Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Pageant 2011

The 2011 Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Pageant will be held on Aug 20, 2011 at the Linda Chapin Theatre, Orange County Convention Center Orlando, FL. Preliminaries are scheduled on Aug 16-18, 2011.

Lacey Russ, Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2010

Lacey Russ, Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2010


Each year, the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Organization hosts a national competition that encourages and rewards the talent, communication skills, community service, and academic achievements of girls between 13 and 17 years of age.

The Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Organization has also established community-based initiatives and mentoring programs aimed at helping our nation’s youth build character and gain the skills necessary for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adult volunteers, community and business leaders, as well as participants from the national competition, the Organization has been implementing programs aimed at helping young people develop strong values, leadership skills, social conscience, self worth and conviction about their own potential.

Funds raised by the Organization are being used to fund scholarships for deserving young women according to guidelines established by the Organization’s Board of Directors in accordance with Internal Revenue Service rules and regulations. Funds are also being used to establish and develop the Organization’s mentoring program and community-based initiatives.
On August 20th, 2011 the city of Orlando, FL will again host 53 of America’s best and brightest female teenagers as they disembark upon the City Beautiful Orange County Convention Center and Rosen Center Hotel for the Annual Miss America Outstanding Teen Competition. Check out the complete list of contestants for this year’s edition:
Alabama: Mi’a Callens;
Alaska: Hannah Rockwell;
Arizona: Marissa Mezzatesta;
Arkansas: Ashton Jo Campbell;
California: Jessa Carmack;
Colorado: Meredith Winnefeld;
Connecticut: Nicole Nemense
Delaware: Victoria Brown- O’Brien;
District of Columbia: Lauren Alexa Kekailani Seely
Florida: Elizabeth Fechtel
Georgia: Julia Martin
Hawaii: Briana Garrido
Idaho: Melanie Ross
Illinois: Summer Robbins
Indiana: Brianna DeCamp
Iowa: Francesca Lubecki-Wilde
Kansas: Caitlyn Webb
Kentucky: Erynn Landherr
Louisiana: Justine Ker
Maine: Alison Folsom
Maryland: Ally Soule
Massachusetts: Sydney Rachael Levin-Epstein
Michigan: Marissa Cowans
Minnesota: Alexis Houle
Mississippi: France Beard
Missouri: McKensie Garber
Montana: Jalyssa Gorder
Nebraska: Brooke Ludemann
Nevada: Bailey Gumm
New Hampshire: Lauren Percy
New Jersey: Natalie Ragazzo
New Mexico: Nicolette Noel Young
New York: Lauren Molella
North Carolina: McKenzie Faggart
North Dakota: Kylie Helm
Ohio: Kelsey Barrett
Oklahoma: Clytee Burchett
Oregon: Alexi Provost-Shean
Pennsylvania: Kaitlynne Kline
Puerto Rico: Aylin Mari Torres
Rhode Island: Ivy Shen
South Carolina: Caitlen Patton
South Dakota: Alexis Kosiak
Tennessee: Madison Snipes
Texas: Reilly Johannsen
Utah: Tiare Keeno
Vermont: Sophia Hadeka
Virgin Islands: Kaylah Galloway
Virginia: Dominick Fink
Washington: Nicole Renard
West Virginia: Isabel Raese
Wisconsin: Annie Jorgensen
Wyoming: Montana Sannes

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