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Bocaue beauty reigns in Reyna ng Bulacan 2014
Friday, 12 September 2014
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QUEENS OF THE NIGHT. The winners of the Reyna ng Bulacan 2014 pose and smile before the crowd during the coronation night held at the Provincial Capitol Gymnasium, City of Malolos last night. Winners are (L-R) Reyna ng Bulacan 2nd runner up Diane Abigail Santiago of Obando; Bodyshots Bulacan May Ann Singh of Bustos; Reyna ng Turismo Bulacan Wilma Balatbat of Marilao; Miss Philippines-Earth Bulacan Jesas Aniceto of City of Malolos; Bb. Bulacan 2014 Vianca Louise Marcelo of Bocaue; Miss Philippines–World Bulacan Rickie Mae Bernabe of Baliwag; Miss Grand International Bulacan Edenielle Rio Domingo of Hagonoy; Festival Queen of Bulacan Blessing Sison of City of Meycauayan; and First Runner up Dianne Punzal of Norzagaray. View Larger Image.
CITY OF MALOLOS — Vianca Louise Marcelo from the town of Bocaue will officially represent the province to the Binibining Pilipinas beauty pageant after being crowned as the Binibining Bulacan 2014 in the Reyna ng Bulacan Coronation Night held recently at the Bulacan Capitol Gymnasium in this city.

Marcelo, a 20 year-old graduate of BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management of the University of St. Benilde received a trophy, sash, crown, and a cash prize. She was also awarded the Best in Long Gown, Best in Swimwear and Best in Talent.

Also, bagging the titles as the official candidate of Bulacan in the national beauty pageants are Rickie Mae Bernabe of Baliwag for Miss World, Jesas Aniceto of Malolos for Miss Earth, Edenielle Rio Domingo of Hagonoy for Miss Grand International, Wilma Balatbat of Marilao for Reyna ng Turismo and Blessing Sison of Meycauayan for Festival Queen. They all received cash incentives plus trophy and sash.

Special awards were also given to Jesas Aniceto of Malolos as Miss Friendship, Dowen Pascual of Meycauayan as Best Handler, Rickie Mae Bernabe of Baliwag as Best in Bulacañana Headdress and Joan Belle Aquino of Meycauayan as Bulacan’s Choice Award.

Gov. Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado said that the pageant not only showcases the beauty of the Bulakenyas but also their awareness in the culture and arts of the province.

“This event is the search of Bulakenya role models that will help the provincial government in promoting the rich historical and cultural heritage and also boost the eco-tourism programs in the province,” the governor said.

This event was made possible through the Provincial Youth, Sports, Employment, Arts, Culture, and Tourism Office (PYSEACTO) in partnership with Ginoo at Binibining Bulacan Charity, Inc. ###

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