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Miss Greater Rockville Pageant Slated for Saturday

Check out the pageant notes.

The second Miss Greater Rockville Scholarship Pageant is scheduled for Saturday night at 6 p.m. at Rockville High School.

Here are some pageant notes, courtesy of even organizers:

• Last year's winner of the Miss Greater Rockville Pageant, her Outstanding Teen and a third winner, Miss Tolland County (Katlyn Lewicke, Cassia Shoaf, and Kaitlyn Bogue, respectively), will be saying "Goodbye" on Saturday night, as new titleholders will be chosen for the 2013 year.

• Although Katlyn Lewicke hopes to keep her ties with Rockville open, it will be a sad time, especially for her business manager, Terilynn Rogers.  "Katlyn is such a nice girl -- everyone loves her. I'm really going to miss her!" she exclaimed recently.  "However, she's hoping to keep in touch with us - I hope she's able to do so."

• This is the end of the line for Katlyn as far as competing in pageants go - at 24 year old, she has aged out of the program. She hopes, however, to become active on the other side of the pageants - getting more involved with the organizing and producing of pageants.

• The inclement weather date is Sunday at 6 at RHS.

• In addition to the various parts of the pageant (talent, swimsuit, evening gown and on-stage questions), there will be some local talent on hand. Beyond Dance will perform, Lunging Tiger Karate students will once again act as escorts and hand out program booklets and there will be piano music by Eric DiDio during intermission..

• The number of "Miss" contestants stands at eight (which means that the Miss Connecticut state organization may present a third crown, as they did last year with Kaitlyn Bogue) and the "Teen" contestants stand at four.

• Pageant-goers will have any opportunity to participate in choosing a winner also. Once again, the public is invited to vote for the "People's Choice Award." Each contestant will have a "voting box" with her picture and name on it. P{epode may "vote" for their favorite by dropping one dollar $1 in the box of their choice.  The girl with the most "votes" will be chosen as the winner and the monies in her box will be awarded to her.  The public will be able to vote before the program starts and during intermission.

• General admission tickets may be purchased at the door. Prices are $15 and $10 (55 and over and 10 and under). Souvenir program booklets are included in the price of admission.

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