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The Junior Orange Bowl has begun its Royal Court Search for three young ladies to serve as goodwill ambassadors during its 2013-14 festival season.

The queen and princesses are chosen based on personality, poise and desire to be involved in their community — much more than a beauty pageant, organizers said. They will also ride on the Royal Court Float at the Junior Orange Bowl Parade in Coral Gables. All girls who participate in the search will be invited to the Queens Ball at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.

“Our goal is to encourage these young ladies to be future leaders and role models in our community. The Royal Court Search is a wonderful opportunity for all young girls to experience. Not only do they gain self-esteem, confidence and compassion, they learn the importance of selflessly serving the community,” says Isa Goenaga, chair of the Royal Court Search.

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