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Miss Crossroads


The Miss Crossroads to America competition is open to all eligible contestants residing in Vigo, Parke, Vermillion, Clay, Owen, and Sullivan Counties as well as currently-enrolled students at Indiana State University, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, St. Mary of the Woods College, and Ivy Tech Community College - Terre Haute campus and are between the ages of 18 and 24. 

The Crossroads to America Outstanding Teen contestants may reside anywhere in the State of Indiana and must be between the ages of 13 and 17 and not a graduating senior. 

 Current Titleholders - 2015


  

Quesley Bunch                    Olivia Dillon
    Miss Crossroads to America              Miss Crossroads to America
                                                                  Outstanding Teen


2014


         

Ashley Logan                                                        Caleigh Downey
Miss Crossroads to America                                          Outstanding Teen  
    
2013



                        
Presley Moreland                                              Breanna Stuart
Miss Crossroads to America                                 Outstanding Teen 




2012


  

Miss Crossroads to America - 2012                                       Outstanding Teen 2012
       Lauren Mnayarji                                                     Samantha Ivaturi  


   

From the Miss America Website

Developed by the Miss America Organization, the Miss America program exists to provide personal and professional opportunities for young women and to promote their voices in culture, politics and the community. The program provides a forum for today's young women to express their viewpoints, talents and accomplishments to audiences during the telecast and to the public-at-large during the ensuing year. Almost all contestants have either received, or are in the process of earning, college or postgraduate degrees and utilize Miss America scholarship grants to further their educations.

 

To become Miss America, a contestant must first win a local competition and then compete to represent her state, a process requiring personal commitment, hard work and talent. A woman may compete at the state level more than once, but may only compete in the national Miss America competition one time. Thousands of women participate each year in the local and state events, culminating in the selection of 52 national finalists who vie for the Miss America title. Tens of thousands of volunteers organize the local and state preliminary competitions, promoting community involvement throughout the United States and furthering scholarship and achievement among young women in their communities.

 



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