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Mundelein pageant queens begin their yearlong reign People
Mundelein pageant queens begin their yearlong reign
The new Miss Mundelein, Junior Miss Mundelein and Little Miss Mundelein formally introduced themselves to Mayor Steve Lentz and village trustees during their July 28 meeting. Thirty-one young girls and teens competed for the three positions during a June 29 pageant at Mundelein High School, but only three became queens.
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