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Meet the Miss San Pedro delegates August 12, 2009

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San Pedro is in need of a new beauty ambassador and six beautiful and vibrant young ladies have graciously accepted the challenge to vie for the coveted title and sparkling crown. Throughout the years, the Miss San Pedro Pageant has achieved a new young and modern look and this will be clearly visible on pageant night. This year’s theme will be “Wild and Free: A tribute to Belize’s Flora and Fauna.” This will be portrayed through the costumes that the girls will parade on stage.

15-year-old Senior at San Pedro High School proudly representing Ramon’s Village. In the future, Raquel would love to become an Interior Designer and attributes all her success to the strength of her mother. “She is a very hardworking woman who is a single mother but has managed to provide with what her children need,” she commented. If she were to take the crown she plans on using her position to the benefit of the youth on the island.

15-year-old Senior at San Pedro High School proudly representing Ramon’s Village. In the future, Raquel would love to become an Interior Designer and attributes all her success to the strength of her mother. “She is a very hardworking woman who is a single mother but has managed to provide with what her children need,” she commented. If she were to take the crown she plans on using her position to the benefit of the youth on the island.

Crysty is proudly represeting Castillo’s Hardware, this 17-year-old beauty is a business student at the San Pedro High School. This High School senior would love to become a lawyer or a literature teacher. “I would love to stand up for the innocent and ensure that everyone gets a fair trail,” she explains about her career of choice.

Crysty is proudly represeting Castillo’s Hardware, this 17-year-old beauty is a business student at the San Pedro High School. This High School senior would love to become a lawyer or a literature teacher. “I would love to stand up for the innocent and ensure that everyone gets a fair trail,” she explains about her career of choice.

Attending San Pedro High School, 16-year-old Virgen is representing Brahma Blue. In the future she plans to become a cosmetologist or a lawyer but is concentrate on her High School studies at the moment. Majoring in Business in the senior level at High School, she would love to give women a voice. “This strength,” Virgen says, “was gotten from her mother who has always been a caring and hardworking individual.”

Attending San Pedro High School, 16-year-old Virgen is representing Brahma Blue. In the future she plans to become a cosmetologist or a lawyer but is concentrate on her High School studies at the moment. Majoring in Business in the senior level at High School, she would love to give women a voice. “This strength,” Virgen says, “was gotten from her mother who has always been a caring and hardworking individual.”

A second form student at San Pedro High School, Yanira is representing Victoria House. “I have always wanted to go up for a pageant and this year I decided to seize the moment,” she explains about her decision in taking part of Miss San Pedro. This aspiring pilot or chef, says that the one person that she looks up to is hardworking, friendly and has raised four children – her mother.

A second form student at San Pedro High School, Yanira is representing Victoria House. “I have always wanted to go up for a pageant and this year I decided to seize the moment,” she explains about her decision in taking part of Miss San Pedro. This aspiring pilot or chef, says that the one person that she looks up to is hardworking, friendly and has raised four children – her mother.

Representing Fido’s Courtyard, Yasmira is attending Corozal Junior College, and because of her love for children, hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Always having wanted the experience in taking part in pageantry, should she win the crown, Yasmira hopes to use her new position to help the youth of Ambergris Caye.

Representing Fido’s Courtyard, Yasmira is attending Corozal Junior College, and because of her love for children, hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Always having wanted the experience in taking part in pageantry, should she win the crown, Yasmira hopes to use her new position to help the youth of Ambergris Caye.

Representing Jaguar’s Temple, this 18-year-old is a student of San Pedro Junior College in the Tourism Management field. Hoping to defend the innocent, Yamily plans on becoming a lawyer when she gets older. Attributing her success to her mom, Yamily says, “My mom has always been there for me, offering me her unconditional support.”

Representing Jaguar’s Temple, this 18-year-old is a student of San Pedro Junior College in the Tourism Management field. Hoping to defend the innocent, Yamily plans on becoming a lawyer when she gets older. Attributing her success to her mom, Yamily says, “My mom has always been there for me, offering me her unconditional support.”

 This year’s pageant will also include fabulous entertainment both local and national. The Miss San Pedro Pageant committee continues to work arduously to make this year’s show bigger and better. With the pageant fast approaching, on September 5th, this week we take the opportunity to present to the six delegates for the Miss San Pedro Pageant 2009.

31 SPTC (MissSanPedro)

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