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Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant planned

Peggy Lee Brennan is the 2016 Ms. Missouri Senior.

Peggy Lee Brennan is the 2016 Ms. Missouri Senior.

Contestants are being sought for the Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant that will take place July 9 at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre, 1 James J. Eagan Drive.

Contestants must be 60 years old by June 9. For the pageant, contestants will:

• Recite a personal philosophy of life.

• Be interviewed by a panel of professional judges.

• Model an age-appropriate evening gown.

• Perform a 2.5-minute talent presentation.

Initial screening interviews will be held Monday, Feb. 13, followed by talent auditions on Feb. 21.

After the pageant, all participants will be invited to become members of the Missouri Pageant Alumnae Club.

For additional information, contact Susan Pellegrino at msmosenior16@gmail.com or (314) 640-5789.

    Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant planned

    Contestants are being sought for the Ms. Missouri Senior America Pageant that will take place July 10 at the Florissant Civic Center Theatre, 1 James J. Eagan Drive.

    Contestants must be 60 years old by July 10. For the pageant, contestants will:

    • Recite a personal philosophy of life.

    • Be interviewed by a panel of professional judges.

    • Model an age-appropriate evening gown.

    • Perform a 2.5-minute talent presentation.

    Initial screening interviews will be held in early February, followed by talent auditions on Feb. 23.

    After the pageant, all participants will be invited to become members of the Missouri Pageant Alumnae Club.

    For additional information, contact Susan Pellegrino at msmosenior16@gmail.com or (314) 640-5789.

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