Richard Hay

Miss Deaf Auckland!

1990
The Auckland Deaf community gathers for the Miss Deaf Auckland competition, organised by Adrienne Killen. The top three are selected to represent Auckland in the upcoming Miss Deaf New Zealand pageant.
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The Auckland Deaf community gathers for the Miss Deaf Auckland competition, organised by Adrienne Killen. The top three are selected to represent Auckland in the upcoming Miss Deaf New Zealand pageant. Dave Jamieson, at that time the host of TV1’s popular ‘Blind Date’ television show, was the guest judge. Melissa Lakeman, a 16 year old student at the Kelston Girls High School Deaf unit was awarded first place. Second place went to Jackie Anderson and third place to Julie-Anne Taylor. The three went on to compete in the 1990 Miss Deaf New Zealand pageant, timed to coincide with the 34th New Zealand Games for the Deaf in Auckland during 19-22 October.

  1. Abbie Twiss

  2. Adrienne Killen

  3. Dave Jamieson

  4. Harry Hanley

  5. Jackie Anderson

  6. Julie-Anne Taylor

  7. Karen Livermore

  8. Melanie Hyslop

  9. Melissa Lakeman

  10. Natasha Jumelet

  11. Pauline Dyer

  12. Rosalie Whiting

  13. Susie Ovens

  14. Teresa Jenkins

  15. Ursula Ware

Donated by Richard Hay
Reference number RH02-01-CE90
Sponsored by Mel Collings