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Service Project Ideas for Pageant Contestants

We’ve all seen the stereotypical portrayals of pageant contestants, a la Miss Congeniality, spreading peace, love and beauty throughout the world. I say, it’s a tough job and someone’s gotta do it! So, why not you? Making a difference in the world is something that happens one relationship at a time, one hug at a …

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Perhaps the greatest charity comes when we are kind to each other, when we don't judge or categorize someone else, when we simply give each other the benefit of doubt or remain quiet.

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Charity Quote: Printable

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quotes+about+charity | 13 and now abideth faith hope charity charity never faileth

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Relief Society Vinyl Wall Art - Vinyl Lettering, Words and Phrases for the LDS Home

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from Buzzle

Best Charity Fundraising Ideas

7. Join a Charity / Fundraising Activities

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charity birthday party ideas (parents magazine)

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'Not a Cinderella story': Miss America contestants battle hardship to take the stage

Miss South Carolina weighed 234 pounds as a teen and is now fighting obesity as her pageant platform.

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Women in the Scriptures: Teaching Children Charity

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Teaching Children Charity

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5 Things You Need To Know About Miss America's Most Badass Contestant

Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail, has tattoos, enjoys hunting, and serves in the National Guard. Her determination to break stereotypes is so motivating.

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2003 Erika Harold Urbana, Illinois Erika Harold spent her year as Miss America 2003 promoting her platform “Preventing Youth Violence and Bullying: ‘Respect Yourself, Protect Yourself.’”

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This week's art purpose is to shed light on the lives of young girls that are stolen from their destinies in India. Like the plain phrase of the previous text graphic, we wanted to do a work that celebrates the idea of the impact each one of us has for our world.

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