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The Miss All-Star United States Pageant is a strongly patriotic group that provides a top quality pageant production whereby providing an outlet for the women of America to continue and advance their community service activities. The Miss All-Star United States Pageant believes in the empowerment and advancement of women across our great nation. It is vital in today’s society for young women to get involved and stay active in their communities, state and across the nation. It is imperative that the young women who do not wear the state or national crown realize there is still much more to achieve. Even more importantly, the lady who does wear the crown must understand that it does not and will not end with the crown. She must use the crown to help promote her platform and charities along with the national platform. As a matter of fact, it is more important for her to stand strong and have a powerful support system to achieve all of the goals of the state and national pageants along with her own goals. We believe in providing empowerment and advancement of women while promoting community involvement and a healthy lifestyle.
Cassie Huffman/ Miss Teen All-Star United States representing North Carolina
Chelsie Moser/ Miss All-Star United States representing North Carolina
Arielle Riposta/ Ms. All-Star United States representing South Carolina
Gretchen Pingley/ Mrs. All-Star United States representing West Virginia
If you are interested in becoming a director in your state, please contact us.
The Miss All-Star United States Pageant asks that you make a donation to one of the official charities instead of bringing and giving a state gift to the other contestants.
There is power in number and a little goes a long way. Thank you.
MHE / MO / HME is a genetic bone disorder in which benign cartilage-capped bone tumors grow outward from the metaphases of long bones, growth plates or from the surface of flat bones throughout the body. The severity of this disease varies widely.
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There are countless ways volunteers support the USO, but they all share an abiding dedication to our troops and their families. Whether it’s helping out at a special event, cheering troops at homecoming, manning a front desk or providing a listening ear, volunteers are the reason our troops know they can count on the USO..
Carolina FreeStyle is a non-profit performing arts organization that allows performers of all social-economic backgrounds to develop, enhance and showcase their talents.
Whether it’s giving a cancer patient a ride to chemotherapy, putting together a team for Relay For Life®, or sending an email to family and friends about cancer screening guidelines, there are multiple ways you can get involved in the Society’s lifesaving mission. Get the spirit of camaraderie and compassion by volunteering with the American Cancer Society.