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Miss Clatsop County Scholarship Program set

The Daily Astorian

Published on March 3, 2017 12:01AM

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Kayla Worwood

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Anna Kaim

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Hannah Garhofer

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Hayliehe Bell

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Annabelle Long

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Lilly Boothe

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Kennedi Workman

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Annie Stafford

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Viola Soprano

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Peyton Sims

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Shelbylee Rhodes

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Nicole Ramsdell

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Libby Olsen

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Hallie Mossman

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Riley Mitchell

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SEASIDE — Fifteen young ladies are competing for three titles March 11 in the Miss Clatsop County Scholarship Program at the Seaside Convention Center. There are four contestants vying to become Miss Clatsop County 2017. For the teen title, Miss Clatsop County’s Outstanding Teen, there are 11 competing.

The Miss contestants are:

Anna Kaim, 18, of Seaside, attends Portland State University. Her platform is “Democracy Starts with You — Promoting Civic Engagement through Comprehensive Education,” and her talent is tap dance.

Hayliehe Bell, 18, of Seaside, attends Clatsop Community College. Her platform is “Sing to Feed,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Kayla Worwood, 20, of Astoria, is an Astoria High School graduate. Her platform is “Maintaining Music Education in Schools,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Hannah Garhofer, 20, of Seaside, attends Northwest Christian University. Her platform is “Live Your Dash — Leave Your Legacy,” and her talent is tap dance.

The contestants in the Teen category are:

Libby Olsen, 15, of Warrenton, attends Astoria High School. Her platform is “Shelter Animals Need Love Too!” and her talent is lyrical dance.

Annie Stafford, 16, of Seaside, attends Seaside High School. Her platform is “Every Child is an Artist,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Viola Soprano, 16, of Seaside, attends SHS. Her platform is “Jump for Heart,” and her talent is jumping rope.

Nicole Ramsdell, 15, of Astoria, attends AHS. Her platform is “Promoting School and Community Music Programs,” and her talent is playing guitar/vocal performance.

Riley Mitchell, 14, of Warrenton, attends Warrenton High School. Her platform is “Children’s Literacy,” and her talent is sign language.

Annabelle Long, 14, of Seaside, attends Broadway Middle School. Her plaform is “Clothes for Kids,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Shelbylee Rhodes, 16, of Warrenton, attends SHS. Her platform is “Hearing the Deaf Community,” and her talent is jazz dance.

Lilly Boothe, 14, of Clatskanie, attends Clatskanie Middle School. Her platform is “Recognizing Teen Depression,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Hallie Mossman, 15, of Warrenton, attends WHS. Her platform is “Saving and Promoting the Arts,” and her talent is playing the alto saxophone.

Peyton Sims, 14, of Gearhart, attends BMS. Her platform is “Breast Cancer Awareness,” and her talent is vocal performance.

Kennedi Workman, 15, of Scappoose, attends Scappoose High School. Her platform is “Teen Suicide Awareness,” and her talent is jazz dance.

A benefit dinner is being held at 6 p.m. March 10 in the Necanicum Room at the Seaside Convention Center. Tickets to the dinner are $50, if available, and include a $20 reserved ticket to the show Saturday night. For dinner tickets call Sandy Newman at 503-717-3501.

The program for March 11 features outgoing titleholders as well as Miss Oregon 2016, Alexis Mather of Astoria. The co-emcees for the evening are Miss Oregon 2007 Kari Virding Christianson and her husband, Eric.

The Miss Clatsop County Scholarship Pageant is the official preliminary competition of the Miss Oregon Scholarship Program, and is part of the Miss America Organization, a scholarship provider for women. The winners will go on to represent the county at the state pageant in June in Seaside.

A random draw by 2016 Miss Clatsop County’s Princess Alissa Betts Phillips and 2016 Miss North Coast’s Princess Savana Pedraza from 16 princesses will also take place, sending one girl to the Miss Oregon stage.

The Miss Clatsop County Scholarship Program is run solely by volunteers. To volunteer, call 503-717-3601.

General admission tickets are available at the door for $15, or online at Brown Paper Tickets for $12 plus a service fee at http://bit.ly/2mtKMHs prior to the event.





























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