Local students vying for title of Miss NH Outstanding Teen

DERRY – The 12th annual Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition is set for Saturday, Feb. 13, at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, with a preliminary competition at 1 p.m. and then a final competition at 8.

Twenty-eight contestants, including three from Merrimack, will vie for $5,000 in scholarships and the right to compete at the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen in August in Orlando, Fla., where Allie Nault, of Gilford, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, will crown her successor.

New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition is a program for girls ages 13-17.

It is the little sister program to the Miss America Organization.

The competition is intended to encourage and reward talent, communication skills, community service and academic achievement.

The Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program, the official state chapter of the Miss America Organization, sponsors the teen program.

Miss New Hampshire 2015 Holly Blanchard and Marc Willis will serve as masters of ceremonies, and Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen, Skylar Rienert, will crown her successor.

The producer is Miss New Hampshire 2003, Candace Glickman.

Pattie Lamontagne chairs the event with her co-chair, Miss New Hampshire 2005 Audra Paquette Burns.

Local students vying for the title are:

? Emma Miner, Miss Merrimack’s Outstanding Teen, a student at Merrimack High School.

? Morgan Read, Outstanding Teen Contestant at Large, Merrimack High School.

? Megan Soucy, Outstanding Teen Contestant at Large, Merrimack High School.

? Natalie Jenkins, Miss Londonderry’s Outstanding Teen, a student at Nashua High School South.

Tickets are available at the door for $32.50 for adults and $17.50 for students younger than 18 or seniors older than 62. The ticket allows entrance to the Saturday preliminary and finals.

Local students vying for title of Miss NH Outstanding Teen

DERRY – The 12th annual Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition is set for Saturday, Feb. 13, at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, with a preliminary competition at 1 p.m. and then a final competition at 8.

Twenty-eight contestants, including three from Merrimack, will vie for $5,000 in scholarships and the right to compete at the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen in August in Orlando, Fla., where Allie Nault, of Gilford, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen, will crown her successor.

New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition is a program for girls ages 13-17.

It is the little sister program to the Miss America Organization.

The competition is intended to encourage and reward talent, communication skills, community service and academic achievement.

The Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program, the official state chapter of the Miss America Organization, sponsors the teen program.

Miss New Hampshire 2015 Holly Blanchard and Marc Willis will serve as masters of ceremonies, and Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen, Skylar Rienert, will crown her successor.

The producer is Miss New Hampshire 2003, Candace Glickman.

Pattie Lamontagne chairs the event with her co-chair, Miss New Hampshire 2005 Audra Paquette Burns.

Local students vying for the title are:

? Emma Miner, Miss Merrimack’s Outstanding Teen, a student at Merrimack High School.

? Morgan Read, Outstanding Teen Contestant at Large, Merrimack High School.

? Megan Soucy, Outstanding Teen Contestant at Large, Merrimack High School.

? Natalie Jenkins, Miss Londonderry’s Outstanding Teen, a student at Nashua High School South.

Tickets are available at the door for $32.50 for adults and $17.50 for students younger than 18 or seniors older than 62. The ticket allows entrance to the Saturday preliminary and finals.