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Contestants - 2009 Miss Mission Beach Bikini Contest
San Diego

View the video here on YouTube

Thanks to the 2009 Over The Line Coming Out Parties Sponsors!

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Join us for this years Miss Mission Beach Events

Contestant Appreciation

Yacht Trip
Sponsor’s Plaque Presentation
2008 Spirit of Life Dinner, Volunteer
Wheelchair Basketball Camp (8-12yrs)
Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp (4-18yrs)
SDASF, Day at the Bay (Disabled US Military Active/Retired)
Run and Roll Tennis Tournament
Finalist Appreciation Yacht Trip
Wheelchair Basketball Tournament
Wheelchair OTL
St Patrick’s Day Parade
Boo Parade
Mother Goose Parade
St. Patrick's Day Parade

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上传: 18/05/2009
更新: 08/10/2014
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Tags: otl coming out party; over the line; miss mission beach bikini contest
  • Bikini lover over 1 year ago
    Chick with the sea shell necklace is by far the hottest..
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