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Topic - Jeannine Lacquement
"What's really cool about it is we don't have to audition," Ms. Lacquement said. "It's more of a hometown feel, like in the old days of pageants. And we really appreciate that they take the time to make the stage."
This was the fifth year the Children of the Light Dancers performed on the prominent stage, but each time is "a very big deal," said Jeannine Lacquement, the group's executive director.