Pinal County Cinderella Pageant planned

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Veronica Baez at the 2013 pageant.

Every young lady dreams of becoming “Cinderella”, and for one night her dreams can come true. Now is the time for any young lady who resides in Pinal County to enter the “NUMBER ONE” youth development program of its kind in the world. The first annual preliminary is scheduled for Feb. 8, 2014, and will be held at the Ray District Auditorium in Kearny, AZ.

The Cinderella Scholarship Program is divided into five age divisions: Cinderella Tot (3-6 years); Miniature Miss (7-9 years); Cinderella Miss (10-12 years); Cinderella Teen (13-17 years) and Cinderella Woman (18-26). Participants all age divisions are judged on poise and personality, while modeling sportswear and party wear. The older four divisions are also judged on talent presentations. Cinderella Tots are judged on an on stage interview called “Tot Personality”. The judges, who will have an opportunity to evaluate their poise, confidence, grooming, and communicative skills up close, also interview all age divisions.

Overall Cinderella winners, Cinderella Girls, Talent/Tot Personality and Photogenic winners receive their $80 entry fee returned as a scholarship by the local pageant, to attend the 2014 Arizona State Finals in Tucson, AZ in June. They also all win crowns, banners, trophies and awards.

Cinderella is the #1 program of its kind. Arizona Overall Cinderella’s receive a $1000 cash scholarship, $500 college award, educational trip, Disneyland vacation, luggage and many other prizes during their reigning year. This dream can come true for any girl, big or small.

All girls who enter received participation awards and invitations to attend the State Finals. Cinderella is a youth development program focusing on building self-esteem, confidence and pride in the young ladies who come and “Dare to Dream”.

For more information about the Cinderella Scholarship Program and pageant information about free workshops, please call co-directors Dolores Baez at 520-204-7140 or e-mail doloresbaez2319@gmail.com or Gloria Beltran at 520-363-5264 Home, 520-356-7801 Ext 105 Work or 480-271-9783 Cell or e-mail gbeltran46@yahoo.com.

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