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Website deed by Clover Creative Group. Originally published on Citizen. Megan Lyman, of Gilford, won the judges over with her tap-dancing routine. Megan's platform is "beating the odds against childhood diseases. She said Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek came to the door of her hospital room and told her to keep fighting and she did.
She said she has gone back to the hospital in the past to dance for children there. Megan will be a freshman this fall at New England College where she plans on studying to become Miss new hampshire 2009 elementary teacher. She said she didn't expect to win because it is her first "Miss Local" ant. Until now, she has only competed at the teen level where she was named Miss New Hampshire Outstanding Teen in She said she is particularly passionate about the subject because her grandmother had the disease and she lived with her over the course of 10 years.
She said that 1 in 11 people suffer from Alzheimer's, but a lot of people don't realize how hard the disease on the family members of the inflicted. She said she wants to educate people on the disease and how to deal with the memory loss while creating new ones. Jennifer is attending the University of New Hampshire in Durham and is planning on teaching English at the high school level. She also said she considers herself very lucky to have won a competition so early in the year. She is excited to have the extra time to prepare for the Miss New Hampshire competition.
Miss WinnipesaukeeKayla King, and Miss Weirs BeachAsheley Chaput, passed on their titles to the young women who were dressed in their finest evening wear. Both title holders helped coordinate the event and choreographed the opening in which all of the contestants participate. Kayla King also performed a song, while Asheley Chaput did a tap dance -- their Miss new hampshire 2009 titled performances.
Co-director Gary Vincent said he was excited to welcome the new winners, but sad to see the pervious winners go. Asheley and Kayla expressed similar mixed feelings about the ends of their reigns. Also in attendance was Miss New HampshireLindsey Graham, who came to support the girls as well as to perform a vocal selection.
The program has been in place sincewhich makes this year its 80th anniversary. It has been sponsored for the last 40 years by Funspot, where the winners volunteer their time for bingo nights. None of the final contestants left empty-handed. Dedicated to helping young women achieve the goals for college and beyond.
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