Since 1981 the Miss Coos County Scholarship Program has provided opportunities for young women to achieve their personal and professional ambitions. Contestants learn the importance of, and participate in, community service and develop leadership skills that help them excel in their chosen paths and life goals. A not - for - profit affiliate of the Miss America Organization, the Miss Coos County Scholarship program has made available scholarships and in-kind funds to qualified young women throughout Coos County. The winner of the annual Miss Coos County Scholarship Pageant is eligible to compete in the Miss Oregon Competition, held in Seaside, Oregon in June.
Miss America Organization
Miss Coos County Scholarship Program
Miss Coos County Outstanding Teen Program
The Miss Coos County Outstanding Teen is a program for young women 13-17 years of age. The mission of this program is to promote positive scholastic achievement, creative accomplishment, healthy living, and community involvement. By helping nurture and build their poise and self confidence they have the opportunity "to be the individual they want to be". The winner of the Miss Coos County Outstanding Teen will be eligible to compete in the Miss Oregon's Outstanding Teen competition, held in Seaside, Oregon in June.
Miss Coos County Outstandiing Teen Samantha Huffman
Miss Coos County Rose Sheldon
Kallie Coos County Princess
Miss Coos County Princess Program
The Miss Coos County Outstanding Princess Program is for young ladies ages 6-10. This program was implemented to give young women the opportunity to mentor a little sister and show through example that "Little girls with dreams become women with vision".
Founded in 1921, the Miss America Organization remains the nation's leading advocate for women's education and the largest provider of scholarship assistance to young women. The Miss America Organization provides young women with a vehicle to further their personal and professional goals and instills a spirit of community service through a variety of unique nationwide community-based programs. On a annual basis, Miss America state and local title-holders, along with the Organizations network of volunteer's participate in more than 12,000 community service projects, providing in excess of 500,000 service hours to worthy causes. The national platform of the Miss America Organization is Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Miss America Camille Schrier