Dream of being a queen?
A late fee of $5 will be charged for those entering at the door. Girls 18 and younger may participate. This is not a Sunday-best pageant. Attire is play wear for children 12 and younger and casual sportswear for girls 13-18. Simple props such as hats, sunglasses, scarves and purses may be used. Queens will be recognized at the St. John Parish Fourth of July Celebration at St. Peter Church in Reserve. For information, call Quo Vadis Sylve Hollins after 5 p.m. at 652-9556 or Angel Thompson after 5 p.m. at 536-4747.
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