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    Mary Joyce Villanueva Of Region 11 Wins Mutya Ng PRISAA 2014 Pageant

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    Region 11 representative Mary Joyce Villanueva was crowned Mutya Ng PRISAA (Private Schools Athletic Association) 2014 at the RDR Gym, Tagum City last April 10, 2014.

     

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    Villanueva, 18, from University of Mindanao, bested 11 other contestants including fan favorite Siselle Zaira Fajardo of Region 2 and Donna Lyneth Ceniza of Region 8 who won the talent portion.

     

    From Talent portion to the Regional Costume, Sports Attire, and Evening Gown competition, a Davaoeña made it to take home the Mutya Ng PRISAA 2014 throne from Region 10 which has been consistent holder of the crown for two years.

     

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    MJ’s answer about PRISAA’s contribution to the Philippines won over both the judges and the audience.
     
    “PRISAA’s contribution to the Philippines is the unity of the generation today. It teaches them sportsmanship, camaraderie and values,” Villanueva’s said during the question and answer portion.
     
    Here are the Mutya Ng PRISAA 2014 runners up:
     
    1st runner up – Julee Ann Marie Bourgoin of Region 10
    2nd runner up – Inggrid Elizabeth Gerodias of Region 7
    3rd runner up – Reina Amor Gomez of Region 6
    4th runner up – Gail Doraine Ventic of Region 3
     
    Before joining this year’s Mutya Ng PRISAA pageant, Mary Joyce Villanueva holds the title of Diwa ng Dabaw 2014, Mutya ng UM 2013 and Ms. College of Hospitality Education 2013.
     
    “Indeed, No dream is too big and no dreamer is too small. I came as a princess and I am so blessed to come home as a queen. Thank you Dear Lord for the bountiful blessings. You alone deserve all the honor and glory!,” MJ posted on her FB page.
     
    Congratulations!

     

     

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