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Area youth competing in pageant

Thursday, April 28, 2011

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Chloe Ann Webb, 4, was recently chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Indiana Pageant, which will take place June 30-July 2, at the Indianapolis Marriott.

The National American Miss pageants are for girls ages 4-18, and have five different age divisions.

Chloe will participate in the Princess age division, along with others from across the state.

The winner of the pageant will receive $1,000, the official crown and banner, a bouquet of roses and air transportation to compete in the National Pageant in California. In addition, those competing at the national level will receive a tour of Hollywood and two V.I.P. tickets to Disneyland.

Chloe is the daughter of Jason and Leslie Webb, Brazil.

Her activities include attending preschool at the Linking Education to Adults, Adolescents and Preschoolers (LEAAP) Center and attending children's activities at the First Presbyterian Church of Brazil.

She also enjoys spending time with her siblings, Jacob and Sydney and friends, spending time outside, reading, swimming, enjoying family movie night on the weekends and she loves to help her mom and dad cook.

Her maternal grandparents are Ann Walden and the late Les Walden, Brazil, and paternal grandparents are Phil and Janette Webb, Linton.

Chloe is still looking for sponsors to help her achieve the goal of attending the state pageant this summer.

The National American Miss Pageants are dedicated to celebrating America's future leaders and equipping them with lifelong skills. Each year, the pageant nationally awards $1.5 million, scholarships and other prizes, including a new Ford Mustang Convertible.

The National American Miss Pageants are unlike other pageants. All activities and competitions are kept age appropriate. Girls under the age of 12 are not allowed to wear makeup and there is no swimsuit competition.

Families interested in learning more about the pageant and its programs may visit www.namiss.com.



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