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Photos: Mrs. Framingham Heads To Mrs. Massachusetts Pageant
The first ever Mrs. Framingham is competition this weekend for the Mrs. Massachusetts title, and she got a send-off from local officials on Friday. Cynthia MacLean, 50, who works as a life coach and mentor,
American Pageant Chapter 1 Summary
1. New World Beginnings - About 6 thousand years ago, only one minute in geological time – recorded History of Western world began. People in the Middle East had already begun a Written culture, gradually emerging form the haze of the past. 500 years ago or a few seconds in geological time-Europeans explorers discovered the Americas. This altered everything the Old and New World knew. a. The Shaping of North America - Pangaea contained all the worlds’ lands some 225 million years ago. - Then it broke off to Eurasia, Australia, Americas, Africa, and Antarctica - The majestic ranges of western North America – the Rockies, the Sierra Nevada, the cascades, and the Coast Ranges – arose more recently.…show more content… - Georgia received monetary subsidies from the British gov’t. (a benefit) - Produced silk and wine. - Determined, at first, to keep slavery out of Georgia. - All Christian worshipers except Catholics enjoyed religious toleration. - Georgia grew with painful slowness and at the end of the colonial era was perhaps the least populous of the colonies - Plantation economy was thwarted by the unhealthy climate, by early restrictions on black slavery, and Spanish attacks. m. The Plantation Colonies - Outposts of empire were all in some degree devoted to exporting commercial agricultural products, - Profitable staple crops were the rule, notably tobacco and rice. - Slavery was found in all the plantation colonies, though only after 1750 in reform-minded Georgia. - 1671 the governor of Virginia thanked God that no free schools or printing presses existed in his colony. - All the plantations permitted some religious toleration. - “Soil butchery” by excessive tobacco growing drove settlers westward, and the long, lazy rivers invited penetration of the continent-and continuing confrontation with Native
Rocker Steve Vai heading to the Pageant
Steve Vai is at the Pageant with a show on March 13, 2022 for a date on his “Inviolate Tour.” Show time is at 8 p.m. Tickets are $40-$60 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 17 at ticketmaster.com. Get more information at thepageant.
Young pageant winners stripped of titles due to scoring errors, officials say
Corrine won Miss Rodeo Florida Sweetheart and Macie won Miss Rodeo Florida Princess, but the following day, they got a disheartening email.
Jennifer Lopez’s bouncy blow is serving pageant queen realness
We all know that Jennifer Lopez is the Queen on hairstyles. From glam Barbie and Venetian royalty to Jenny from the Block shaggy layers, she nails it with each and every hair look she wears. So, it’s no surprise that her latest Instagram post had us furiously double tapping.