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Miss New Hampshire Week kicks off with a tour of the New Hampshire State House, affectionately known as, “The people’s house.”  The tour starts in the Hall of Flags, featuring 107 battle flags for New Hampshire representing the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War.

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Our tour guide Pip is a former firefighter and current Granite State Ambassador.

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Miss New Hampshire added a Princess Program this year and it was awesome!  We had twenty-one princesses share the week with us.  I had so much fun with Princess Julia.

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I was so happy to be called into the Top Ten.

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Scott and Peter were incredibly supportive. I could hear them cheering in the audience.

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These notes mean everything to me.  I am so grateful for everyone’s love and support.  And the candygrams…I came home with a whole bag FULL of Kit Kats.  🙂

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