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Mrs. Alaska U.S. All World Beauties 2012 & Aviation Community Involvement

Being a community leader and a role model for others is an important part of being a state title-holder.  As my year as Mrs. Alaska U.S. All World Beauties is coming canadian meds viagra to a close and I am preparing for mexico viagra no prescription the national pageant, being active in my community and in my aviation community has played a vital role for my platform GirlsFlyToo.   My two community service projects this year include being a Senior Advocate at the Chugiak/Eagle-River Senior Center and as a Peer Mentor at the Covenant House Alaska, a local shelter for teens.  In my aviation community I have worked with my local chapter of Ninety-Nines, local EAA Chapter 42, and the Alaska Aviation Museum.  Reaching out to our younger generation through being a community service role model speaks volumes.  After all, the purpose of being a title-holder is to be a leader and a catalyst for community.  This applies to our aviation community as well - encouraging and educating our younger generation to be involved in aviation. 

As my national pageant approaches next month, I am ready to compete and bring home the national crown to Alaska!  Thanks to all for your ongoing support of GirlsFlyToo!   Blue skies and propellers.


2 Responses to “Mrs. Alaska U.S. All World Beauties 2012 & Aviation Community Involvement”

  1. Good Luck at the national pageant it was great meeting you at the Alaska Aviation Museum, and out our EAA Chapter 42 meetings and gatherings.
    Keep up the great work and bring on some new pilot starts!
    Rob Stapleton
    Anchorage, Alaska

  2. Ooops that should read "at" our...

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