Choc goes for gold

2015-10-13 06:00
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At the event (from left) Agie Govender, Felicity Sheares, Melanie Van Rensburg and Bonita Boyle.

Photos: supplied At the event (from left) Agie Govender, Felicity Sheares, Melanie Van Rensburg and Bonita Boyle.

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THE Childhood Cancer Foundation (Choc) in association with three modelling schools - LeVogue Modelling School and Photography, Model Dynamics and Simply Models Photography and Modelling - hosted the Choc Go For Gold Mr-Master and Miss Choc Queen Pageant recently. Included in the committee were volunteer Justine Malyon and Bonita Boyle and independen t adjudicator. This event was dedicated to International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month which was celebrated in September.

Each child was placed into an age category and had to model two outfits - one a cultural outfit and the other a formal outfit with a touch of gold.

There were six categories including the Choc Tots.

The children committed themselves to the pageant by creating awareness about Choc, raising funds and dressing up in their best outfit.

The emcee – Choc ambassador Natalie Rungan - enthralled the audience with her pace and timing.

The judges were led by Mrs Bonita Boyle Enterprise, Salome Gouws (Mrs UKZN SA), Mrs Felicity Sheares (adjudicator and qualified to judge Miss World), Melanie Van Rensburg (lecturer and consultant) and Agie Govender (Choco KZN regional manager). The support from young people and their parents was overwhelming at this event.

Choc thanked the Choc volunteers and sponsors for making the event an unqualified success. - Supplied.

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