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The search is on for the next 2016 Pageant Candidates !!!

Emailed for posting by Jojo Taduran
November 5, 2015


Registration for the '2016 Pageants' details are as follows.

$100 Registration Fee
1 One Photo any size

Friday November 20, 2015
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
St. Bonaventure Catholic School Gym (entrance is through the parking lot of the school)
1340 Leslie Street
Don Mills,ON,M3C 2K9Leslie and Lawrence beside Edwards Garden
View Map Online 

Once registered, more information will be provided. See attached for details.

Coronation will be at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on June 18, 2016!

This is your chance to win a FREE trip to the Philippines, gain self-confidence, make new friends and best of all, help the poor!

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