Winner of Miss Germany 2010, Anne Julia Hagen, is going to Miss Earth and not Misses World nor Universe

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Miss Berlin Anne Julia Hagen was crowned Miss Germany 2010 last Saturday, February 13th at Europapark Rust. And she is going to Miss Earth 2010 and not Miss World as it used to be nor Miss Universe.


Before, the winner of this pageant was usually sent to Miss World until it stopped few years back. Luckily, the organizer was able to get the franchise of Miss Earth so the winner is going to Vietnam later this year to compete for the 10th edition of the eco-themed international grandslam pageant.

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Garelle Hudson to represent The Bahamas at Miss Galaxy International Pageant in Germany

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Freeport, Bahamas – Miss Garelle Hudson is set to leave for Germany on Monday, February 22nd and returns March 7th, 2010 to participate in the “Miss Galaxy International” pageant. The event is set to take place in the international hub of transit, architecture and finance of Europe: Frankfurt, Germany. It is expected to host 130 contestants from countries all over the world, making it the largest (quantity-wise) beauty pageant as documented by the Guinness Book of World Records. “My decision to enter this pageant was one that weighed heavily on my mind for the past six months or so. However it was imperative that I continue to strive to set a standard not only for myself, but also an example to girls who look up to me as a resource for inspiration. It is seldom that the average twenty-year old is able to support herself in such a …”

The full story can be read/found here

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Malika Ménard, Miss France 2010

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Malika Ménard, Miss France 2010

Malika Ménard from Normandy was crowned Miss France 2010 by outgoing titleholder Chloe Mortaud of Albigeois Midi-Pyrénées. the 63rd Miss France pageant was held in Nice, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur on December 5, 2009.

Malika Ménard is going to represent the country at Miss Universe 2010 in July 2010 and at Miss World 2010 in Nha Trang, Vietnam on November 2010. Runners-Up are going to represent the country in others pageants as Miss International 2010 and Miss Europe 2010.

Malika Ménard, Miss France 2010
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Schools shoudnever be without…

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No school should be without them — playgrounds, chalkboards, and the one thing that could save a student’s life in the event of a heart attack — a Defibrillator. In fact, two Arkansas students have already been saved with the help of and AED this year.

Take action and help put an AED in every Arkansas school!

Last year you helped us pass a law that requires an AED for every school. But because of funding issues not every school has one. Lawmakers have cut funding for this program but Governor Beebe still considers this issue a priority. We need to have every lawmaker consider funding AEDs in schools a priority.

By taking action today you will be doing two things. You will: 1. Ask your State Representative and State Senator to find funding for AEDs and 2. Thank Governor Beebe for remaining committed to this issue.

Defibrillators in Arkansas: no school should be without one.

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Lunch for Literacy

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Mrs. Idaho International Brandi Townsend attended the Lunch for Literacy in Boise to promote her platform Success by Six. She is pictured with the Director of the Learning Lab Makenzie Rodgers.

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Orientation/pageant has begun!

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The Virginia International pageant orientation has begun! Deshawn has chosen a GREAT judges panel! I’m so excited that this weekend is here….I can’t wait to share my story with the judges!

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Mercedes Marathon 2010

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I spent the morning of Valentine’s Day as “reigning royalty” at Birmingham’s prestigious Mercedes Marathon. I manned the coffee station of “The Royal Mile,” our company-sponsored mile. With snow still on the ground in places, we braved the cold temperatures to serve coffee and donuts as a record ten thousand runners whizzed by.
As the 23rd mile of the full marathon, it took some time to see the front runner. Coffee was really popular during the brisk morning hours, with both spectators and runners alike. Surprisingly, I served as many donuts to the runners as to the spectators!
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