.  Pictured are the Division Queens, Tiny Miss Masquerade, Bailey Barrett, Little Miss Masquerade, Trinity Sketo, Young Miss Masquerade, Delaney Mueller, Junior Miss Masquerade, Madison Mueller, and Miss Masquerade Queen, Kylie Hastings. For more information regarding future events go to www.saraharpminter.org and to see more pictures of the pageant go to http://88keyzstudioanddesigns.com. Photo/Special.

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