by: Shanna Fortier | Staff Photographer
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- EDITOR'S NOTE:
I am sorry for your disappointment. I actually did not take any pictures at the pageant. I only photographed the parade. It may have been another photographer, from a different organization, who promised the girls a group picture would be published. Again, I apologize for any disappointment.
- how wrong!! All the girls at the pageant were told that their group pictures would be in the paper. imagine the disappointment on our kids faces when not one group photo was put in the paper! their were many photos taken by your photographer and not one group photo was used. It would be really nice if the group pics could be put in next weeks paper like was promised to the girls. the only pic you put in the paper was of the spud winner with her tongue sticking out! what a shame..the group pics arent even on your website for the girls to see. i know many of the girls that were in the pageant and they are very disappointed! can you make it up to them?? it would be really nice! thanks for listening...I hope you are.
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