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October 13, 2011

Miss Boston Pageant Saturday in Dixie

BOSTON — The 2011 Miss Boston Pageant will be a night to remember with an unforgettable opening by the Junior Miss and Miss Boston contestants, according to an event spokesman.

All girls will participate in evening wear competition, and Miss Boston contestants only will also compete in sportswear, as well as on-stage question.

“We have a total of 22 contestants so far this year. That’s great participation for a town the size of Boston,” said Christie Smith-Thomas, pageant director.

Winners of this year’s pageant, as well as runners-up, will ride on the float in the Boston Mini-Marathon Festival Parade on Oct. 29 and represent Boston throughout the year in other area festivals and community functions.

The pageant is set for Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Dixie Community Center in Dixie, with the past year’s queens on hand to crown their successors.

Tickets will be sold at the door for $5 per adult, $3 per student, and children under 3 are admitted free.


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