The 17th annual Miss Massachusetts’ Outstanding Teen Pageant is Sunday, April 3 at 4:00 pm at the Keith Middle School in New Bedford. Allie Nault, an 18-year-old resident of Gilford, New Hampshire was crowned Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2016 last August in Orlando, FL. She will be the special guest at the pageant and will be honored at a special ticketed Meet & Greet before the pageant begins.
The pageant features Alexandra Berube of Methuen, Miss Massachusetts’ Outstanding Teen 2015 and 11 beautiful, intelligent and talented teenagers from across the Commonwealth including:
Tori Brulport attends Old Rochester Regional High School where she is a freshman. She is the 14-year-old daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Brulport of Rochester. At ORR, she was student of the month in September of 2015 and has been on the honor roll through middle school and now in high school. Her career plan is to become a music educator. She is very involved in music and dance and was accepted into the MMEA Southeastern Junior Districts for the past two years and has taken dance lessons for 12 years. She currently is an assistant dance instructor for students ages 3-7. A member of a volunteer community singing troupe, Tori has devoted numerous hours performing for community events and senior citizens. Her talent presentation will be a vocal and her platform issue is entitled Raising Awareness in Volunteering for Youth to encourage her peers to give back to their communities by volunteering.
Camryn Morais is a 16-year-old junior at Old Rochester Regional High School. A resident of East Freetown, she is the daughter of Michael and Stephanie Morais. Her career plan is to receive a B.S in nursing and become a nurse practitioner specializing in either pediatrics or neurology. At Old Rochester, Camryn is a member of the National Honor Society and is enrolled in three AP and four honors level courses. She is a member of the John Hopkins talent search and has received the President’s Education Award. A vocalist, Camryn will perform a pop vocal selection at the pageant. Camryn is a member of an all-girl vocal group that performs throughout New England. Her platform issue is called Mirror Babble, which is a blog devoted to encouraging young girls to embrace their uniqueness.
The pageant is the official state preliminary for the Miss America’s Outstanding Teen program. The mission of the MAOTeen organization is to promote scholastic achievement, creative accomplishment, healthy living and community involvement for America’s teens. The competition is open to young ladies 13-17 years of age, and they will be judged on personal interview, talent, scholastic achievement, evening wear and onstage question and lifestyle and fitness.
General Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and $10 for children 10 and under. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door by cash or check only. Tickets for the Meet & Greet with Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Allie Nault are also available for purchase at $10. Pageant guests who purchase tickets for both the pageant and the Meet & Greet will receive special preferred VIP seating in the theatre for the show. For ticket information, please visit the Miss Massachusetts’ Outstanding Teen website at www.mmaoteen.org or visit us on Facebook at Miss Massachusetts’ Outstanding Teen.