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Mid Atlantic States Crown High School & Collegiate America Pageant Titleholders

Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware & New Jersey High School & Collegiate America Pageants Crown 2012 Titleholders

 
PRLog - Aug. 22, 2011 - LAUREL, Md. -- Laurel, MD – On Saturday, August 13, the Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey High School & Collegiate America Organization crowned eight new 2012 queens.  The pageant system, which is the official state preliminaries to the national Miss High School America & Miss Collegiate pageants, also held a fundraiser to benefit the national organization’s charity of choice - “Operation Smile”.   Six of the winners crowned at the state level will go on to compete in the national pageants in March 2012 in San Antonio, Texas, the junior high titleholders will reign within their respective state only.

The new queens are:  Miss Delaware Junior High America – Bianca Moore (Miss DuPont Middle School), Miss Delaware High School America – Kaitlin Reppella (Miss William Penn High School), Miss Maryland Collegiate America – Jordyn Goddard (Miss College Park), Miss New Jersey High School America – Rebecca Furman (Miss Oak Ridge), Miss Pennsylvania Junior High America – Chandler Swift (Miss South Brandywine Middle School), Miss Pennsylvania High School America – Camille Schrier (Miss Newton), Miss Pennsylvania Collegiate America – Amber Smith (Miss St. Francis University).  

Tracey Jamison, director of the state pageants says “I am quite pleased with the young ladies the judges chose to represent these states in March.  Throughout the weekend, the young ladies exhibited poise, charm and intelligence – everything this pageant system stands for.  I truly believe each of them had a chance to win the national title and the $10,000 scholarship prize.”

In addition to the opportunity to represent the state, winners will also receive a scholarship of up to $1000. Throughout the weekend’s competition, the delegates were scored in three categories - an individual interview with judges comprises 40% of the score, with the Evening Gown (40%) and fun fashion portions (20%) as the remaining categories scored to determine the winner

The Miss Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey High School & Collegiate America pageant is an official preliminary to the Miss High School & Collegiate America Pageant and is under the direction of Tracey Jamison. For additional information regarding the pageant or to request participation information, visit demdnjpahighandcollegiate.webs.com or contact the director at 410-409-5603. The Miss High School America & Collegiate Pageants competition exist for the purpose of providing personal and professional opportunities for high school girls. It is the goal to provide outstanding young ladies the opportunity to compete in a pageant system that has the highest of moral values.

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The Madison Donovan Group is a boutique firm that specializes in lifestyle management, marketing, public relations and event planning for pageant systems, executives, non-profits, small businesses.

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