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A little girl’s dream
Parents: Money may go to create scholarship
By Rob Scott
The Daily Item
DANVILLE — Two weeks before she died, 12-year-old Cassidy Reichenbach asked her father, Doug, a question he never would have expected from her. “She asked me, ‘You think I could be in a pageant? You think I’d be pretty enough to be in a pageant?’” he recalled, his voice quivering as he tried to hold back tears. “I don’t know why she said it.” You see, he said, Cassidy was big into sports. She played on the West Milton softball team. She had never been involved in or even expressed interest in being in a pageant before. The question threw him for a loop, but he responded the only way a father could: “I told her yes, she was beautiful enough to be in a pageant.” At the Heavenly Angels pageant at the Days Inn on Sunday, she was on everyone’s mind.
The 12-year-old became ill at Milton Middle School on Feb. 20, was rushed to Evangelical Community Hospital and died later that morning. Pageant director Grace James organized the event after learning of Cassidy’s death.
The tragedy had a profound impact on the student body, including James’ daughter Becca and her friend Rikki Russell, who were a grade ahead of Cassidy. “They came back from school that day very upset and wanted me to do something,” James said.
Over the next few weeks, she organized the pageant, one of several she does throughout the year. All the pageants are benefits. Through registration fees, donations and proceeds from auction items, she expected to easily raise $3,000, every cent of which would go to the Reichenbachs. More than 60 girls, from infants up to 18-year-olds, participated in the pageant. Cassidy’s parents, Doug and mother Denise, attended the event and expressed their gratitude for what James had done. “Overwhelmed” is the word Denise used to describe how she felt. “We’re both involved in the community heavy and any time you can help the community, you do it,” said James’ husband, Tim.
Cassidy’s death struck a chord, not only with her fellow students and teachers who saw her every day, but with the parents of those children, who saw themselves in the Reichenbachs. “It makes you stop, step back and open your eyes,” Tim said. “Something tragic can happen to anyone, anytime. You have to appreciate your kids while you have them.”
$3245.00 was raised for the Reichenbach Family!
Heavenly Angels Hold’s Princess Benefit Pageant
For Harvest Festival and Danville SPCA
Heavenly Angels Pageant held a Princess Themed benefit Pageant Sunday July 19th at the Milton Masonic Hall. It was like walking into a Princess fairytale-with A Castle Decorating the Stage with Princess Crowns and Sashes! Every contestant felt like a Cinderella Princess! The proceeds will go to the Milton Harvest Festival Little Miss Pageant Committee to purchase sashes for this years Mini, Dainty, Little, Young and Junior Miss Pageant. The Benefit pageant held on Sunday raised enough money to purchase every contestant in the Harvest festival a custom monogrammed sash.
The Milton Harvest festival, which is held in September, holds a pageant for girl’s ages 5-11 years. This year there are 40 contestants! There is no entry fee for these girls to enter. The Harvest Festival relies on Donations to pay for Crowns, sashes, trophies and Participation gifts for each contestant that enters. Every contestant receives each of these items – making everyone feel like a winner! Last Year all Crowns, sashes, Trophies, build a bears and participation gifts were donated by Heavenly Angels Family Daycare. As well as a charm donated to each contestant by Fedders Jewelers.
Grace James Pageant coordinator and Stephanie Krolikowski co-pageant Coordinator for the Harvest Festival decided to hold a benefit to help pay for these prizes. Stephanie Krolikowski emceed the pageant, which was very successful! This past Sunday there were 12 beautiful little girls who competed in the 0-4 Year old divisions in the morning and 11 Beautiful Girls and one Handsome Boy who competed in the afternoon. Contestants paid a token fee to enter and each received a trophy, Crown, Participation Gifts and a Build a Bear for entering! Along with paying a small entry fee contestants were asked to please donate items for the Danville SPCA. A lot of great items were received and these Donations already were given to Roxanne Griner from the Danville SPCA.
The Little Miss committee would like to thank everyone who made our Princess themed Pageant a great success! Congratulations to all the beautiful children who participated!
In the Morning Competition began with ages 0-4 the winners were:
0-4 Grand Highpoint Winner- Natalie Brosius, Overall Most Beautiful Winner- Aliana Ayala. Heavenly Angel’s Princess 3rd highest score of pageant went to Autumn Albright.
Beauty Winners were 2-year-old MaKaya Michael, 3-year-old Shakeiyah Barley and 4-year old- Samantha Estright. Directors Choice- Madison Parisan and Shakeiyah Barley.
All American Girl- Julia Russel. Becca’s Choice- Addison Ayala . Anthony’s Choice- Sydney Sinko. Miss Congeniality- Sarah Riddle. Best Models- Aliana Ayala and Samantha Estright. Sweetheart Awards- Addison Ayala, Sydney Sinko and Julia Russell
Angel Faces- Madison Parisan and Makaya Michael
Glitzy Photogenic Winner- Natalie Brosius. Natural Photogenic Winners- Madison Parisan, Autumn Albright, Aliana Ayala and Addison Ayala
Best Smile- Sarah Riddle. Best Hair- Shakeyah Barley. Best Eyes- Shakeyah Barley
And Sarah Riddle
Afternoon Competition continued with ages 5-12:
5-10 Grand Highpoint- Kelsey Smith, Overall Most Beautiful- Ashley Quick
Heavenly Angels Princess 3rd highest score of pageant went to - Angela Ayala.
Overall Most Handsome/Highpoint Boy- Dakota Quick. Directors Choices-Mackenzie McCarty and Isabella Stoutzenberger. Beauty Winners- 5-year-old Ashley Shamblen, 6-year-old Mackenzie McCarty, 9-10 year old- Felcia Sue Anthony and 11-12 year Old Sidney Mistysyn. All American Girl- Isabella Stoutzenberger
Becca’s Choice- Logan Graf. Miss Congeniality- Sidney Mistysyn and Felcia Sue Anthony. Best Models- McKenzie McCarty and Isabella Stoutzenberger. Sweetheart- Ashley Shamblen. Angel Face- Kiflyn Hockenbrock and Kiara Shelley
Natural Photogenics- Kiflyn Hockenbrock, Mackenzie McCarty, Ashley Quick, Kelsey Smith and Dakota Quick
Best Personality-Dakota Quick, Kelsey Smith and Ashley Quick
Best Smile- Kiflyn Hockenbrock, Logan Graf, and Angela Ayala
Best Hair- Sidney Mistysyn, Isabella Stoutzenberger, and McKenzie McCarty
Best Eyes- Kiara Shelley, Logan Graf, and Dakota Quick
Anyone interested in participating in a benefit pageant in the future may do so by contacting Grace James at 742-1731, email@example.com or visting www.HeavenlyAngelspageant.com several benefit pageants are held throughout the year supporting the SPCA, Shriner’s Hospital, American Red Cross, Riverwoods Nursing Care Facility and Toys for Tots!
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MILTON — Participants of Heavenly Angels donated more than 7,000 canned goods Friday to the Upper Northumberland County Chapter of the American Red Cross. They collected the goods during a pageant held Sept. 24-26 in Shamokin Dam.
The food will be used for the Feed-A-Friend Program and for the food bank, chapter executive director Harold Prentiss said.
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MILTON — The sound system repeatedly played a song about the Easter bunny, the trophy table was covered in pastel stuffed animals along with trophies and the contestants wore their Sunday best Saturday in a "natural" beauty pageant.
Twenty girls — from infants to teens — strutted on-stage in pageant at the Masonic Temple in Milton, raising $335 for the Asthma Foundation, by way of the American Lung Association, said pageant organizer Grace James, who holds the events under the Heavenly Angels name.
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Benefit Pageant Held Saturday Feb 18th, Benefit raised $400.00 for the children's Shriners Hospital. Laura and Becca James presenting Masonic Members a check to be given to the children's Shriners hospital. 38 contestants competed raising monies for the children's Shriners Hospital. Pictured is the afternoon competition for ages 5-up.