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Lynn Little | March 8, 2011
Spring is right around the corner and not far behind will be summer and swimsuit season. If you're like many people who worry over swimsuit season, you can try the swimsuit diet strategy. Rather than thinking diet, think tips for trimming the tummy, hips, thighs and love handles. Research shows that we tend to eat the same amount of food regardless of the calorie content. Use this advantage and choose foods that are higher in fiber and water content in place of low-volume, calorie-dense foods.
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by JULIE E. GREENE | April 16, 2007
Maurée Smith has been running about three miles a day, doing about 100 crunches every other day and doing exercises aimed at toning her arms and legs once a week. While Smith, 23, of Williamsport, works out year-round, she kicked her workouts into high gear in November to get ready for the bikini she wanted to wear for a January trip to Jamaica. She's continuing that workout as swimsuit season approaches. "I don't want to see a flabby stomach. That's the biggest thing," Smith said.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 28, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Miss Prince George's County Vickie Kalasinsky, of Olney, Md., earned the top talent score during Wednesday's Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant's preliminary competition. Kalasinsky's baton-twirling routine set to a rendition of Elton John's "My Strongest Suit" earned her a $200 scholarship. Other top scorers were Miss Allegany County Shana Powell, of Bowie, Md., who won the $100 Newcomer Talent scholarship - awarded to the top scoring first-time Miss Maryland contestant - and Miss Annapolis Heather Molnar, of Parsonsburg, Md., who won a $100 scholarship given to the highest scorer in the lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit competition.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | June 19, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- The first of two nights of preliminary competition for the Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant resulted in two ties -- in the first rounds of the competitions for talent and for lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit. Miss Capital Region Taryn Williams of Bowie, Md., and Miss College Park Heather Molnar of Parsonsburg, Md., will split the $200 scholarship for talent. Williams, who also won a $100 scholarship for Newcomer Talent, performed a lively contemporary dance to "Tied Up. " Molnar sang "It's All Coming Back To Me Now," a power ballad that has been recorded by Meatloaf and Celine Dion.
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By KATE COLEMAN | June 19, 2000
Miss Free State Camille Jeane Lewis received the talent award, and Miss Northern Chesapeake Tamika Johnson received the swimsuit award Friday night in the second round of preliminary competition in the 65th anniversary Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant at The Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. Lewis, 20, performed Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor. She is a senior at University of Maryland, College Park and the daughter of Leon and Pamela Lewis of Silver Spring, Md. For winning the preliminary talent award, Lewis received a $600 scholarship and a plaque.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 29, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Miss Pride of the Potomac Ryann Richardson, of Bowie, Md., walked away with two prizes Thursday, the final day of prelimaries for the Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant at The Maryland Theatre. Richardson's rendition of "One Night Only" from the movie "Dreamgirls" earned her the top talent score - a $200 scholarship - and the $100 prize for top Newcomer Talent, which is given to first-time pageant contestants. The talent portion is worth 35 percent of the contestant's overall score.
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June 14, 2004
Today 8 a.m. - Breakfast at Roy Rogers Noon - Lunch at Dual Highway Motors 1 p.m. - Rehearsal at City Ballet School 4:15 p.m. - Dinner at Texas Roadhouse 6:15 p.m. - Contestants meet with Miss Maryland 2003, music rehearsal and schedule review 6:30 p.m. - Contestants attend Hagerstown Suns game at Municipal Stadium Tuesday 9:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - General rehearsal at City Ballet School Noon -...
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By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | June 15, 2000
Miss College Park Deborah Chien received the talent award and Miss Bethesda Sonia Maria Amir received the swimsuit award Thursday night as preliminary competition in the 65th anniversary Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant began at The Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. Chien, 23, performed Pablo de Sarasate's gypsy-inspired "Ziguerweisen" on the violin. She is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory and Johns Hopkins University. She is the daughter of Chia-Ling and Christina Chien of Lutherville, Md. For winning the preliminary talent award, Chien received a $600 scholarship and a plaque.
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by KATE COLEMAN | June 29, 2002
By KATE COLEMAN katec@herald-mail.com Miss Western Maryland Nikki Gouker received the Artistic Expression in Talent award Friday in the second night of preliminary competition for the Miss Maryland title at The Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. Miss Germantown Felicia Curry received the Physical Fitness in Swimsuit award. Gouker performed a crowd-pleasing tap dance to "Footloose. " The daughter of Kelly and Sandi Gouker of Middletown, Md., Gouker is a graduate of Shepherd College.
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Lynn Little | March 8, 2011
Spring is right around the corner and not far behind will be summer and swimsuit season. If you're like many people who worry over swimsuit season, you can try the swimsuit diet strategy. Rather than thinking diet, think tips for trimming the tummy, hips, thighs and love handles. Research shows that we tend to eat the same amount of food regardless of the calorie content. Use this advantage and choose foods that are higher in fiber and water content in place of low-volume, calorie-dense foods.
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June 24, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Competition at the 2009 Miss Maryland Pageant got under way Wednesday night at The Maryland Theatre. The winners from Wednesday night's preliminary competition were Miss Historic Maryland Rachel Harkins, who won the newcomer talent award and the preliminary talent award in the Delta Group; Miss Allegany County Casandra Tressler, who won the preliminary swimsuit award in the Mu Group; and Miss Baltimore County Crystal Thomas, who...
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By JULIE E. GREENE | June 19, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- The first of two nights of preliminary competition for the Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant resulted in two ties -- in the first rounds of the competitions for talent and for lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit. Miss Capital Region Taryn Williams of Bowie, Md., and Miss College Park Heather Molnar of Parsonsburg, Md., will split the $200 scholarship for talent. Williams, who also won a $100 scholarship for Newcomer Talent, performed a lively contemporary dance to "Tied Up. " Molnar sang "It's All Coming Back To Me Now," a power ballad that has been recorded by Meatloaf and Celine Dion.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 29, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Miss Pride of the Potomac Ryann Richardson, of Bowie, Md., walked away with two prizes Thursday, the final day of prelimaries for the Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant at The Maryland Theatre. Richardson's rendition of "One Night Only" from the movie "Dreamgirls" earned her the top talent score - a $200 scholarship - and the $100 prize for top Newcomer Talent, which is given to first-time pageant contestants. The talent portion is worth 35 percent of the contestant's overall score.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | June 28, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - Miss Prince George's County Vickie Kalasinsky, of Olney, Md., earned the top talent score during Wednesday's Miss Maryland Scholarship Pageant's preliminary competition. Kalasinsky's baton-twirling routine set to a rendition of Elton John's "My Strongest Suit" earned her a $200 scholarship. Other top scorers were Miss Allegany County Shana Powell, of Bowie, Md., who won the $100 Newcomer Talent scholarship - awarded to the top scoring first-time Miss Maryland contestant - and Miss Annapolis Heather Molnar, of Parsonsburg, Md., who won a $100 scholarship given to the highest scorer in the lifestyle and fitness in swimsuit competition.
NEWS
by JULIE E. GREENE | April 16, 2007
Maurée Smith has been running about three miles a day, doing about 100 crunches every other day and doing exercises aimed at toning her arms and legs once a week. While Smith, 23, of Williamsport, works out year-round, she kicked her workouts into high gear in November to get ready for the bikini she wanted to wear for a January trip to Jamaica. She's continuing that workout as swimsuit season approaches. "I don't want to see a flabby stomach. That's the biggest thing," Smith said.
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by KRISTIN WILSON | June 30, 2006
HAGERSTOWN With a high-energy and high-flying baton twirling routine, Miss College Park Vickie Kalasinsky took the $250 scholarship preliminary talent award Thursday night during the Miss Maryland pageant's second night of preliminary competitions. Kalasinsky performed to the tune "Big Time," twirling her baton around her wrists, shoulders, elbows and neck. Her routine included juggling three spinning batons. Miss Frederick Tauri Summers won the preliminary newcomer talent award for her lyrical dance routine to the song "Dream in Color.
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by KRISTIN WILSON | June 29, 2006
Showing off her Peabody Conservatory piano education, Miss Mountain Maryland Chia Jung Tsay earned the top talent score Wednesday during the first night of preliminary competitions in the Miss Maryland scholarship pageant. Tsay performed "Totentanz," a classical piano piece by Franz Liszt. Her impressive rendition included playing the piano backward. Tsay won a $250 scholarship with the preliminary talent award. Miss Tidewater Brittany Lietz received the newcomer talent award and received a $100 scholarship.
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June 14, 2004
Today 8 a.m. - Breakfast at Roy Rogers Noon - Lunch at Dual Highway Motors 1 p.m. - Rehearsal at City Ballet School 4:15 p.m. - Dinner at Texas Roadhouse 6:15 p.m. - Contestants meet with Miss Maryland 2003, music rehearsal and schedule review 6:30 p.m. - Contestants attend Hagerstown Suns game at Municipal Stadium Tuesday 9:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - General rehearsal at City Ballet School Noon -...
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by KATE COLEMAN | June 29, 2002
By KATE COLEMAN katec@herald-mail.com Miss Western Maryland Nikki Gouker received the Artistic Expression in Talent award Friday in the second night of preliminary competition for the Miss Maryland title at The Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. Miss Germantown Felicia Curry received the Physical Fitness in Swimsuit award. Gouker performed a crowd-pleasing tap dance to "Footloose. " The daughter of Kelly and Sandi Gouker of Middletown, Md., Gouker is a graduate of Shepherd College.
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