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Pacific Islands Pageant 2017

Suresh Chand, Nadi
Thursday, December 07, 2017

Miss Pacific Islands Pageant 2017 rolled into the tourist town of Nadi this Wednesday week.

The Prince Charles Park stage has been modified and extended to provide the queens with the best platform to showcase their talent and address a large crowd that is expected during the four-day event this year.

Ferris wheels and other fun activities have been lined up for people to enjoy at Koroivolu Park while the main event continues at Prince Charles Park.

During my routine afternoon walk the other day, I could see things taking shape nicely.

I am sure schoolchildren will come in huge numbers and take advantage of the entertainment since it's a school break.

Everyone can expect an entertainment filled program, all you need to do is come to the grounds. I urge the people of Nadi to make the most of the gala event since it is held in your town.

Please welcome the visitors with open arms and look after them well too.

I wish the pageant every success. Oh yes may the deserving queen be given the crown.








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