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ANNUAL AEROJET RELAY FOR LIFE PAGEANT

THERE WILL BE AN OPTIONAL PHOTOGENIC AND PEOPLE'S CHOICE CATEGORY. PHOTOGENIC FEE IS $5.00

PEOPLE'S CHOICE IS FREE. BRING YOUR DECORATED BAG AND TELL YOUR FAMILY TO VOTE FOR YOU. Note: It will cost $1.00 per ticket for tickets to put in the contestant's bag. The contestant with the most tickets will be the winner of People's Choice.

BABY MISS 0-12 MO
TODDLER 1-2 YRS
TINY MISS 3-4 YRS
PETITE MISS 5-6 YRS
LITTLE MISS 7-9 YRS
JUNIOR MISS 10-12 YRS
TEEN MISS 13-15 YRS
MISS 16-18 YRS

ALL CATEGORIES WILL HAVE A 1ST AND 2ND RUNNER UP AND A WINNER.

MAIL ENTRY FORM WITH FEES TO :

CONNIE WILBUR
321 BROOKRIDGE
CAMDEN, AR 71701

Questions: Call Connie Wilbur (870) 574-3128 or (870)-833-2433 or Tina Brinegar (870) 574-3104. email connie.wilbur@aeorjet.com or tina.brinegar@aerojet.com

Sponsor: Aerojet Relay for Life Team

Relay for Life Pageant

Address : Camden Fairview Middle School Auditorium Camden AR
Phone : (870) 574-3128   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Entry Fee: $30.00

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