MISS MOUNTAIN LAUREL 2017
Virginia's Wildflower

Crowning at the Miss Mountain Laurel 2017 Pageant. Photo by Kimberly Needles Photography.

The Miss America Organization is one of the nation's leading achievement programs for young women. Miss America's four values, ScholarshipServiceStyle, and Success are symbolized in the four-points of its crystal crown and are exemplified by the thousands of women who participate in local pageants every year. Areas of competition include Private Interview, Health & Fitness in Swimsuit, Talent, Evening Gown, and On-Stage Question. The Miss Mountain Laurel title is part of the Miss Virginia Organization

Caroline performing in the Miss Virginia Talent competition. Photo by Krisna Goodwin.

Caroline performing in the Miss Virginia Talent competition. Photo by Krisna Goodwin.

Caroline in the Miss Virginia Evening Gown competition. Photo by Krisna Goodwin.

Caroline in the Miss Virginia Evening Gown competition. Photo by Krisna Goodwin.

A non-finalist at the Miss Virginia 2017 Pageant, Caroline received two special awards: the Miss America Organization State Academic Award, for exemplary scholastic achievement, and the Four Points Award, given to the candidate that best demonstrates the values of Miss America. Through the Miss America Organization, Caroline has earned $2,550 in scholarship prizes, to be used towards her continued education at George Mason University. 

Miss Mountain Laurel 2017, Caroline Weinroth, sings an original arrangement of the song "That's Life" at the Miss Virginia 2017 Pageant.


About Miss Mountain Laurel 2017, Caroline Weinroth

Caroline Weinroth, Miss Mountain Laurel 2017, is from Fairfax, Virginia. She is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, with a concentration in Poetry, at George Mason University, where also she earned her undergraduate degree in Theater Performance and Audio Engineering and was the president of the school's Music Productions Club. She is the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter for the rock band Cinema Hearts, and has performed at the Kennedy Center, the National Mall, AMP by Strathmore, the Hirshhorn Museum, and other venues. Caroline's original songs, poetry, and writing have been published on NPR, Washington City PaperBrightest Young Things, and Public Pool. Her community service platform is Music Empowerment, a movement to create civic change through music education and performance.

Read Caroline's full resume on LinkedIn.
 

Photo by Mauricio Cimino.

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