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Heritage Days Royalty to preside over celebration

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The Miss Heritage Days 2013 was held on June 26 at Huntington Elementary. Jeff Guymon was the emcee for the event and introduced the program. An opening prayer was given and the national anthem was sung by Jeff Guymon, Laryssa Guymon, Haylee Guymon and Jessica Guymon. The pageant opened with the presentation of contestant followed by a violin performance from 2012 Junior Miss, Laryssa Guymon. The talent competition featured a great variety of talents by all of the contestants. Following the talent competition was the evening gown and on stage question. After the evening gown and on stage competition, Jessica Guymon sang, When You Believe. The Miss Heritage Days 2012 royalty, Miss Heritage Days, Jessica Guymon, Junior Miss, Laryssa Guymon and Little Miss, Shaylee Hreinson had their farewell walk. While the scores were being calculated Haylee Guymon entertained with a humorous reading of Rindercella and a clog dance.

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