Look­ing for Miss A&P

South Waikato News - - NEWS -

The an­nual Miss A&P Show Girls is back for 2012 with a brand new look and a new con­vener.

Lo­cal lawyer Arama Ngapo- Lip­scombe is ex­cited about the newlook pro­gramme.

‘‘Miss A&P Show­girls is about re­al­is­ing our youths’ po­ten­tial and is a foun­da­tion for build­ing strong, con­fi­dent young women. We are build­ing on the great work done by for­mer con­vener Dianne Adams, and in­tro­duc­ing new sec­tions that will em­power our con­tes­tants.’’

Mrs NgapoLip­scombe said the pro­gramme will run for eight weeks start­ing on Oc­to­ber 3; lead­ing up to the crown­ing of Miss A&P in early De­cem­ber at the A&P Show.

‘‘We have in­tro­duced self de­fence which will be run by Toa Ara Mar­tial Arts Cen­tre, a makeup and hair work- shop with Wa­iariki Polytech­nic, pub­lic speak­ing will also be on the agenda as well as a nu­tri­tion and healthy liv­ing work­shop which will be run by Sport Waikato.’’

Reg­u­lar favourites such as the wear­able arts and fash­ion show are also on the pro- gramme. Mrs NgapoLip­scombe said it was time for a ‘‘fresh start’’ and the help of for­mer Miss A&P con­tes­tants on the Miss A&P Show­girl board, has made the task ‘‘ex­cit­ing’’.

‘‘ I have formed a board with peo­ple who have ex­pe­ri­ence with Miss A&P. Their ex­per- tise in this field has helped cre­ate an ex­cit­ing new pro­gramme for this years con­tes­tants.’’

Miss A& P en­trants must be be­tween 16 to 19 years old. Reg­is­tra­tion forms at Lip­scombe Law of­fice ( opp the Post Of­fice) from Mon­day to Fri­day, 9am till 4.30pm.

SHOW GIRLS: The Miss A&P Show­girl board is wel­com­ing young women of the South Waikato to en­ter into this year’s com­pe­ti­tion.

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