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APPLE VALLEY -- Girls between the ages of 9 to 12 years old are encouraged to apply for the title of 2017 Miss Pre-Teen Nobles County. The girl chosen as Miss Pre-Teen Nobles County will become an ambassador for the Nobles County area and will re...

APPLE VALLEY - Girls between the ages of 9 to 12 years old are encouraged to apply for the title of 2017 Miss Pre-Teen Nobles County.

The girl chosen as Miss Pre-Teen Nobles County will become an ambassador for the Nobles County area and will receive an official title and sash. She will represent her county at the Miss Pre-Teen Minnesota Pageant, which will take place April 29 at the Wellstone Center in St. Paul.

 

The Miss Pre-Teen Minnesota winner will receive a prize package and chance to represent Minnesota in hometown events, parades and state events. The American Heart Association’s’ “Go Red for Women” is the official charity of the Miss Pre-Teen Minnesota Pageant.

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Pre-teens will compete in personal interview, on-stage interview, fun fashion wear and evening wear.                                                                                                                     

Girls interested in applying should go online to www.misspreteenminnesota.com or write for a bio-form to Miss Pre-Teen Minnesota, International Pageant, P.O. Box 240537, Apple Valley 55124-0537. For more information, call (952) 432-6758 or email pagunltd@frontiernet.net .

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