Labrador lass named ‘Darling of the Press’


LINGAYEN – Nineteen year-old Annie Uson from Labrador town is this year’s Limgas na Pangasinan’s ‘Darling of the Press.’

Anie Uson, Labrador town’s bet for Limgas na Pangasinan (PIOphoto by Meinard Sadim)

Uson, an Architecture student of St. Louis University in Baguio City, conversed eloquently with poise, wit and confidence making her the choice from among the 25 official candidates.

This year’s official candidates are: Jessica Estihore (Natividad), Charmaine Joyce Nava (Aguilar), Nymmosyne Bautista (San Carlos City), Monica Fortunato (Umingan), Marikit Manaois (Binmaley), Jane Flodine (Mangaldan), Apple Joy Bacay (Alaminos City), Kazumi Noguchi (Infanta), Shienna Dianne Baldiviano (Binalonan), Encar Nyssa Quitoriano (Dagupan City), Karen Eje (Manaoag), Cindy Pilar (Mangatarem), Jannah Bernas (Sual), Ivy Lou Borbon (Sta. Barbara), Princess C. Villanueva (San Fabian), Loise Ann Calimlim (Bayambang), Anie Uson (Labrador), Vanessa Baraquio (Basista), Angelica Garcia (Bayambang), Nicole Kate Valencerina (Bugallon), Shane Sison (Sta. Barbara), Trixie Amyr Gavina (Pozorrubio), Bea Theresa Maynigo (Calasiao), Miezhl Jeanneli Ramos (Urdaneta City), and Gell Vinluan (Binmaley).

The 25 candidates paid a courtesy call on Gov. Amado Espino III at the Urduja House and later graced the regular session of the provincial board.

The grand pageant and coronation night of the 2017 Limgas na Pangasinan to be held on April 30 at the Capitol Plaza. Talent Night will be on April 21 at the Sison Auditorium. (PIO/RBB)

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