Mrs. California pageant scheduled
Mrs. California International will sponsor its 2001 state pageant June 24 at the Sun Theater in Anaheim, Calif. The event includes a fund-raiser for Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children.
The Mrs. International Pageant is the premiere pageant for married woman throughout the world, showcasing women who have given of themselves to nonprofit organizations and their communities. Applications are being accepted for the 2001 City Title Holders. Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 56, married for at least one year by July 1 of the year competing and have a community or charitable platform. Contact the pageant office for complete rules, entry fee and application at (626) 968-2421 or visit the Web site at http://www.mrscalifornia.com.
Feelings are strong in promoting Mrs. California International with elegance, grace and dignity. Not only will it showcase the family unit as a whole, but will highlight the accomplishments these woman have with their platform, which gives them the opportunity to compete on a different playing ground than normal pageants. Points to achieve for the crowing of Mrs. California is determined mainly by an interview with each contestant. The pageant will have an evening gown competition, but instead of swimwear because all women are not built the same and the real beauty is within, each contestant will be dressed in aerobic wear donation by “no problem.” Husbands are included and acknowledged in the pageant, and the winner will have her crown placed on her head by her husband.
The evening will feature celebrity judges, a silent auction, pre- and post-event activities and incredible entertainment. Awards will be given out for Most Photogenic, Mrs. Congeniality, Community Service and the People’s Choice. As media sponsors, Adelphia communications will tape the show for a re-broadcast that will air on different local channels for Adelphia in the Southern California region.
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