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Miss America Tara Holland is on the road traveling 20,000 miles per month of her national speaking tour, "LITERACY IN AMERICA: THE POWER OF ONE." By November 1st, she had already stopped in eighteen states to speak about literacy issues to a wide variety of audiences. Tara is a second-year graduate student working toward her Masters in Choral Music Education at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Look for monthly updates and quarterly letters in the MEET MISS AMERICA section!
What's new to the website...
- A new letter from Tara is now on the website. It's a reprint from the newsletter. Order yours today!
- We added first names and hometowns to the list of Former Miss Americas. See the history page.
- The latest press releases can be found on the Latest News page. The newest press release was posted at 13:58 EST 7 November 1996.
What else is on the website... You can also participate in the tradition of Miss America by asking a question to Miss America on the website . . .
The concept and vision of the Pageant have changed dramatically over three-quarters of a century. This Official World Wide Web site will host information on the Miss America Organization and its programs. We will frequently update items of interest, ranging from Miss America's activities through the year, to the results of state Miss America programs. You will also find graphics galore, stories, and more!
Material on the 50 contestants, the current Miss America, the Judging Process and Scholarship Programs is available as well. You will discover exciting information about the Miss America Organization, its programs for women, including an in-depth look at Miss America in American History.
This home page was last updated 14:29 EST 12 November 1996.
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