Shelbyville Daily Union

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April 25, 2014

Pana's Baby, Little Miss, Little Mr. Chautauqua contests set for May 17

The Baby, Little Miss and Little Mr. Chautauqua Contests. (Formally the Chili Pepper Contests) will be held Saturday, May 17, during Pana Days Chautauqua at Pana Kitchell Park at the Chautauqua Stage and is presented by McDonalds, Prairie Rose Health Care and Qik N Ez.

Children 3 through 6 years of age will compete for the title of “2014 Little Miss or Mr. Chautauqua, “2014 Little Miss or Mr. Chautauqua 1st Runner-up and 2014 Little Miss or Mr. Chautauqua 2nd Runner up . Awards and Pana Chamber of Commerce Gift Certificates will be given to each of the three winners in both the Little Miss & Little Mr. contests.

Babies will be competing in three different age categories; newborn thru 12 months, 13 months thru 24 months and 25 months thru 35 months. Awards and Pana Chamber Gift Certificates will be presented to the baby winners in each class

Single Entry forms for all three contests are now available at the Chamber of Commerce Office, Pana McDonalds, Pana News Palladium, and Pana Qik N Ez, The entry fee will be $5.00 for boys, girls and babies, payable to the Pana Chamber of Commerce. Entries, with entry fees, will be due in the Pana Chamber of Commerce Office, Pana City Hall, Pana, Illinois 62557 by no later than Noon on Monday May 12, 2014.

The Baby Chautauqua Contest will begin at approximately 9:00 AM and the babies should arrive at 8:45 AM, the Little Miss Chautauqua contest will begin immediately following the announcement of the baby winners and the Little Mr. Chautauqua Contest will start immediately following the announcement of the Little Miss Winners. For more information call the Pana Chamber Office at 562-4240.

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