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Traditional Queen contestants
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Miss ACOMSIC 2008 Zelda Devesi from Selwyn College. She is a junior contestant in the modern category
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Miss ACOMSIC 2008 from Selwyn College in the senior traditional catergory Irene Kabei
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ACOMSIC Queen Show dubbed a success
June 18, 2008

[Melanesian Messenger - Melanesia] Association of the Church of Melanesia Schools Institutions and Communities in Solomon Islands last week successfully hosted a beauty pageant night for its schools at the Honiara Hotel.

Fourteen students from 5 primary and secondary schools participated in the primary category as well as the junior and senior categories for secondary schools in both traditional and modern queen contests.

In the primary category Lean Malcam of St. Nicholas in Honiara was crowned Miss ACOMSIC in the modern and Antoinette of St. Francis Vaturanga School on west Guadalcanal was crowned in the tradional category.

Zelda Devesi of Selwyn College was the Miss ACOMSIC in the modern junior while Martha Theodi of St Nicholas topped the traditional contestants in the same category.

Falu Alatala and Irene Kabei of Selwyn College were crowned Miss ACOMSIC in the modern and traditional senior categorie respectively.

St. Stephens Pamua on Makira and Norman Palmer School in Honiara also participated in the Queen show witnessed by hundreds of parents, supporters and friends of the Church of Melanesia schools.

Prime Minister of Solomon Islands Dr. Derek Sikua was the guest of honour at the show.

The show was part of a series of fundraising drives to help in staging this years ACOMSIC Games at Selwyn College on west Guadalcanal in September.

ACOMSIC Games is held every two years to promote and foster unity among the Church schools, institutions and communities in Solomon Islands.