High school applicants needed Colorado pageant The Miss Colorado High School America Pageant is seeking Englewood applicants to represent their local …
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High school applicants needed Colorado pageant
The Miss Colorado High School America Pageant is seeking
Englewood applicants to represent their local high school. Once
selected, contestants will advance to the 2009 Miss Colorado High
School America pageant, which is Jan. 9, 2010, at the Roberta Price
Civic Auditorium in Loveland. Contestants will compete to win a
prize package valued at more than $3,000 and includes a college
scholarship, a trip to the national Miss High School America
Pageant and more.
The Miss High School America Pageant exists for the purpose of
providing personal and professional opportunities for young women
in high school. This is a scholarship pageant that helps young
women achieve their goals, while providing a forum for personal
Applicants must be in ninth through 12th grades. No performing
talent or swimsuit competition are required. For information, or
for a free official application, call Sheree Channel, Colorado’s
state director, at 970-674-0024 or visit www.misscoloradohighschoolamerica.com.
League of Junior Cotillions starts local chapters
The National League of Junior Cotillions, a program of
etiquette, character education, and social dance training for
middle and junior high school students, has announced plans to
establish its national program in Douglas and Arapahoe
The purpose of the NLJC program is to give students instruction
and practice in the courtesies that make life more pleasant for
them and those around them. Students actively learn courtesies
through a creative method employing role playing, skits, and
Standard ballroom and line dancing is taught using nationally
approved top 40 music.
In addition to the usual courtesies connected with dancing and
etiquette, character instruction is also provided regarding the
following: honor, respect, ethics, sportsmanship, acknowledgments
of gifts, behavior at cultural and civic events, correspondence,
inter-action in groups, introductions, paying and receiving
compliments, receiving lines, table manners, instructional dinners,
electronic etiquette, cell phone courtesy, and many other areas of
Applications or nominations for a cotillion director are
currently being received. For additional information call
800-633-7947, visit www.nljc.com,
or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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