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The eight finalists of Miss Colours Hungary – 2014., have had been chosen on February 22. at the City Park Cafe & Bar apart of the Ice Rink’s in the beautiful neo-baroque building  The competition this year for the first time, thanks to the Rotary Club of Budapest and the Center co-operation, has been released and published internationally. Calls arrived from six countries and 16 candidates were invited from Hungary, Romania, Bosnia – Herzegovina, Mexico, Bolivia, Ukraine. A total of 50 applications arrived. The jury members, interviewed each applicant, by having a short conversation through “appearance via Skype” through an interpreter. The semi-final jury consisting of Bernadett Mrázik – Colours Rehab Ltd – organizer, Dorottya Balló – Rotary Club – Budapest Center,  Vanda Vasas – Colours Miss Hungary 2013, Nóra Nemes – Choreographer, Ferenc Rákóczi – presenter, had chosen ont he spot the 8 semi-final ladies, who were:  Tünde Ferenczi  – 36 years old, Alcsútdoboz – Hobbies: wheelchair dancing, Zumba. „”If I would have the chance, I would tell the people who are so full-fledged human being can live. Exemplary for those who do not know that a woman can be so nice and pretty. To me it would mean the removal of obstacles that would stop the people from the kind of obstacles, which can not or do not want to converge.”  Kinga Ilyés – 31 years old, from Romania, Harghita County – Hobbies: painting, furniture painting, listening to music. „”I think the issue of accessibility can be carried forward if „we wheelchair individuals participate as often as we can in the social life. I think that the society is open to create the necessary conditions for equality, and be informed when we are needy.” Marcia Andrea Cornejo Vargas – 28 years old, from Bolivia – Hobbies: graphic design, singing. “I am currently dealing with graphic and creative design. My dream would come true to be able to come to Hungary and participate at the Miss Colours Contest.”  Valeria Leonova – 22 years, from Ukraine  – Hobbies: handwork, modeling, weightlifting. For me it is rather disappointing to see that some people are pulling up new building complexes and they care less or  do not think that there are individuals who are unattainable to accessible these buildings by wheelchair. I would be glad if I could draw the attention to all that are within this business.” Szilvia Pető – 30 years old from Budapest.  – Hobbies: traveling, reading. “I would help the cause of accessibility? Would provide an application to the Municipality with approving the wheelchair people. Many streets are unavailable to cross between cars, or having to cross the rail trauls. If  that’s not enough, I would as an experimental „subject” would roll along the roadway for the sake of a film that others on the road would notice the importance of us in the wheelchairs, since we are also here!”  Fanni Ilyés – 22 years old, from Rezi – Hobbies: reading, cooking, swimming. Paraolimpic swimmer, participated at the Beijing and London Olympics Games. “Born without legs, with conjoined fingers, but it’s never hindered me almost from anything. I swim competitively for more than eight years, thanks to which I got a lot of opportunities. During my travels, I found that it is easier for those living abroad who are in wheelchairs, since they are already in place to meet these requirements means, therefore, more mobile, more courageous, which promotes social inclusion as well. I would like to achieve the same in Hungary.” She also mentioned, being travelling around the world, she found out that in Miami they deal  a lot for the wheelchair users in the traffic routes, passageways as being constructed  in a manner for environment friendly for folks in use of wheelchair. Hadarag Paula Andrea 22 years old, from Romania  – Hobbies: reading, handwork.” I am disabled since 2009. I think that the wheelchair ladies can be just as beautiful and irradiated as intact counterparts, but beside their beauty we are advantage in being very strong.” Judith Horváth Pálfi – 46 years old, from Veresegyháza  – Hobbies: sports, reading, cinema, theater. „In 1992 had a car accident, broke my spine, so I got a wheelchair. As a fencer I attended five Olympics and I have achieved great success. Would consider it important in the rehabilitation of sports presentation of the more recent victims, and if possible pre-school and school integration”

MISS Colours International Wheelchair Beauty Contest Final on
 March, 22. 2014.  at the Larus Restaurant and Event Center.

Update  and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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