4th annual special needs pageant brings smiles to all
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CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. — Beauty queens and kings were able to compete in a unique pageant on Saturday afternoon. The fourth annual Daughters of Job Special Needs Pageant was held at Freed Hardeman University. There were 20 contestants, boys and girls, ranging from six to forty-seven-years-old. “Everyone feels beautiful, you know, it’s just an event to honor them and make them feel special. Everyone leaves and they are all very happy and they are glad that they came. It’s just an all-around great event,” Kati Yenawine, one of the organizers said. All proceeds from the pageant went to support Special Needs Athletics.