From left: Heather Davies

No miss-taking these winners

Three Surrey and Delta women won top spots in the recent Miss, Miss Teen and Mrs. BC Pageant.

  • Jul. 21, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Three local women have won top spots in the recent Miss, Miss Teen and Mrs. BC Pageant in Fort Langley.

Surrey’s Kirti Singh is Miss Fraser Valley, Surrey’s Ramneet Kang won the People’s Choice, and Heather Davies of Delta was awarded Miss Congeniality.

The pageant’s rules are different than others. There is no maximum age limit to participate, nor are there height and weight requirements.

Also, among the contestants are women who are single parents.

The charity for the Miss BC Pageant is the Cops for Cancer Tour of the Canadian Cancer Society. Since 2007, the contest has raised more than $225,000 for the cause.

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