The crowning night will be held at the Honiara Hotel on November 17.
Pageant chairman Tony Koraua said the crowning night will initially start with a public float parade on November 15, where all the eight queens, their corporate sponsors, and charity representatives, will take part in a show of cooperation and support.
Mr Koraua said the float will start at the police headquarters at rove up to the Solomon Islands College of Higher Education (SICHE) sports grounds, the main hosting site of the recent Festival of Pacific Arts.
“People must to turn up in good numbers in support of the float in aid of such a worthy cause.”
The eight queens had been visiting charity organizations recently and engaged in other events around town.
Mr Koraua said their recent engagements were at the two events at the golf club on Tuesday morning and at the Point Cruz Yacht Club in support of the Melbourne Cup.
“This was symbolic because the Melbourne Cup was always associated with charity work in Australia and about half of all bets on the activity go towards Australian based charities.”:
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