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Miss Green Bay Area 2019 & Miss Green Bay Area’s Outstanding Teen 2019 have been crowned! 

kaylee and elizabethThe results are as follows:

Miss Green Bay Area 2019:  Kaylee Vermeern

Hometown – Appleton

School – UW-Green Bay

Talent – Lyrical Dance “Silence”

Platform – Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation

$1,000 Cash Scholarship plus other in-kind scholarships and awards, total value over $4,000

 

Miss Congeniality – Shania Gorton & Sarah Jensen

 

Miss Green Bay Area’s Outstanding Teen 2019: Elizabeth Black

Hometown – Freedom

Talent – Piano “Swingin’ the Blues” by Melody Bober

Platform – Girls on the Run

 

Candidates were: Kylie Thompson, Shania Gorton, Kaylee Vermeern, and Sarah Jensen

 

Teen Contestants were: Eve Vanden Heuvel, Elizabeth Black, & Brooklyn Heyn

 

MGBA 2019.jpgAs Miss Green Bay Area, Kaylee Vermeern receives a prize package valued at over $4,000 including a $1,000 cash scholarship and the opportunity to compete for the Miss Wisconsin title in Oshkosh, WI on June 15, 2019. She is a student at UW-Green Bay.

As MGBAOTeen, Elizabeth Black receives a prize package valued at over $1500 including the paid trip to and the opportunity to compete for Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen 2019 in Oshkosh, WI on June 15, 2019.

During their years as MGBAOTeen & Miss Green Bay Area, Kaylee & Elizabeth will travel throughout Northeast Wisconsin advocating their platform issues: Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation & Girls on the Run, respectively.  They will talk to various government representatives, business leaders, community groups and citizens-at-large, urging them to become involved.

A number of other contestants received awards during the final competition, including:

Top Fundraising – Teen $150 Scholarship: Elizabeth Black

Top Fundraising – Miss $150 Scholarship: Shania Gorton

Miss Congeniality $50 Scholarship: Shania Gorton & Sarah Jensen

People’s Choice Winner – Teen $250 Scholarship: Elizabeth Black

People’s Choice Winner – Miss $250 Scholarship: Kaylee Vermeern

 

Established in 1929 and celebrating 90 years since the first titleholder, the Miss Green Bay Area Scholarship Organization provides opportunities for young women to achieve their personal and professional ambitions.  Candidates also participate in community service activities and develop leadership skills that help them excel in their chosen career and life goals.  A not-for-profit affiliate of the Miss America Organization, the Miss Green Bay Area Scholarship Organization has made available thousands in scholarships and in-kind funds to HUNDREDS of young women throughout Northeast Wisconsin.  Winners of the annual Miss Green Bay Area Competition are eligible to compete in the Miss Wisconsin Competition & Miss Wisconsin’s Outstanding Teen Competition, held every year in Oshkosh, WI in June. The Miss America Organization, a 501(c)4 non-profit organization, is the nation’s leading advocate for women’s education and the largest provider of scholarship assistance to young women in the United States, awarding millions of dollars annually. Miss America contestants contribute tens of thousands of community service hours annually and have raised millions for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and Miss America scholarships since 2007.

Candidates ages 13-25 that meet criteria are eligible by full time residency, school attendance, or employment in Brown County or any county directly adjacent, including: Calumet, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Oconto, Outagamie, and Shawano.

More information about the pageant can be found at www.missgreenbayarea.com   Media coverage and interview requests can be forwarded to Jenny Thomas, Miss Green Bay Area 2009 and committee member, at allmedia@missgreenbayarea.com or by phone (920) 860-1575.

 

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Woman late for hair appointment pulls gun on staff

Laura Ulin of Cape Coral, Florida had her kids with her when she allegedly burst into the Hair Cuttery hair salon Sunday evening and began swearing at the stylists because a) she was late for her appointment; and b) she thought the stylists were spending too much time chatting.

According to WBBH TV, One of the customers then reportedly told 40-year-old Ulin to “take a chill pill.”

Instead, Ulin took out a pistol and pointed it at the customer’s stomach. Apparently thinking better of it, Ulin then left the salon without getting her hair done.

Police found Ulin at her home a few hours later, where she was arrested for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without the intent to kill and carrying a concealed weapon without a license.

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Most Stuf Oreos Are Here

For its latest creation, Oreo is going big. Most Stuf Oreos started hitting shelves at the start of the year, and they make the brand’s Double Stuf and Mega Stuf Oreos look like child’s play. This supersized version makes it feel like you’re holding a mini ice cream sandwich.


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MOST CREME EVER OREOS 😍 Move aside double stuff. Snagged at @riteaid $3 a box. Happy hunting! @oreo

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New Mission Impossible Movies

According to The Hollywood Reporter, director Christopher McQuarrie is close to finalizing a deal with Paramount that will place him at the helm of the next two Mission: Impossible films. The plan calls for the seventh Mission: Impossible film to arrive in 2021, with the eighth to follow in 2022.

It’s reported that the next two movies will film back to back.

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Simple Hack to Make Sure Your Kids Pick Up Their Toys

One mom came up with the perfect solution for kids who refuse to clean up after themselves. A recent Instagram post shows a plastic bin labeled “Toy Jail,” which holds toys hostage until children complete their chores. The message on the clear plastic bin says: “Toy Jail. You left it out and I picked it up, I’ve got your stuff, you’re out of luck. To get it back, please do a chore, then it’s yours, just like before.”


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With all that clutter from the holidays, you’re probably tired of picking up the toys around the house by now. – What a great time to teach the kids how to pitch in and do chores around the house. They won’t want to of course but if you create a toy jail, you’ll come out on top! – What are your favorite sneaky ways to get the kids to pitch in? – #mom #mother #mommy #motherhood #momlife #candidmotherhood #motherhoodunplugged #specialeducation #specialneeds #specialneedsmom #momofboys #momofgirls #singlemom #momoftwo #momofthree #momoffour #supermom #autism #dyslexia #dyscalculia #workingmom #parenting #parents #parenthood #momproblems #parentproblems

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