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Sarah Chenault wins first-ever Miss Abilities Pageant Staff Report news@mechlocal.com


ECHANICSVILLE – Sarah Chenault, a Hanover County resident, was crowned the

Photos submitted by Ashley Gregory

Sarah Chenault, photo at left, the newly crowned Miss Hanover Abilities, takes her first walk on the runway. The contestants begin the show with an energetic opening number, photo above. In the photo at right, Sarah Chenault, center, poses with first runner-up Morgan McCullough, left, and second runner-up Emma Wooten, right.

first-ever Miss Hanover Abilities during a pageant held Saturday, March 25. The first runner up was Morgan McCullough followed

by second runner up Emma Wooten. Hanover Community Support Services presented the Miss Hanover Abilities Pageant, which sponsored by

Good Neighbor. The event was held as a fundraiser for Hanover Community Support Services. Many members of the community, including del-

egates, supervisors and business owners, as well as friends and families of contestants, attended Miss Hanover Abilities. HCSS will utilize the pro-

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ic Dance! Fun!

Sandbar Mus

The Mechanicsville Local

April 19, 2017

Benefiting Deserving Youth and Charitable Endeavors

ceeds from the fundraiser to provide financial support to Hanover County residents

with developmental disabilities, substance use disorder see ABILITIES, pg. 15

Thursday, May 11 4:30pm - 8pm

Buy tickets at Union Bank & Trust in Hanover County • www.hanoverrotary.org 804-550-3098 Bruce Perretz

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