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Pageant organisers combine to promote Aitutaki contestants

Tuesday 6 June 2017 | Published in Local

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Pageant organisers combine to promote Aitutaki contestants
MCIA's Rohan Ellis, Addrienne Hosking-Tinirau, Moana Maoate, Nooroa Tuakeu, MAPA's Regina Potini, and MCIA president Dianna Clarke-Bates. 17060518

Miss Cook Islands Association Inc (MCIA) president Dianna Clarke-Bates and Miss Aitutaki Pageant Association (MAPA) President Regina Potini have agreed to work together to ensure the two contestants from Aitutaki Island – Miss Moana Maoate and Miss Nooroa Tuakeu, have the best preparation and support for the Miss Cook Islands 2017 pageant.

Miss Cook Islands Association Inc (MCIA) president Dianna Clarke-Bates and Miss Aitutaki Pageant Association (MAPA) President Regina Potini have agreed to work together to ensure the two contestants from Aitutaki Island – Miss Moana Maoate and Miss Nooroa Tuakeu, have the best preparation and support for the Miss Cook Islands 2017 pageant.


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