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Photo submitted - Back row, from left: Kimberly Sargalis, Alexandra Sprague and Hanna Fleming. Front row, from left:Tiffany Sargalis, Alexa Rene Eddy.

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Locals are crowned during Little Falls’ Canal Celebration Pageant

Thursday, August 16, 2012 - Updated: 9:50 AM

LITTLE FALLS — The Little Falls Canal Celebration youth pageant winners were crowned recently during the 13th annual pageant held at Benton Hall Academy in Little Falls.

Approximately 30 contestants from across the Mohawk Valley were judged on personality, stage presence and appearance while modeling a dressy outfit and being interviewed on stage. Winners received roses from Rose Petals Florist in Little Falls along with a crown, sash, trophy and invite to ride in the Canal Celebration grand parade.

Results are as follows:

• Canal Celebration Queen: Alexandra Sprague, 17, of Yorkville; First Runner-Up: Destiny M. French, 16, of Ilion; Second Runner-Up: Carly Eckler, 15, of St. Johnsville.

• Canal Celebration Princess: Hanna Fleming, 11, of Herkimer; First Runner-Up: Kaylee Marie Cappuccio, 12, of Amsterdam and Savannah Moynihan, 13, of Ilion, tied for placement.

• Canal Celebration Junior Miss: Tiffany Sargalis, 9, of Johnstown; First Runner-Up: Gabriella Caridi, 9, of Whitesboro; Second Runner-Up: Kaylee Marie Sanders, 9, of Fort Plain.

• Canal Celebration Little Miss: Alexa Rene Eddy, 3, of Little Falls; First Runner-Up: Julia Llewellyn, 4, of Mohawk; Second Runner-Up: Nevaeh Leigh Stowell, 4, of Canajoharie.

• Canal Celebration Little Mister: Alize Contreras, 5, of Utica.

• People’s Choice Winner: Kimberly Sargalis, 14, of Johnstown.

The pageant was hosted by director Laurie Jean Britton and featured appearances by Miss Mohawk Valley, Courtney Sheridan and Miss Mohawk Valley’s Outstanding Teen, Emily Stegeland.

     

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