Halifax County Cancer Association will be hosting the Fifth Annual Womanless Beauty Pageant at 7 p.m. on Saturday at Halifax County High School.
Some 10 local "beauties" will take the stage as they model sportswear, showcase their talent and strut their stuff in the evening gown portion of the evening as they compete for "Ms. HCCA 2019," said Halifax County Cancer Association Director Sharon Blosser.
The "beauties" participating in the pageant will be “Foxxy” aka Billy Rice, “Miss Eunice C. Berger” aka Devin Hall, “Dixie Tucker” aka Dennis Blanks, “Summer Clearance” aka Charles Anderson, “Cotton Candy” aka Anthony Anderson, “LaToya Bridgefield” aka Blake Jones, “Ruby” aka “Doc” Clark Jr., “Bub-Bell aka Christopher Braman, “Ivy Dripp” aka J. T. Lawhorn and “Kitty Kat” aka Daniel Eanes.
The public is invited to come out and support a favorite contestant.
“Your $5 admission will be applied to your favorite contestant to win ‘Most Supported.’ During intermission, you will have an additional chance to vote for ‘Most Supported.’ Each vote is $1,” Blosser added.
Halifax County Cancer Association is a local non-profit that provides financial assistance to cancer patients in Halifax County.
In 2018, the association provided assistance with travel to over 3,000 appointments, treatments and test for cancer related visits as well as medication assistance, wigs, bras, prosthesis, medical bills and for other cancer-related cost.
For more information on HCCA, call 434-476-2714. Office hours are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday