Miss Vermont 2021 celebrates 100 years of Miss America


(NEWS10) — For 100 years, Miss America has been crowning the next generation of female leaders. As it enters its next chapter, young women like Miss Vermont 2021 Danielle Morse are changing what it means to be a winner.

“To be able to fall into that category class that’s representing the 100th year of a Miss America, is just amazing and I just don’t think I’ve wrapped my head around it quite yet,” said Morse.

Beginning this month, the Miss Vermont Scholarship Organization is inviting young women from across the Green Mountain State to take part in the 100th anniversary year as candidates for their next Miss Vermont Scholarship Competition.

Miss Vermont and Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen 2022 will receive scholarship packages, represent the state at the Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competitions and spend the year making community appearances throughout Vermont.

“One of the exciting opportunities about signing up to compete in the program is the opportunity to get started right away as a local representative,” said MVSO Executive Director Darcie Fisher. “Teens and Miss candidates are able to make appearances and wear the sash of the area they are representing in the months leading up to the 2022 competition.”

Morse was Miss Addison County 2021 prior to being named Miss Vermont. 

“The time I spent as Miss Addison County was very special to me,” said Morse. “I never knew if I would be Miss Vermont, but I knew that I had this platform and opportunity as a local titleholder to make a change. While I may not have needed the sash to do these things, being Miss Addison County encouraged me to go after my dream of being Miss Vermont.”

Vermont will celebrate the crowning of the 77th Miss Vermont next spring.

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