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August 17, 2006

Mrs. Maryland contestants sought



The Mrs. Maryland International Pageant is seeking contestants from Hagerstown to represent the city in the Mrs. Maryland International 2007 Pageant.

Contestants must be between the ages of 21 and 56, must work or live in Maryland, and must be married for at least six months.

ilaContestants will compete in personal interview, aerobic wear, evening gown and platform competitions. There will be no talent or swimsuit competition.

The winner of the March 31 pageant will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Chicago to compete in the Mrs. International 2007 Pageant.

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For information, call Sherry Benson, state director, at 410-490-0879 or 410-643-8306, or send an e-mail to mrsmaryland@MSN.com.




Pageant seeks Md. teen competitors



The Miss Teen Maryland International Pageant is seeking contestants from Washington County to represent the county in the upcoming Miss Teen Maryland International 2007 Pageant.

Contestants must be between the ages of 13 and 18, and live or go to school in Washington County.

Contestants will compete in personal interview, aerobic wear, fun fashion wear, evening gown and platform competitions. There will be no talent or swimsuit competition.

The winner of the March 31 pageant will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Chicago to compete in the Miss Teen International 2007 Pageant.

For information, call Sherry Benson, state director, at 410-490-0879 or 410-643-8306, or send an e-mail to a mrsmaryland@MSN.com.




Clarion to host craft and gift show



The Kris Kringle Craft & Gift Show will be held Nov. 18 and 19 in the grand ballroom of the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center at 901 Dual Highway in Hagerstown.

The show will be held each day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This show has been rated one of the best quality craft shows in the Tri-State area. Admission is free, and proceeds will be donated to charity.

For vendor information, call Linda Williams at 301-582-1233.

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