Archive for Alicia Cooper
Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011, was the Queen of the Night at the 2011 Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce Black Tie & Blue Jeans event at the Hilton- Vancouver.
The annual Chamber gathering celebrates achievements in the business community over the past year, recognizes outstanding chamber members and partners for their contributions and passes the torch to new officers on the Chamber Board of Directors.
Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011, attended the 2011 Clark County Fair (August 6-14). Alicia and Makenzie Head, Miss Greater Vancouver’s Outstanding Teen 2010, had the opportunity to judge the Beautiful Baby Contest! It was a difficult task with so many adorable little ones! What a great time!
Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen, had the honor & privilege of being the emcee for the Vancouver Relay for Life ‘Miss’ter Relay for Life pageant at Columbia River High School. Twelve brave men got in touch with their feminine side to raise additional money for the CURE! Congratulations to “Mattie Minaj” the 2011 MissTer Relay for Life winner (the only participant to actually wear heels!) & “Kevina” who took the 2011 MissTer Congeniality 2011 title (in a stunning yellow gown).
A special thanks to the Vancouver Relay for Life staff and volunteers, the MissTer Relay for Life 2011 contestants, Jennifer Melton & Kristina Ewing, and Riverview Community Bank for allowing MCCSO to the opportunity to support and participate in such a wonderful event! This year, 151 Teams and 1332 participants joined the annual 24-hour event to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. THANK YOU for the work you do to promote community cancer awareness!
*More about Relay for Life**
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. Because cancer never sleeps, Relays are overnight events up to 24 hours in length.
Although there we had unusually cool and cloudy weather for July, we enjoyed the Battle Ground Parade! The showers held off just enough to allow the tops down on the convertibles! (This felt a little more like the Veteran’s Day Parade given our jackets and umbrellas!)
Thank you Mustang Club, Earl & Darlene for always taking care of Miss Clark County & Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen! You are the BEST!
MCCSO’s very own Jacquie Brown, Miss Washington 2010 (3rd Runner-Up at Miss America), Katie Parsons, Miss Clark County 2011 and Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011 participated in the 2011 Carstar Soaps It Up National Fundraiser! This event raised over $1000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation and Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization!
Thank you to everyone that supported our efforts at the Carstar-Jacobus Soaps It Up carwash! The event was an amazing success due to the generosity of sponsors like Dave Jacobus, Jacobus Carstar, Enterprise Rent A Center, Sandy Hammond (Columbia Credit Union), Ed C. Zoll & Lois Elaine Smith-Zoll, Vancouver Fire Department, Auto Zone, Cintas, Signs & More, Jim Dunn Racing, Oxford House, Accurate Concrete & Minit Mart LLC!
THANK YOU to all of our wonderful volunteers for the incredible donation of your TIME! We truly appreciate each of you for your time and dedication to making this an incredible event!
Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011, had the honor and privileged to be the guest speaker and performer at the First Annual Relay for Life: Cancer Survivor Tea. Alicia was able to speak to the TRUE HEROES in the audience about her personal platform Passionately Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness. As the keynote speaker, Alicia was able to share her personal connection to cancer & her passion to promote health advocacy to promote a CANCER FREE America!
Thank you, Relay for Life & Riverview Community Bank for this incredible opportunity!
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2011 Relay For Life of Vancouver / Clark County WA
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Miss Clark County Scholarship Organization had the incredible opportunity to showcase the wonderful vocal talents of our titleholders, Katie Parsons, Miss Clark County 2011, & Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen at the Battle Ground Starbucks! We shared a wonderful evening with friends, family & guests!
We would like to thank the staff of Battle Ground Starbucks, Diana Larson, Vic Sorisio, family & friends for the gift of time & your support!
Through this event, MCCSO was able to make a charitable donation to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, our local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospital!
THANK YOU for your support!
Katie Parsons, Miss Clark County 2011, & Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011, supported IHOP & CMN on National Pancake Day! Alicia & Katie had the opportunity to visit EVERY IHOP in Clark County and serve FREE pancakes to our community! While serving pancakes, our titleholders were able to promote Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals! Throughout the night the girls competed to collect the MOST money for CMN… and the winner was… CMN!!
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN) is a non-profit organization that raises funds for over 170 Children’s Hospitals in the U.S. to help sick and injured kids in local communities! MCCSO & Miss Ameria are proud to support CMN and our local CMN hospital, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital!
CMN has been Miss America’s National Platform since 2007. Since then contestants have raised over $4,828,221.00 at the local, state and national levels! (Proving that TOGETHER we can ALL make a difference in the lives of others!)
Katie Parsons, Miss Clark County 2011, and Alicia Cooper, Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011, were able to support the Rocksolid Community Teen Center at their annual auction. Katie & Alicia were engaged at the event greeting guest, selling raffle tickets, and showcasing many of the wonderful items available at the LIVE Auction!
Funds raised at this event help provide a place for kids that is safe and fun with adult supervision and good peer support. Rocksolid Community Teen Center provides an environment where teens in out community can receive positive influence to encourage them to give back to the community and future generations.
Thank you Rocksolid Teens, staff & Nancy Miller (Executive Director) for a wonderful evening. MCCSO appreciates the opportunity to support this wonderful youth program in our community!
Miss Clark County’s Outstanding Teen 2011
Miss Washington’s Outstanding Teen 2011
Community Service Platform
Breast Cancer Awareness
“That Mellow Saxophone”