Miss Lao Connecticut Pageant 2013 October 20th, 2012


October 16,2012
For Immediate Release
Contact: Prakaithip Dollar Chanthavone
Chanthavone Enterprise
Miss Lao Connecticut Pageant 2013
October 20, 2012
West Hartford, CT – The Lao Association of Connecticut (LAC) will be hosting the annual Miss Lao of Connecticut Pageant for 2013. It will be held from 4:00 PM till midnight at the Elks Club, 138 North Maple Street, Enfield, CT 06082.  For entertainment, there will be a live band, dancing, food and drinks. Admission to this event is $10 (food/drink not included). For a free Press pass and advertising questions, please contact Howard Phengsomphone at laoact@comcast.net or call (860) 523-8340.

There will be seven winners chosen. Cash prizes will be used for educational needs. Each contestant will be asked to participate in the "Lao New Year" celebrations for the year of 2013. Contestants must be of Lao-American descent, female between 16-22 years of age, a resident of Connecticut, must have an understanding of the Lao culture, and the ability to speak the language. Questions will be randomly drawn for the contestants. Some of the questions include who has the greatest influence on your life, how would you encourage others to contribute towards your community, what challenges do you face in school/life and how did you cope with it.
The organization's mission is to unite Laotian Americans, protect, preserve and teach the Lao culture. They assist in the education and the economic development of the community, aiming to improve the quality of life for all. The LAC is a non-profit organization established since 1980. Visit www.laoact.com.

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