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Mr. & Ms Preston 2015 Contestantsto Perform for Apert Syndrome

Thursday, October 22, 2015
In 7 days the 2015 contestants of Mr. & Ms Preston will be performing for a 1 year old child with Apert Syndrome.



Apert syndrome is a genetic disorder characterized by the premature fusion of certain skull bones (craniosynostosis). This early fusion prevents the skull from growing normally and affects the shape of the head and face. In addition, a varied number of fingers and toes are fused together (syndactyly). - Genetics Home Reference

The Event will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2015 at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts at 12:45 P.m.  Tickets are $200 jmd.

Tickets can be purchased at Aston Preston Hall Committee Office via email depceac.azph@gmail.com.



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ABOUT THE PAGEANT

The Mr and Ms Preston Hall pageant is one of the first on Campus Pageants to have Male contestants competing in the event. The title of Mr. and Ms Preston is an honorary one that is fitting for an intelligent , well rounded and talented young man and lady who is poised for greatness.

The Pageant will be held at the Philip Sherlock Center for the Creative Arts on the UWI Campus and will begin at 6.p.m . Gen. Tickets are $400  | VIP $500 and can be purchased at Philip Sherlock Center for the Creative Arts , Preston Hall Committee Officer and via email depceac.azph@gmail.com.


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18 comments on "Mr. & Ms Preston 2015 Contestantsto Perform for Apert Syndrome"
  1. What an amazing event. If I lived closer I would so be there.

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  2. What a great way to raise money for a good cause. Good luck on raising lots of money for research.

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  3. I wish you all the best with your event! I hope it goes really well and raises lots of money.

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  4. oh my son used to have speech therapy and occupational therapy with a little girl who was born with this. She was so sweet!! This is a fantastic cause!

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  5. What a great way to spread awareness and still have a fun and eventful time. It is nice that males are included in this pageant.

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  6. I had never heard of Apert Syndrome before. How wonderful that they are doing this!

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  7. Very cool! Like Robin, I wish I could somehow make it if I lived closer.

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  8. This sounds like a fantastic event for a great cause. I hope it raises tons of money.

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  9. Sounds like a lot of fun! And all for a great cause.

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  10. I haven't heard of Apert Syndrome before. I am glad that this is helping to raise awareness.

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  11. I'd never heard of this condition before. I think it's great that there is such an interesting event being held to bring more attention and awareness!

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  12. I never heard of this before - sounds like a wonderful event to raise awareness.

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  13. I've never heard of this before either. What a great way to raise money for a good cause. Hoping you guys raise lots of money.

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  14. This looks like a neat event. I have never heard of Apert Syndrome before. Very interesting. Thanks for raising awareness.

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  15. This looks like a neat event. I have never heard of Apert Syndrome before. Very interesting. Thanks for raising awareness.

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  16. This is my first to hear of it too, like some of the other commenters have said. I have zero doubt though, that this willbe very welcome for those who have heard of it!

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  17. I've actually never heard of Apert Syndrome before and what a great way to bring awareness to it.

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  18. This is the 1st I have heard of Apert syndrome. This is a great way to raise awareness.

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