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— Angela R. Campbell (@OhJustEatIt) July 5, 2014
Some of this country’s most beautiful Cougars will be available for viewing in Toronto on July 24th.
But you’re not going to catch a glimpse of these eloquent specimens’ at the zoo or even an animal sanctuary. No, these feline temptresses are of the two legged nature, and enjoy showing off their beauty to the opposite sex at some of this country’s hottest night spots and other vastly inhabitant male hangouts.
And while these middle aged vixens will still be on the prowl with their traditional goal of educating and seeking out the approval of the younger members of the opposite sex, this time the ladies will also be there to raise both the profile and financial kitty of Cancer research.
The Miss Cougar Canada 2014, competition is all set to crown a Queen on Thursday evening, July 24th at The Crocodile Rock night club on Adelaide Street W., in the city’s entertainment district.
According to organizer, Jules Cougaress, the real winner of the competition will be Cancer research, and specifically Gilda’s Club of Greater Toronto. Cougaress says the disease was an easy choice as the recipient of the night’s proceeds. The 46-year-old blonde beauty has not only lost her mother and cousin to Cancer, but has already gone several tough rounds herself with the resilient disease.
“For me, the night will have a two pronged focus, “said Cougaress. “Not only will those in attendance be treated to a spectacular evening of beautiful women, quality local music, and celebrity guests, we will also be focusing on the devastation this disease has on women over the age of 35.”
“Cancer is one of the biggest challenges middle aged women face and it comes in so many different forums, she says. “Almost every woman who is participating knows someone or has personally had to battle this disease.”
The rules for the event are quite simple according to Media Relations Director Angela R. Campbell. “Any ladies wanting to enter the competition are welcome. ” Every lady must be over the age of 35 to vie for the Cougar Crown (ID required). ‘The rest is pretty simple; they must be legally single and naturally attracted to younger men. “Every Cub (A Cougar’s term of endearment for young men) in attendance will be given one vote towards their favourite Cougar.”
Campbell says the night will have an 80′s theme to it and prizes will be given out for best costume. The fun will get under way at 8 pm and feature a bevy of special celebrity guests from the world of music, literature and art.
Tickets for the show are $15 in advance and $20 at the door
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