28 women competed for the Miss Orlando, Miss Orange County and Miss Orlando’s Outstanding Teen titles
Orlando, FL, February 06 –(PR.com)– Twenty-eight beautiful, intelligent and talented young women competed for the titles of Miss Orlando, Miss Orange County and Miss Orlando’s Outstanding Teen 2011. They competed for more than $26,000 in scholarships and $20,000 in prizes. Three of those amazing young woman walked away with more than $17,000 in scholarships and the coveted crowns. Miss Orlando 2011, Ashley Ramsey, a student at USF, was awarded an $8,000 scholarship and won Overall Talent, Overall Swimsuit and was recognized for her exemplary contribution in the area of community service and was awarded the Gracia B. Livingston Community Service Award and a $2,500 scholarship. Ashley won a total of $10,500 in education scholarships.
BrittanyHagan won the title of Miss Orange County and $3,500 in scholarships and was theOverall Interview winner. Sixteen year old high school student, Elizabeth Fechtel was crowned Miss Orlando’s Outstanding Teen and received a $2,500 scholarship. She was also awarded a $1,000 scholarship and the Mary B. Wheaton Pageantry award and was the teen Overall Interview Winner. All three ladies will represent our beautiful city at the Miss Florida pageant on July 9th in St. Petersburg, Florida. Their triumphant walk across the stage was just the beginning of a journey that will take them to every corner of the state during their year of service.
They will make dozens of appearances throughout their year representing our beautiful city, their individual platforms and the Children’s Miracle Network. Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals, is the national platform partner of the Miss America Organization. In addition, Miss Orlando 2011 will be the official spokesperson for Coconut Clean Natural Bath Products, who will provide Ashley with a year supply of their products.
As the world’s largest provider of scholarship assistance for young women and one of the nation’s leading achievement programs, the Miss America Organization last year made available more than $45 million in cash and scholarship assistance. The Miss America Organization provides young women with a vehicle to further their personal and professional goals and instills a spirit of community service through a variety of nationwide community-based programs. Additional information about the Miss Orlando Scholarship Organization can be found at www.gotcrown.org. To download photos of tonight’s crowning moment, go to www.gotcrown.org
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