Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing tons of Miss New Hampshire news. There are lots of ways to get involved:
- Attend the Miss New Hampshire Ball on April 25th at 6p at the Lake Opechee Inn and Spa (tickets are $45 per person)
- Come to the Miss New Hampshire Preliminary Competition at Pinkerton Academy on Thursday, April 30th & Friday, May 1st (tickets are $10 per show)
- See Miss New Hampshire 2015 Crowned at the Final Competition at Pinkerton Academy on Saturday, May 2nd (tickets range from $35 to $50)
- Invest in advertising in the Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program Competition Program Book (prices range from $35 for a business card size ad to $300 for a full page ad)
- If you are feeling lucky, purchase a Miss NH Ball Raffle Calendar. A $10 donation might win you 30 days of cash and prizes totaling $1,000. If your name is selected as a prize winner, it goes back in for the remaining daily drawings. Check out these fabulous prizes!
Please email me at BeAwesomeKat@gmail.com for more information.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Strength To Love, 1963
I truly believe that love wins. I serve with the You Can Play Team to ensure a legacy of equality, inclusion, and mutual respect for all. I believe there is strength and beauty in diversity.
It was an honor to return to Oxford this fall for a presentation by You Can Play’s Wade Davis and USA Today’s Christine Brennan. You Can Play was started at Miami University to launch a national conversation with the hope of changing hearts and minds.
Wade is a former NFL athlete, a brilliant speaker, and the Executive Director of You Can Play. You Can Play has been adopted by the NHL, MLS, CFL, the America East Conference, the North Atlantic Conference, and NCAA student-athletes across the United States. To learn more about the You Can Play Project, please visit http://youcanplayteam.org/
Every figure skater lives for Christine Brennan’s rinkside reporting. She is a columnist, best-selling author, television sports analyst, and the most widely read female sportswriter in the nation. Brennan’s writing, often addressing controversial issues in sports, is widely read and respected, and she has won numerous awards and recognition as a journalist including the Women’s Sports Foundation’s journalism award four times.
Love changes everything. I hope today and everyday, you will celebrate the greatness that lies within each one of us. Everyone matters.
“The time is always right to do what’s right.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev and the entire Miss America organization will create a national focus on community service for a new volunteer service project, “Miss America Serves” on April 18, 2015.
Last September in Atlantic City, Mary Haskell and the Miss America national contestants volunteered at the AC Rescue Mission working the prep and service lines in the kitchen, meeting with mothers and children living at the Family Life Center and assisting with the replenishment of the food pantry. This event helped serve as the inspiration for the Miss America Organization to create a national effort for each contestant to show their spirit of commitment and community service in their home state on one designated day each year.
The national day of service will bring together Miss America volunteers, with all 53 state chapters working on a national project that will address critical needs in their communities. With Miss America’s long history of service, each of the state contestants will continue this great tradition as they support Miss America Serves.
“Service and community awareness are vital components of our organization. Having our contestants join in the remarkable work being done during the national competition last September put Miss America’s mission and purpose into perspective,” said Sam Haskell, Miss America’s CEO and Chairman of the Board. “We hope to continue to give our young women the opportunity to create a legacy of service and support, and we anticipate that this commitment to volunteerism will inspire others to find ways to seek out service in their own communities.”
Stay tuned to see what the Miss New Hampshire Organization will be doing on April 18th!
Come have tea with Miss NH’s Outstanding Teen 2014 Caroline Carter and Miss NH 2014 Megan Cooley
At the Miss New Hampshire Outstanding Teen Tea Party
January 11, 2015 from 1PM to 3PM
Pelham Memorial School
59 Marsh Road
Pelham, NH 03076
Tickets are $10.00 each or $15.00 at the door
Please make checks payable to the Miss NH Scholarship Program
Email me at BeAwesomeKat@gmail.com if you need a ticket!