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Subject: Miss Nevada Contestants


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Date Posted: 18:08:56 02/11/15 Wed

Miss Carson City - 3/7/15
Miss Douglas County - 3/7/15
Miss Downtown Las Vegas - Paige Melanson (New)
Miss Elko County - 3/7/15
Miss Northeast Nevada - 3/7/15
Northern Open - 3/14/15
Miss Reno - Haley Passione (New)
Silver State Open - 3/21/15
Miss Sparks - Nasya Mancini (New)
Miss Summerlin - Katherine Kelley (New)
Miss Washoe County - Suthida "Bo" Khongkhatitham (2013)

Sweeper - 3/28/15

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Subject: Question: would you want a Miss State crowned who was after the "job" and compete exceptionally hard at Miss America but may or may not make the cut but would be an amazing Miss State, many many appearances, brings in many new sponsors, is social media savvy, is well liked by contestants and increase the contestant numbers for the following year, or would you rather crown a contestant who is simply out for he "crown" and would almost certainly make the cut at Miss America but would not make many appearances once back home and would be a weak Miss State, not popular with other contestants and numbers would lag the following year, sponsorships would not increase and might in fact drop off? This is theoretical. But it could happen in any state. Many girls only want a trip to Miss America and not the job of Miss State afterwards. But there are duties and responsibilities afterwards and we have seen young ladies crowned that just don't show up as we say after the big dance is over.


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Date Posted: 07:06:54 02/09/15 Mon


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Subject: Good Luck to Miss New Hampshire's Outstanding Teen Contestants


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Date Posted: 16:10:14 02/12/15 Thu

http://www.missnh.com/Outstanding-Teen/Competition/local-titleholders.aspx


The Annual Miss New Hampshire's Outstanding Teen Competition is scheduled for February 13-15, 2015 at Pinkerton Academy's Stockbridge Theatre.

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Subject: Unusual Talents at Miss America Pageant


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Date Posted: 11:05:18 12/29/14 Mon

1938 - Toe tap dancing on ballet toe shoes (Mildred Oxford, Miss Birmingham, Alabama)
1941 – Tap dancing while jumping rope (Virginia MacGraw, Birmingham Alabama)
1943 – Ice skating (Joan Hyldoft, Cincinatti, Ohio)
1947 – Film of diving (Wanda Law, Arizona)
1947 – Magic act (Eula McGehee, Florida)
1949 – Horseback riding live (Carol Fraser, Montana)
1949 – Electric guitar (Miriam Lapayowker, Philadelphia)
1950 – East Indian Nautch Dance (Joanne Hinand, Utah)
1951 – Marionettes (Carol Mitchell, Indiana)
1951 – Water Skiing filmed (Colleen Gallant, New Hampshire)
1951 – Dance to “Louisiana Swampland”(Jeanne Thompson, Louisiana)
1951 – Bassoon (Carol Romann, Missouri)
1952 – Fire Baton Twirling & Clarinet (Carol Koontz, Ohio)
1953 – Apache dance to “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue”(Marjorie Simmons, Florida)
1954 – Ventriliquism & piano (Marilyn Tate, Alabama)
1954 – Charcoal sketching of the Statue of Liberty (Julie Brueing, Virginia)
1955 – Display of originally made patio furniture (Ann Campbell, Oklahoma)
1955 – The famous demonstration “How to Pack a Suitcase”(Carol Jennette, Maryland)
1955 – Synchronized swimming filmed (Sharon Knickmyer, Missouri)
1955 – Rodeo horseback riding filmed (June Prichard, Texas)
1955 – Toe tap dancing on ballet toe shoes (Margaret Walls, Wisconsin)
1957 – Trampoline & tumbling to “Third Man Theme” (Amanda Whitman, Tennessee)
1958 – Archery (Jeannette Ardell, Georgia)
1958 – Pantomime dance as Tweedle Dee (Sandra Smith, Kentucky)
1959 – Interpretive dance of rejected love (Patricia Allebrand, Arizona)
1959 – Speech and display of fashions with tractor driving (Diana Klug, Connecticut)
1959 – Archery (Ann Marton, Michigan)
1959 – Piano with impersonation of Victor Borge (Brenda Naatz, Vermont)
1960 – Dance to “I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sisiter Kate” (Edith Browning, South Carolina)
1961 – Oration in Native American sign language of “Lord’s Prayer”(Dana Reno, Oklahoma)
1961 – Ventriliquism & organ “This Can’t Be Love”(Cheryl Hirst, Rhode Island)
1962 – Singing and dancing as Olive Oyl (Charlotte Carroll, Mississippi)
1963 – Siamese dance (Judith Schliper, Illinois)
1963 – Ukelele (Jeanne Swanner, North Carolina)
1967 – Ice skating to “Swan Lake””Shadow of Your Smile” (Mary Hagland, Indiana)
1968 – Trampoline to “Blue Danube” (Judith Ford, Illinois)
1969 – Trap drums playing “Caravan”(Dana Dowell, Texas)
1970 – Unparallel bars to “Contessa”(Margaret Walker, Pennsylvania)
1971 –Flamenco dance (Priscilla Doyle, Connecticut)
1971- ventriloquism impersonating Ethel Merman, Carol Channing, Dean Martin (Cynthia Cook, Georgia)
1971 – ventriloquism singing “Toyland” (Sandy Rings, Kansas)
1971 – Umparallel bars (Sue Glover, Vermont)
1972 – Tap dancing to “Yankee Doodle Dandy” while hanging upside-down (Wren Prather, New Mexico)
1973 – acrobatics & balance beam (Becky Hume, Arkansas)
1973 – Roller skating to “Black Swan” (Ellen Meade, Pennsylvania)
1973 – Tympani (Kristi Reindl, Maryland)
1975 – Trampoline (Jean Waters, Illinois)
1975 – Sing & trumpet “I Can See Clearly Now”(Marcha Griffiths, Kentucky)
1977 – Nose flute & hula dance (Libby Lee, Hawaii)
1977 – Knife twirling “Gonna Fly Now” (Donna Silvestri, Maryland)
1978 – Eastern “belly” dancing (Sher Patrick, Ohio)
1979 – Magic act (Ann Harrington, Delaware)
1981 – Ice skating to “Mozart’s Concerto 21 in C Minor” (Jill Rankin, South Carolina)
1981 – Ventriliquism as Laverne & Shirley (Angelina Johnson, Tennessee)
1982 – Rifle twirling (Laura Matthys, Oregon)
1984 – Interpretive dance on 12 foot ladder (Desiree Keating, DC)
1985 – Karata kata (Alecia Masalkoski, Michigan)
1986 – Stand up comedy (Mignon Merchant, Oklahoma)
1987 – Stand up comedy (Simone Stephens, California)
1987 – Drums (Susan Bora, Vermont)
1988 – Mideastern dance balancing a sword on her head(Mikka Darby, Kentucky)
1988 – Oboe (Krista Blomgren, Michigan)
1988 – Contortian dance balancing a glass of water on her head (Jodi Miller, Nebraska)
1989 – Roller skating to “Amazing Grace” (Tammy Kettunan, Arizona)
1990 – Magic act (Beth Howell, Mississippi)
1991 – Bongo, Conga drum, timbales “Bongo Rock”(Ronnetta Hatcher, South Carolina)
1992 – Coronet (Stephanie Klett, Wisconsin)
2002 – Tae kwan do (Heather Rathbone, Montana)
2003 – Hip Hop dance “Save Tonight” (Amber Shipman, Montana)
2007 – Steel pan & vocal (Stacy Smith, Virgin Islands)
2007 – Aerial silk routine to “Defying Gravity” (Jenileigh Sawatske, Wyoming)
2012 – Rope jumping (Lauren Cheape, Hawaii)
2013 – Roller skating to “Smooth Criminal” (Allyn Rose, DC)
2013b – Bollywood dance (Bindhu Pamarthi, DC)
2013b – Bollywood dance (Nina Davulari, New York)

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Subject: Miss Wyoming


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Date Posted: 07:58:23 02/05/15 Thu

Miss Carbon County Scholarship Pageant
Saturday, February 7 at 3:00pm in MST

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Subject: KA concepts is the crown sponsor, Sash Company is the official sash but is their a official trophy sponsor? Were looking to offer trophy's or plaques at a local pageant


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Date Posted: 15:59:11 11/30/14 Sun


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Subject: Where can I purchase a crown pin for a local titleholder? Thanks!


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Date Posted: 09:32:56 02/13/15 Fri


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Subject: A little off subject - but a Question


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Date Posted: 11:18:35 01/22/15 Thu

Can someone explain the Miss Majorette of America and the College Miss Majorette.

Does Miss Majorette have winners from each state competing?
Does College Miss Majorette winners from colleges?
Or do they have preliminary (state, regional or college) at all or "candidates at large"?

Are both titles competed at the same time? And are both final competitions at Notre Dame?

Several state & local MAO winners have been M.J.A. and C.M.M. - do local MAO's actively invite Majorette contestants to compete for MAO?

Thank you.

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Subject: Question about Road to Miss America


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Date Posted: 13:13:10 02/11/15 Wed

So now that some of the state pageants are wrapping up, I'll be launching another year of the Road to Miss America contest.

For those of you who participated last year, I had a question. As you'll recall, the deadline to make your prediction was usually the morning of the final night of each state pageant. Did this take the fun out of predictions? Would it be more fun for everyone to get their guesses in before prelims start?

Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks!!

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