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2015 Miss Indianapolis Black Expo Scholarship Pageant to be held Sunday

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The Indianapolis Chapter of IBE will hold their 45th annual scholarship pageant  Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. at the Warren Central Performing Arts Center.

Contestants will compete in categories of evening gown, talent and personal interviews which will give them an opportunity to express their views on a range of topics. Prior to the pageant, contestants participated in a variety of workshops which included leadership skills, finance, etiquette, health & wellness, and college & career preparation. 

Last year the Chapter awarded a total of $5,000 in scholarship dollars to the participants.

The winner of the 2015 Miss Indianapolis Chapter of IBE Scholarship Pageant will preside over certain events during the 2015 Summer Celebration of Indiana Black Expo.

Additional event information can be found at www.indianapolisibe.com

See pictures of this year’s contestants below. 

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