Peninsula: Two girls to compete in “Miss” contests in Seattle

Two girls from the North Olympic Peninsula are in the running for the Miss Jr. Teen and Miss Pre-Teen Seattle titles.

Lindsay Hope May, 14, of Forks, and Noelani Aisha Crumley, 12, of Port Townsend, compete this weekend in Seattle.

May has been selected for Nationals” 2003 Miss Jr. Teen Seattle pageant on Saturday. Crumley will participate in Nationals’ 2003 Miss Pre-Teen Seattle pageant on Sunday.

Both daylong events are at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien, where anywhere from 150 to 200 girls from Washington, ages 10 to 19, will compete for titles.

The girls will be competing for their share of more than $20,000 in scholarships, prizes and specialty gifts that will be distributed to the contestants.

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The rest of this story appears in Thursday’s Peninsula Daily News.

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