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Subject: CA Contestants

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Date Posted: 04:43:16 10/04/16 Tue

Anderegg, Alissa (Contra Costa County) (2015-NC-Miss America Community Service Award, NF Interview Award)
Arroyo, Sara Beth (North Valley) (New)
Avalos, Jazmin Adriana (Anaheim Hills) (New)
Bakker, Mandy (Culver City) (New)
Bangs, Kristen (Los Angeles County) (New)
Behring, Stephanie Ann (Central California) (New) (Miss California International 2015)
Benson, Natalie (Orange Coast) (New) (NMOT - 2012, Top 12 in Orlando, America's Choice Award, Teen in Action finalist)
Bhattacharya, Asha (Anaheim) (New)
Bostwick, Blaire (Central Valley) (2014)
Cardamone, Kelsey (Sierra Nevada) (2016-NFT Award)(2015)
Carpenter, Frances (Merced County) (New)
Chaudhuri, Sabina (Silicon Valley) (New)
Crawford, Molly (San Diego) (2015-Top 10)(2013)
DaBabneh, Briana (Covina) (New)
Dadouh, Sarah (Golden Gate) (New)
Farrow, Kiara (High Desert) (2016-Non-Finalist Talent Award,Prelim SS Award)(2015)
Forbes, Hannah (Mendocino County) (New)
Forrest, Joye (San Fernando Valley) (New)
Foss, Emma (Tustin) (2016-Top 15)(2014-Prelim Talent Award,Miss America Academic Award)
Freed, MacKenzie (National Orange Show) (International Junior Miss California 2015) (2014-Top 15) (2013)
Galipault, Shannon (Yorba Linda) (2015)
Gima, Jasmine (Blythe) (New)
Holbrook, Nikki (Sacramento County) (New)
Hornaday, Nicole (Delta Valley) (New)
Huyck, Hannah (Fresno County) (New)
Kennedy, Jane (Bay Area) (2015)
Kim, Eileen (Orange County) (2016-Top 15,Prelim Talent Award)
Kotick, Cheyenne (Placentia) (2016)(2015-NFT Award, Prelim Talent Award, Prelim EG Award)
Lee, Rachel (Marin County) (New)
Nessary, JR (Southland) (New)
Mendoza, Missy (Garden Grove) (2016)(2015-NFT)(2013)
Montes-Espinoza, Amy (San Joaquin County) (New)
Omalafe, Abby (Hollywood) (New)
Police, Cheyanne (North Bay) (New)
Ramirez, Raena (Desert Southland) (2016)
Rodriguez, Amanda (Ventura) (New)
Sartuche, Elizabeth (Tulare) (New)
Schmuhl, Kristina (Sonoma County) (New)
Smith, Jillian (Yosemite Valley) (2015-NFT)(2013)
Sparks, Laura (Kings County) (New)
Tran, Amy (Fountain Valley) (New)
Trinh, Elizabeth (Redwood City) (New)
Vasquez, Alyssa (Napa County) (New)
Vincenzi, Elyse (San Francisco) (2016)
Votino, Victoria (Santa Clara) (New)
Wayland, Katie (City of Orange) (2016-1st R/U)(2014-NFT Award)(2013-NFT Award)(2012 Top 10)

HEADSHOTS: https://www.misscalifornia.org/2017-season/2017-miss-california-contestants/

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Subject: Miss Virginia Contestants

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Date Posted: 16:08:43 06/19/17 Mon

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Subject: List of 2017 Miss Maine Contestants and Miss Maine's Outstanding Teen Contestants

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Date Posted: 20:18:26 06/08/17 Thu

--Miss Maine Contestants--

Yasmine Brown
Katie Elliott (OT 2012)
Sabrina Gauthier
Arianna Nelson
Emily Richmond
Rachel Rivera
Katherine Rushlau (ME Sweetheart 2014)


--Miss Maine's Outstanding Teen Contestants--

Natasha Babb
Briley Bell
Sameena Flinner
Paige Lessard

TEEN HEADSHOTS--http://missmaine.org/2017-miss-maines-outstanding-teen-contestants/

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Subject: FL Contestants

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Date Posted: 16:17:54 06/19/17 Mon

Albritton, Casey-Ocala (New)
Almeida, Stephanie-Miami (2016 Top 11)
Ball, Danielle-South Florida (2016)
Bayuk, Jessica-University of Miami (New)
Bettis, Lyndsey-St. Augustine (2016-1st R/U, Prelim SS Award)
Boykin, Morgan-Osceola (2016)
Butler, Olivia-Tampa (2016-Top 11,Prelim Talent Award)
Campbell, Anne-Marie-Palm Beach County (New)
Caputo, Olivia-Pasco County (New)
Cosme, Lilliane-Miami-Dade (New)
Cook, Mariluz-Boca Raton (New)
Cunnane, Abigail-Central Florida (2016) (2015) (2014)
Daniel, Madison-University of Central Florida (New)
Dennis, Kyndle-Apopka (2015)
Ferguson Jenai-University of Florida (2016)
Fiss, Olivia-St. Petersburg (New)
Genovese, Ariana-Ponte Vedra (New)
George, Lexie-Daytona Beach (2016)
Goldman, Cassidy-Jacksonville (New)
Graham, Courtney-Gainesville (New)
Gray, Gina Cidnee-Broward County (New)
Hargrave, Jessica-Manatee River (2016)
Harrison, Kelsey-Florida Azalea (New)
Hyatt, Samantha-DeSoto Heritage (2016)
Knapp, Justine-Ft. Lauderdale (New)
Leverette, Kalea-River City (New)
Lusnia, Anastasia-Kissimmee (New)
Manning, Aaliyah-Pasco County Fair (New)
Nathe, Courtney-Largo (2015)
Neilson, Lauren-Orange County (2016)(2015)(2014)
Nobles, Autumn-Florida Everglades (New)
Parnell, Chandler-City Beautiful (New)
Price, Megan-South Florida Fair (2016)
Ruffa, Ginelle-Miami Beach (New)
Ruiz, Crystal (2016) (2015) (2014)
Sartain, Katy-Orlando (2016, MAO Community Svc Award, Prelim Interview Award, STEM Scholarship)(2015,Prelim Interview Award)(2014-QoL Winner)
Savage, Kelly-Winter Park (2016-Leadership Award)(2012)
Shoopman, Amanda-Homestead (New)
Singh, Ritika-Gold Coast (New)
Smith, Rachel-Imperial Polk (2016) (2013)
Stivers, Elizabeth-Pinellas Co (New)
Todd, Paige-Citrus (New)
Vargas, Kaitlyn-Florida International Univ (New)
Waiters, Jercoiya-Manatee (2016)(2015-NFT Award)
Wronka, Katarina-Suncoast (New)
Zeng, Sara-Heart of Florida (2016 Top11, Prelim Talent) (2015 NFT)

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Subject: WV Contestants

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Date Posted: 15:57:12 06/19/17 Mon


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Subject: MA Contestants

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Date Posted: 04:14:57 10/13/16 Thu

Achorn, Sara (Plymouth County) (New)
Banks, Renee (Fall River) (2016-Top 11)(2015-Judges Newbie Interview Award)
Brazao, Gina (South Shore) (2016-Top 11)(2015)(2014)
Caron, Molly (Middleboro) (2016)(2015)(2013-Community Service Award)
Churchill, Brittany (Taunton) (New) (2013-DYW of MA)
Clark, Olivia (Western Massachusetts) (New)
Foley, Summer (Brookline) (FL-2015-Top 15)
Iskander, Sherene (Cranberry Country) (New)
Klemmer, June (Bay State) (2016)
Littlefield, Lyndsey (South Coast) (2016)(2015)
Marques, Olivia (New Bedford) (New)
McGraw, Samantha (Collegiate Area) (2016)(2015)
Przybysz, Aubrie (Lakeville) (2016-Prelim SS)(2015-Top 10)(2014-NFT Winner)(2013-CT NFSS Winner)
Riley, Kensi (Greater Worcester) (2015)
Rubadeau, Meghan (Central Massachusetts) (2016)
Sardano, Chrissy (Commonwealth) (New)
Starnes, MacKenzie (Blackstone Valley) (New)
Taveras, Gabriela (Boston) (New)
Thomas, Emily (Cambridge) (2016)(2012-DYW of MA)
Vuong, Chelsea (Middlesex County) (New)
Zucco, Jillian (Bristol County) (2016-1st R/U, Prelim SS Award)(2015-1st R/U, Prelim SS Award)(2014-Top 11, Miracle Maker Award, Community Service Award)(2013-Semi-Finalist)

Headshots: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MissMassMAO/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10155287327130349

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Subject: Venus Ramey, Miss America 1944, passed away on Saturday.

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Date Posted: 01:14:58 06/19/17 Mon

I stumbled across this while looking for Saturday pageant results: http://www.kentucky.com/news/state/article156862869.html She lived quite a life. She definitely left a legacy wherever she went.

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Subject: OR Contestants

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Date Posted: 02:17:51 02/28/17 Tue

Amber, Alyx (Portland) (2016-Top 11)(2015-Top 10, Prelim SS Award Tie)(2012-Semi-Finalist)
Bruer, Mikaela (Marion-Polk County) (New) (2016-OR Teen USA)
Crutchfield, Brittany (Coos County) (New)
Emery, Harley (Lane County) (2015-3rd R/U, Prelim Talent Award Tie)(OR OT - 2013)
Foley, Shelby (Klamath County) (New)
Garhofer, Hannah (Clatsop County) (2015)
Kadam, Shivali (Washington County) (2016)
Magee, Stephanie (Willamette Valley) (New)
Noyed, Katie (Mt. Hood) (2016-Top 12,Prelim SS Award)(2015-Top 11,Prelim SS Award)
Patterson, Hannah (City of Bridges) (2016-Prelim Talent Award)
Pearcy, Hannah (Southern Jewel) (2016 finalist-Prelim Talent Award)
Pilant, Bailey (Capital City) (2016)(2015-Top 11)
Sheldon, Rose (Jackson County) (New)
Smith, Cassidy (Douglas County) (2015-Top 11)
Smith, Kylie (Rogue Valley) (New)
Smith, Rylee (City of Sunshine) (New)
Sparks, Claire (Three Rivers) (New)
Spitzer, Zoe (Linn-Benton) (New)
Tripp, Kaila (Southern Gem) (2015)
Warren, Raechel (Cascade) (2016-3rd R/U,Prelim Talent Award)

Headshots (no names listed): http://www.missoregon.org/contestants-page/

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Subject: OSQ: Which questions were asked at your state pageant?

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Date Posted: 01:56:24 06/18/17 Sun

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Date Posted: 19:34:45 06/18/17 Sun

Can anyone tell me who were the non-finalists talent winners in 1988 (Gretchen Carlsson's year)?

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Subject: For those who missed it....

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Date Posted: 12:19:09 06/18/17 Sun


Darynne Dahlem (1st RU)
If you could start a business with a mission, what would it be and how would it create positive change?
“Animals have always been my passion. As an animal science major, I hope to one day open up a shelter that will offer free and reduced spays, neuterings, and vaccinations to homeless people that can’t otherwise afford it. Animal husbandry is something that in Arkansas, is lacking. We don’t have the agricultural money and unfortunately we do have a part of poverty that doesn’t reach to large animals. So being able to help animals in the state of Arkansas….and as Miss Arkansas being able to promote, that, that , that knowledge….to be able to say we don’t have to have an ethnocentric lifestyle here. Agriculture is something that is important in Arkansas and should be important across the state….
So, whether I am offering a business that offers free and reduced vaccinations to large or small animals, that’s how I plan on making a difference. And I could do that by promoting it through education by being Miss Arkansas.”

Ashley Ehrhart (2nd RU)
What non-profit are you passionate about and how would you raise awareness in support of it?
“With my platform dealing with depression, “Defeating Depression, Promotion of a Healthy Mind,” something that I am very passionate about it is “Out of the Darkness”- it’s a nonprofit walk that benefits those who may suffer from depression or those who have had thoughts of suicide.
So, dealing with my depression and being one who as suffered from depression before, I have a tremendous heart to helping those struggling through the darkness, and letting them know there is a light at the end of the tunnel and they are not alone.”

Maggie Benton (Miss AR)
How has the media impacted your body image and what advice would you have to young women today?
“The media has absolutely had an impact on my body image and I think the body image of many of my friends. But having studied journalism and communications at the University of Arkansas, I was able to really study a couple of documentaries about media. And, upon doing so realized, um, that the media absolutely does make impressions on myself and others and I was able to point out what those were.
Um, and as Miss Arkansas, I have the opportunity to travel the state and talk about my platform “Giving as a Gift” where I can teach children that their super power is kindness and that they are superheroes. And I say that often about my platform and I plan to do that as Miss Arkansas about media and many other different subjects.”

Claudia Raffo (4th RU)
In addition to the breakfast, lunch, and after school feeding programs, what else can we do as a state to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry?
“At Arkansas State University, I am um in an organization that strongly emphasizes on childhood hunger.
And in that organization, we monthly and yearly go to the foodbank um and pack uh birthday items. And so on um a child’s birthday they are able to have a meal that they want to have and that they love to have, whether that is a cake or cupcakes, or anything really.
Um and so I think that’s a great way as Miss Arkansas that I can go into foodbanks and that I can go into these organizations that have these programs um and help kids on a special day like their birthday be able to have a birthday cake or a cupcake and a way to celebrate.”

Bailey Moses (3rd RU)
In what ways can our communities do more to support their (incarcerated women) reentry (into society)?
“As a foster care advocate, this happens way too often. We see women that are incarcerated and then they aren’t reunited with their families. And it’s a difficult process to be in incarcerated position and then to go out into the world and not even know what a grocery store looks like.
And so, what we can do as a community is we can educate our community on the problem that we are having. And as women, we can unite to take care of other women and give them the love and the care and the support that they need.”

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Subject: DC Updates?

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Date Posted: 15:44:47 06/18/17 Sun

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Subject: My Final Arkansas Top Ten

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Date Posted: 08:21:10 06/17/17 Sat

I sort of have this feeling Arkansas is going pack the top ten with the more talented girls this year since it will be televised. That has changed my top ten slightly. Sorry if I have misspelled.
Regan Wheelis- she was good on the piano and had a decent answer to her OSQ regarding arts in schools. She’s been consistent even though she hasn’t won any awards.

Ashley Ehrhart- Ashley will likely get the newcomer award. She’s been great in everything all week but, for me, her dance choreography was very teen. She could crack the top five but we shall see.

Ashton Yarborough- Ashton was Miss AR OT 2014 but I was expecting more from her. She was great in her OSQ on Thursday, taking her time, answering her question in a calm, collective way. Very well spoken. I wasn’t crazy about her gown and her talent was just okay. Interview will get her into the top ten but it wouldn’t surprise me if she just made the top 15.

Darynne Dahlem- You might recall that Darynne failed to make the top ten year ago but ended up winning Overall Interview. I think she will be in the top ten, maybe even the top five, but her talent presentation still needs some work. I am leaving her in the top ten because I think there will be others up there with far better talents. On a positive note, her swimsuit was wonderful this year.

Kelsey Stone- Kelsey is my pick to win Overall Talent. That’s the only reason I think she will make it. She’s been ho-hum in everything else all week. She may not make the cut at all.

Christian Weatherly- Christian’s been very good all week. Her talent, OSQ, and gown were good, for the most part, finishing the week with a swimsuit victory. Honestly, I will be surprised if she does not make it.

Brooke Cornelius- Brooke was 2nd RU last year. Right now, she’s in my top five but I don’t think she will finish that high this year. I liked her gown and, at the end of the day, her talent is still one of stronger ones whether you like her style of tap or not.

Claudia Raffo- My only concern with Raffo is her talent. There’s not much dance to it. It’s pretty, as is she, but major work would need to be done with talent if she were to win. I absolutely think she won gown her night, and if that’s true, then she would have won two prelims. Top five for sure, maybe even overall gown. Don’t see her winning the crown.

Bailey Moses- I like Bailey, as I have these last four years. I’m not saying it’s over for her but I don’t see her winning this year. She won swimsuit, and I think she will win overall, but there’s nothing new there. She did win talent even though I felt like there were better dances. Her speaking abilities concern me. I think she would make a wonderful Miss AR for the year but a preliminary swimsuit win at Miss America would likely be about it for her. To me, she still competes like she’s a teen. You may recall she was a runner-up more than once at Miss AR OT. In fact, her dance dates back to at least 2011. I think she’s still chasing the teen crown she never won and now it makes her come across as the high school cheerleader type. She needs a more age appropriate talent. Again, not saying it’s over for her, anything can happen but that’s how I see it right now.

Maggie Benton- Maggie’s been great all week. I didn’t think her talent was all that great, but no one’s (except for Stone) has been. She’s really gotten into incredible shape, which has also helped her confidence. She’s really been on fire all week and it looks like she’s having fun. When I compare her to Moses, Benton would need the least amount of work for Miss America. If she wins overall interview, it’s over! However, I don’t see her winning overall swimsuit or talent or gown, even if she won gown her night, which we don’t know. She’s a good looking girl overall, too and I like what she’s done with her hair this year. Also, ASU girls (like Moses and Raffo) don’t win Miss Arkansas. Even though ASU is located in Jonesboro, which is Maggie’s title, she actually attends the U of A in Fayetteville. Maggie was also Miss Heart of the Ozarks 2015 which meant she crowned Savvy as Miss Heart of the Ozarks 2016, and we all know how that ended. It would very appropriate, and weird, if Maggie were to represent AR at Miss America the year after Savvy did.

Those are my two cents. I must add the production this year, as usual, has been a hot mess. That’s Arkansas!

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Subject: Has MAO aka Sam taken over the Teen program or are the same folks who ran Teen still in charge??

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Date Posted: 13:12:37 06/17/17 Sat

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Subject: MISS OR OT

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Date Posted: 20:14:28 06/01/17 Thu

Here is a link to pictures of Miss OR Teen contestants (without names), but can't find out any information on who has competed before, awards received etc. Anybody have this information?


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Subject: Former State MAOTeen

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Date Posted: 01:06:27 06/18/17 Sun

The first member from the 2016 MAOTeen class will be competing in a 2018 state pageant! Tiara Pennington, Miss AL OT 2016 and Top 7(?) in Orlando, was crowned Miss Tennessee Valley 2018 tonight. Very excited to see her compete at Miss AL in a YEAR!

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Subject: Prelim Winners this Week (so far)

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Date Posted: 19:10:35 06/17/17 Sat

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Kelsey Stone, Miss Arkansas Tech University (vocal/piano, "Rise Up")
Maggie Benton, Miss Greater Jonesboro (vocal, "Music of the Night") and Emma Pitts, Miss Johnson Co. (vocal, "Gimme Gimme") (tie)
Bailey Moses, Miss Northeast Arkansas (dance, "Respect")

Bailey Moses, Miss Northeast Arkansas
Claudia Raffo, Miss White River
Maggie Benton, Miss Greater Jonesboro and Christian Weatherly, Miss Batesville (tie)

Rookie Talent:
Kelsey Stone, Miss Arkansas Tech University
Emma Pitts, Miss Johnson Co.
Ashley Ehrhart, Miss Arkansas Delta (jazz dance, "Mein Herr") and Tiffany Lee, Miss OBU (tap, "A Little Party") (tie)

Rookie Swimsuit:
Ashley Ehrhart, Miss Arkansas Delta
India Kuykendall, Miss Lights of the Delta and Hannah Oliver, Miss River Delta (tie)
Christian Weatherly, Miss Batesville


Alyssa Beasley, Miss Southeast Georgia (dance, "When Your Feet Don't Touch the Floor")
Chari Guzman, Miss Cobb County (vocal, "Proud Mary")
Brooke Doss, Miss Conyers Cherry Blossom (dance, "All That Jazz") and Michaela Heide (dance, "Carmen") (tie)

Hanna Holley, Miss UGA
Brooke Doss, Miss Conyers Cherry Blossom
Alyssa Beasley, Miss Southeast Georgia


Janna Harner, Miss Heartland (vocal, ???)
Amelia Mugavero, Miss Central Illinois (baton, ???)

Angelica Niemann, Miss Macomb
Stephanie Dearwester, Miss Quincy and Abby Foster, Miss East Central (tie)


Kaitlyn Schleis, Miss Cardinal (baton, "Explosive")
Haley Begay, Miss Metropolitan (vocal, "Hallelujah")
Caroline McKinney, Miss Wabash Valley (vocal/guitar, "The Way I Am")

Haley Begay, Miss Metropolitan
Justus Coleman, Miss Collegiate South
Grace Haase, Miss South Bend


Brooklynn Lambert, Miss Oakland Co. (dance, "Big Noise")
Vivian Zhong, Miss Lakeshore (piano, "Waltz in E Minor")

Katlynn Kennedy, Miss Greater Grand Rapids
Emma Martin, Miss Great Lakes


Brianna Drevlow, Miss North Star (piano, ???)
Krista Kronlokken, Miss Granite City (dance, ???)

Corrina Swiggum, Miss Great Lakes
Brianna Drevlow, Miss North Star


Katie Moeller, Miss Fleur de Lis (violin, "Csardas Gypsy Dance")
Carolyn Koepping, Miss Zona Rosa (baton, "You Can't Stop the Beat")

Rookie Talent:
Shelby Steingraeber, Miss River City (vocal/piano, "You Don't Know Me")
Alyssa Weissman, Miss Tri-Counties (piano, "Fantasie Impromptu")

Jennifer Davis, Miss Jackson
Katie Moeller, Miss Fleur de Lis


Alyssa Kessel
Maddie Murray

Evening Gown:
Maddie Murray
Jessica Criss

New Jersey

Krystle Tomlinson, Miss Coastal Shores (vocal, "Gold")
Olivia Michael, Miss Columbus Day (piano, ???) and Amanda Rae Ross, Miss Seashore Line (dance, ???) (tie)

Amanda Rae Ross, Miss Seashore Line
Kaitlyn Schoeffel, Miss Eastern Shore

New Mexico

Taylor Rey, Miss Las Cruces (vocal, "Art is Calling Me")
Brandi Blair, Miss Sacramento Mountains (vocal, "The Phantom of the Opera") and Ashley Fresquez, Miss Capital City (dance, ???)

Ashley Fresquez, Miss Capital City and Staesha Gentry, Miss Alamogordo (tie)
Taylor Rey, Miss Las Cruces


Caroline Grace Williams, Miss Oxford (vocal, "O Mio Babbino Caro")

Sarah Clapper, Miss Clayland (piano, ???)

Sarah Clapper, Miss Clayland
Paige Wiers, Miss North Coast


Kaitlyn Miller, Miss Midstate (tap, ???)
Sydne Lyons, Miss State Capitol (vocal, ???)

LeAnn Penn, Miss Moraine
Kaitlyn Miller, Miss Midstate and Francesca Ruscio, Miss Bucks County (tie)

South Dakota

Carrie Wintle, Miss Rushmore (piano, "The Final Countdown")
Isabel MacLachlan, Miss Rapid City (cello, ???)

Rachel Evangelisto, Miss Siouxland
Evy Johnson, Miss Missouri Valley


Meganne Ferrel, Miss South Jordan (violin, "Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5")
Lizzy Palmatier, Miss Nebo (violin, "Hot Canary")
JessiKate Riley, Miss Panoramaland (violin, "Praeludium and Allegro")

Jesse Craig, Miss Greater Salt Lake
Madison Monson, Miss Provo
Shakelle Valdez, Miss Pioneer Valley


Gina Miliacca, Miss Great Lakes (baton, "Don't Rain on My Parade")
Catherine Smith, Miss Lakeshore (classical vocal, "Donde Lieta Usci")

Erin O'Brien, Miss Onalaska
April Haldeman, Miss Northern Lights

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Subject: Top five

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Date Posted: 14:40:28 06/17/17 Sat

For the top 5, are the questions now required to be current event related since it's 20% of their scores?

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Subject: How do you win with an average talent?

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Date Posted: 15:27:43 06/17/17 Sat

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Subject: Scoring on Finals Night

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Date Posted: 20:06:27 06/16/17 Fri

What are the scoring percentages for Finals at State?

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Subject: RTMA Results: Week 4

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Date Posted: 14:36:11 06/16/17 Fri

Thanks so much for your patience! As many pageants as there were this past week, I know there are even more this weekend(!)

Just a reminder—I decided since I had started this way, that if you pick the winner before prelims you get 10 bonus points; pick the 1st or 2nd RU before prelims, you get 5 bonus points.

If I made an error in scoring, please let me know. Don’t start a whole dissertation on the messageboard about it or analyze other scores, because that’s just crappy. I do this in my (very little) spare time, so criticizing me doesn’t motivate me to continue doing it.

While many folks picked the winner of certain pageants—Alabama, Alaska, Hawaii, Nebraska, North Dakota—only a handful picked the winner in Idaho and Kansas, and only one person picked the winner in Oklahoma, and before prelims!!

Best of luck this weekend!

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MA Fan

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Button pusher

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Mama Mia

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B of the South

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Miss Patriot
Pageant Doctor
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Henley 823

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Subject: Maine Pageant

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Date Posted: 16:59:10 06/16/17 Fri

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Subject: Am I the only one who doesn't like the Teen pageant held at the same time of the Miss pageant?

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Date Posted: 00:12:37 06/14/17 Wed

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Subject: Observations: 1. No one should rest on laurels from past performances because you were 1st RU last year. 2. Different judges, different outcome. I read something a current contestant wrote- "I'm a Hershey bar and they are craving a Snickers". 3. Despite final ballot being gone, I do believe points will be enhanced if you charm the judges in interview. I'm not suggesting a 4 talent will be given a 9, but I do think the pageant is won in interview. 4. Savvy mentioned once to a group of state contestants to be so prepped and ready you just need to "press play". Wise words. If you think you're going to figure out your choreography or blocking at state, you are not ready. Ditto for wardrobe. I love a committee that has a wardrobe showing a week or so before, so tweaking can be made and things are then perfected. 5. You're going to be stressed. How you deal with stress shows the state pageant board how well you could handle the job of Miss State. It's not easy. No one suggests it is.

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Date Posted: 09:36:48 06/14/17 Wed

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Subject: The local season starts anew....

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Date Posted: 19:23:00 06/11/17 Sun

In the next four weeks, nine local titles in Alabama and seven in Oklahoma will be contested (two in Alabama next weekend!) The women who won these early titles last year include the new state titleholders Jessica Proctor and Triana Browne and last night’s finalists Bailey Kennon, Kayla Repasky, Chandler Hardy, Molly Patterson, Julianne Thomison and Ashten Vincent. This strikes me and I’m curious. Is pursuing such titles a typical strategy for successful contenders? Do you even unpack your bags from the state competition? Do you wear the same wardrobe and perform the same talent you did at the state competition? Do you change your makeup or hairstyle? Are you dealing with fatigue or a letdown from the state competition? Is this a more successful strategy than catching your breath, making changes and catching up with the rest of your life by entering your first local a couple of months later? I find it interesting some women are preparing for their state titles at the same time others are starting the seasonal cycle all over again.

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Subject: What state pageants are on tv this year?

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Date Posted: 21:38:56 04/15/17 Sat

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Subject: Please list links to your state's pageant webcast.

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Date Posted: 18:59:52 05/20/17 Sat

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Subject: We are about to run some mock interviews/prep for Miss State. With all that's going on in our world, on stage questions will be interesting this year! Thoughts on what good questions may be?

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Date Posted: 12:44:13 06/04/17 Sun

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Subject: Current Event questions....NEED HELP!!

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Date Posted: 13:02:01 06/08/17 Thu

So, I have been drilling myself daily on current events to stay on top of issues, policies and political news, but my biggest fear is that I will g et asked a current event question that I just didn't know about. Aside today's Comey testimony...what are some important current event questions you feel might be asked? any help would be soooo appreciated.

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Subject: Miss WA Contestants arrive for Spring Forum!

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Date Posted: 18:12:37 05/05/17 Fri

Back Row: Abby Kondel, Tayler Plunkett, Gabby Sturgill, JJ Brown, Miss WA Alicia Cooper, Sponsor Rep, Nicole Renard, Jessica Linde, Brielle Tuohy, MaKenzie Moody
Front Row: Cora Van Lith, Danamarie McNicholl-Carter, Anikka Abbott, Ashlee Karras, Heather Haggin, Isabell Murray, Reagan Rebstock, McKenzie Brooks, Ariana Barre, Taryn Smith, Kalina Springer

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Subject: History of Judges questions

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Date Posted: 07:43:48 03/30/17 Thu

We are still searching for the names of judges from the following years: (September) 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981.
Also the Preliminary Judges from 1988.

We are still trying to find out if there were 2 sets of judges (one set for preliminary and one set for finals) or just one set of judges for the following years: 2000, January 2007, January 2008,(January2013, September 2014.

We do know that there were 2 sets of judges 1988 thru 1999, 1 set 2001 thru 2004, no pageant in 2005, 2 sets in 2006, 1 set 2009 thru 2002.

If anyone collects programbooks the information may be there.

ANY help is GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.

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