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Blythe Lions Club pancake breakfast
Special to the Times Pictured, left to right: Blythe Lions Club member, Mike McAndrew, Bequer, Mallett, and Blythe Lions Club Vice President, Jere Allan.
Special to the Times Pictured, left to right: Blythe Lions Club member, Mike McAndrew, Bequer, Mallett, and Blythe Lions Club Vice President, Jere Allan.
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BLYTHE, Calif. - Miss Blythe, Cristina Bequer, and Miss Blythe Outstanding Teen Victoria Mallett joined Blythe Lions Club at its annual pancake breakfast March 8. The next Lions Club meeting is scheduled for April 7 at 6 p.m. at Steaks and Cakes Restaurant. The club seeks new members so the club asks for you to attend for some fun and dinner.




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Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014
Article comment by: Wow @

If the young lady read your post, the last thing she would probably want to do is thank you, but then again maybe she would because she has more class than you obviously do.

I have to admit, I had to read your comment several times over to figure out the foot thing, and I've come to the same conclusion where I would love to put my foot and it has nothing to do with how you described. *L*

Nice article, nice picture, and *high five* (hope I did the high five thing correctly, don't want to get slammed by butt head) to all the positive comments. Job well done to all.


Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014
Article comment by: Lew Erskine

@Use What They Taught You! Your comments come off as spiteful against a young teen. If you feel her posing technique does not meet your standards, direct your attention to pageant officials and any training they may or may not provide to contestants. But to criticize publicly, as far as I'm concerned comes off as mean. I think Ms. Carlton put it best.

Posted: Saturday, April 5, 2014
Article comment by: Judg-men-tal tending to judge or criticize the conduct of other

At Use What They Taught You!

Thank you for sharing your critique. But Iím curious, since the time you have known right from wrong, have you done everything right? Have you done everything correctly and exactly what you have been taught? If so, when will your number one bestselling book be out? Will you be joining Dr. Phil to discuss your perfection?

You see, this is the problem with people always judging, and gossiping about others when they really have no place to judge or wag their tongue.

GREAT JOB girls you look fabulous!!! To the Blythe Lions Club, by submitting this article I hope you gain many new members.


Posted: Friday, April 4, 2014
Article comment by: EL PICA BUYAS

@....Use What. You have two beautiful young ladies here helping the community, and all you see here, just are feet? Talk about the personal monsters, you must be fighting within your mind, why focus on feet?

Maybe you are a parent of one of the young ladies that did not win?


Posted: Friday, April 4, 2014
Article comment by: EL PICA BUYAS

Boy, I could have fun here!

Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014
Article comment by: Use What They Taught You!

@ get over it... Didn't Win the Crown? Not Even Close! Are you mad because you know I'm right? Sorry, but a Teenager is NOT a CHILD as you put it, they are young adults. Sounds like Tart Lemons to me.. You Get Over It!

Posted: Thursday, April 3, 2014
Article comment by: Rosalie Carlton

Good job girls on promoting and volunteering your time to our community like the Lions club love you and God bless you!

Posted: Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Article comment by: Get Over It!!!

Really???? Chastising a CHILD because they did not pose correctly for a snapshot? Grow up. Sounds like sour grapes to me...maybe you didn't win the crown???

Posted: Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Article comment by: Use What They Taught You!

I am guessing that these young women were taught how to stand properly and pose, Miss Blythe, You Nailed It! Miss Teen, Not So Much. Next time put the heel of the foot closest to the camera in the middle of the the back foot, point the toe of the front foot toward the camera (it should look kind of like the letter y) and your pose will look like you were actually taught how to stand and pose correctly. You're Welcome!



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