Lingayen --- This year’s 23 official Limgas na Pangasinan candidates from various municipalities and cities in the province will be presented publicly during the regular flag-raising ceremony of the provincial government on March 24 at 7am.
The official candidates of Limgas na Pangasinan, province’s most prestigious beauty search, will pay a courtesy call to Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr. right after the flag-raising ceremony. Media presentation of the candidates immediately follows after the courtesy call.
Official Limgas na Pangasinan 24 candidates are: Angela Dayag (Asingan), Sunshine Escat (Urdaneta City), Cindy Tomelden (Sta. Barbara), Sheena Cabagui (Urdaneta City), Divina Tanda (Alaminos City), Justine Veronica Roque (Bolinao), April de Guzman (Binmaley), Irene Badion (Burgos), Jelly Fernandez (Lingayen), Almarie Quintos (Anda), Princess Khrista Ventura (Sison), Carla Exclamador (Lingayen), Apple Joy Bacay (Alaminos City), Mae Kathleen Salvadeon (Tayug), Marienne de Guzman (Lingayen), Jefferlyn Perez (Bayambang), Mary Joy Paras (Bugallon), Marimar Arandia (Dagupan City), May Averence Hortaleza (Dagupan City), Marielle De Vera (Binmaley), Yaldene Ferrer (Lingayen), Jacqueline Macatiag (Sual) and Allysa Ashley Calimlim (Villasis)
Provincial Treasurer Marilou Utanes, chairperson of Limgas na Pangasinan 2014 search, assured of a “more prestigious and anticipated coronation night on April 30, 7pm, at the Sison Auditorium.
“The screening committee did well in choosing beautiful and charming, tall and shapely and expressive ladies who can communicate well as province’s ambassadress of goodwill,” the Provincial Treasurer said.
The candidates will get a feel of the alluring beauty of Hundred Islands in Alaminos City on March 23, Sunday for their pictorial.
The City Government of Alaminos led by Mayor Arthur F. Celeste welcomes the visit of the Limgas beauties as another tourism promotion-anchored activity for the City, highlighting the Hundred Islands as a haven of nature-lovers and a perfect summer getaway.
A personality development seminar is scheduled for the candidates at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center (NRSCC) on March 22, Saturday, at 1pm where important cues on ramp and certain deportments of a beauty queen as well as communication skills enhancement will be imparted by beauty and pageant experts.
On April 4, Friday, at 2pm, the candidates will take part in the Kalutan Ed Dalan in Bayambang which will feature the town’s attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for the longest barbecue grill.
A pre-pageant night featuring a galore of (One-Town-One-Product) OTOP-inspired festival costumes and much-anticipated talent showdown of the candidates is scheduled on April 25, 6pm, at the Capitol Plaza.