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Subject: Good luck to all the contestants and the committee.

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Date Posted: 22:53:37 03/04/09 Wed
In reply to: MNC Committee 's message, "Miss Napa County Scholarship Program Press Release" on 10:21:02 03/04/09 Wed

>Miss Napa County and Outstanding Teen 2009 Scholarship
>Fourteen Semi-Finalists Vie For Two Titles
>NAPA COUNTY, CA --- Fourteen semi-finalists will
>compete in the 2009 Miss Napa County and Outstanding
>Teen Scholarship Program Saturday at 7 p.m. at
>Justin-Siena High School. The program is a preliminary
>to the Miss California and Miss America competitions.
>Miss Napa County 2008 Sarah Rutan is a senior at San
>Jose State University graduating with a Bachelor of
>Science in Public Relations this May. She has made
>over 50 appearances this year and is looking forward
>to passing on her crown.
>“This is a talented group of young ladies and any one
>of them would make a wonderful representative,” Rutan
>Napa County’s Outstanding Teen 2008 Cindy Huynh is a
>senior at Napa High School graduating in June and will
>be attending a four-year university in the fall. She
>made over 20 appearances as a titleholder.
>The semi-finalists for the title of Miss Napa County
>2009 include:
>Ariel Andrews, 18, senior at Calistoga High School
>performing a monologue from “Stardust.” Her platform
>is, “Something Fishy: Raising Awareness on Eating
>Nori Anchondo, 18, senior at Calistoga School
>performing a clarinet piece titled "Menuet from K.334"
>by Mozart. Her platform is "Working for Women's
>Empowerment and Gender Equality".
>Kathleen Cantu, 17, senior at New Technology High
>School performing a monologue from the Disney movie
>Tarzan. Her platform is, “Preserving the Arts.”
>Noeli Cardenas, 18, senior at Vintage High School
>performing a vocal entitled, “For You I Will.” Her
>platform is, “Reclaiming Our Children: Early
>Intervention in Troubled Teens.”
>Jade Corpus, 19, sophomore at UC Davis performing a
>martial arts routine to the song, “Bring Me to Life.”
>Her platform is, “Raising the Bar in Higher
>Tiffany Flossman, 19, sophomore at UC Davis performing
>a vocal entitled, “Big Spender” from Sweet Charity.
>Her platform is, “Cancer Prevention Through Early
>Mindi Long, 21, student at the Napa Valley College
>performing a contemporary dance to the song,
>“Shattered.” Her platform is, “Best Buddies.”
>Shelby Holliday, 18, senior at Vintage High School
>performing a cheerleading/gymnastics routine to the
>song, “Pump It.” Her platform is, “Autism Awareness:
>Completing the Puzzle.”
>Ashley Mendez, 21, student at Napa Valley performing a
>musical skit entitled, “Diamonds are a Girls Best
>Friend.” Her platform is, “Fight Against Lung Cancer:
>Awareness and Prevention.”
>Lisa Moore, 18, a senior at Vintage High School
>performing a lyrical dance to the song, “To Where You
>Are.” Her platform is, “Prevention of Skin Cancer.”
>Clarissa Palomera, 17, a senior at Napa High School
>performing a hip-hop dance to the song, “Boom.” Her
>platform is, “A Shoulder to Lean On: Supporting
>Teenage Mothers.”
>The semi-finalists for the title of Napa County’s
>Outstanding Teen 2009 include:
>Gracie Damran, 16, a junior at New Technology High
>School performing cup stacking in her own style. Her
>platform is, “Awareness of Darfur.”
>Yvette Hernandez, 15, a sophomore at Vintage High
>School performing a song that she wrote entitled,
>“Ride With Me.” Her platform is, “Don’t Judge a Book
>by its Cover: An Anti-Bullying Campaign.”
>Katherine MacMahon, 16, student at the Insight Schools
>of California North Bay and past Justin-Siena High
>School student is performing a vocal jazz titled, "My
>One and Only Love". Her platform is "One Raindrop
>Raises the Sea: Supporting Cultural Diversity and
>The phases of competition include a private interview
>before a panel of judges, on-stage judging in talent,
>presence and poise in evening wear, lifestyle and
>fitness in swimsuit for the miss and sportswear for
>the teens and on-stage question.
>“These girls have worked very hard these past few
>months, “ Rutan continued. “It is going to be a great
>Special guest, Miss California’s Outstanding Teen 2008
>Crystal Lee will also be present and will perform
>ballet en pointe.
>Tickets are $18.00 and can be purchased at the door.
>The Miss Napa County Scholarship Organization began in
>1961 and is a part of the Miss California/Miss America
>System. The Miss America Organization is the largest
>provider of scholarships for young women in the world.
>For more information, please visit

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