SIX contestants vying for the 2012 Miss Vodafone Farmers title are anticipating the biggest moment in their lives tonight, the crowning of Miss Farmers.
Contestant's chaperone Asha Sharma said the girls had performed well during the week-long event and all had equal chances of being crowned the winner.
She said the girls had formed a strong bond among them and they were excited to promote the poor and less-fortunate children in securing better education.
"These contestants are from different backgrounds, religions but they have a common goal in educating the public to assist the underprivileged children to access better and quality education," she said.
"The girls really enjoyed their time together and they are also looking forward for the crowning night.
"They have sacrificed a lot this week and they are happy for the exposure," said Mrs Sharma.
Miss Saweni Sector Mary Valmain Vuniwaqa Raqi said she had learnt many good lessons during the week-long event.
"Firstly I am happy to finally deliver my message of assisting the needy and I am honoured for the exposure I have gained.
"I am looking forward to the crowning and I am confident of winning the crown," she said.
Miss Lautoka Sector Paulini Naha said winning the crown would be a bonus for her and was happy to fulfilled her goal in spreading the gospel of educating the less fortunate.
"I am not here to win but to assist the needy through securing good education. I am happy that I have contributed positively for this worthy cause.
"I really enjoyed my involvement in the carnival and I thank my fellow contestants and the organisers for their commitment in marking a successful carnival," said Ms Naha.