The 11th annual Miss Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant will feature four local young women.
The pageant begins at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Pasco High School auditorium, 1102 N. 10th Ave., Pasco.
Advance tickets are $10 for adults and high school students and $5 for middle and elementary school students. Children 5 and younger are free.
Ticket outlets are Fantastic Sam's, 1220 N. Columbia Center Blvd. in Kennewick, and Salon Remedies at 745 The Parkway in Richland.
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This year's participants are:
-- Aubreona Patrick of Pasco attends Chiawana High. Her parents are Jill Lawson and Tyrone Patrick of Pasco.
She is a member of her school's Cheer Team and the Eastern Washington Elite Senior Dance Team, which recently took first place in the Worlds competition in Florida. She enjoys dancing and cheerleading. She would like to attend the University of Las Vegas to major in pediatrics.
Her talent is dance.
-- Ajanae Kinsey of Richland attends Hanford High. Her parents are Pamela Kinsey of Richland and Darrell Kinsey of Lake Oswego, Ore.
Her hobbies include dancing, writing, acting and Youth Group at World Life Christian Center. She participates in Hanford High drama, Red Cross blood drives, Science Technology Engineering Math conferences, at Team Battelle community events and the Hanford High Buddy Club, where she is paired with a student with developmental disabilities. She would like to attend either Eastern Washington University or Fort Valley State University to study nursing.
Her talent is monologue, dance.
-- Mariah Kensey of Kennewick attends Southridge High School. Her parents are Tiffany Wick and Dwayne Kensey of Kennewick.
Her hobbies include playing basketball, tennis and culinary arts. She is a student in the Tri-Tech Skills Center Culinary Arts Department. She would like to attend the Culinary Institute of America to study to be a chef and get her master's degree.
Her talent is a monologue.
-- Indanecia Baker of Pasco is a 2013 Richland High graduate. Her parents are Aisha Grisby of Pasco and DeWayne and Lisa Baker of Richland.
She was a member on Richland High track and field team. One of her hobbies is singing. She studies cosmetology at Victoria's Academy in Kennewick. She would like to attend Louisiana State University to major in business.
Her talent is poetry reading.