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March 16, 2018

Fauquier teens participate in Miss Abilities Pageant

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Isabella “Bella” DeSatorra from Liberty High School was crowned “Miss Teen” Queen, the highest pageant honor in her age group.
Miss Virginia Cecili Weber with Camille Goodall, a KRHS graduate who was crowned 2018 Miss Princess.
Jenna McCombe, a KRHS student, sings “A Whole New World.” She was crowned 2018 Teen Miss Princess.
Three teens from Fauquier County showcased their talents in the third annual Miss Abilities Pageant Saturday, March 3 in Winchester.

Contestants (pageant Beauties) Camille Goodall of Broad Run, Jenna McCombe of Nokesville, and Isabella “Bella” DeSatorra of Sumerduck participated in the event for the first time.

The pageant was hosted by the nonprofit Miss Abilities Organization, which gives youth with disabilities from Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland the opportunity to build confidence and make a difference in their community.

Jessica Edwards, a mom who was inspired by her oldest daughter’s wish to be the first Miss America with autism, founded the nonprofit in 2015.

Twenty-eight girls received crowns this year, and Miss Virginia Cecili Weber attended the event.

During the performance segment each teen presented a 90-second routine showcasing any talent they wished to share.

Camille participated in the “Miss” category, for women ages 20 to 29.

A graduate of Kettle Run High School, Camille wore a stunning cream-colored evening gown with black embroidered flowers and a black satin sash.

Camille perfectly spelled 20 difficult words with ease in rapid succession for her performance showcase. She was crowned 2018 Miss Princess for performance showcase.

Jenna McCombe, a Kettle Run student who will graduate this spring, participated in the “Teen Miss” category, for young women ages 16 to 19.

Jenna wore a gorgeous plum colored evening gown that sparkled under the lights on stage. For Jenna’s talent showcase, she dressed up as Princess Jasmine of Aladdin and sang “A Whole New World” from her magic carpet. She was crowned 2018 Teen Miss Princess for performance showcase.

Bella participated in the “Teen Miss” category. She will graduate from Liberty High School this spring.

Bella wore a gorgeous bright red evening gown with a sparkling sequence and lace bodice. For Bella’s talent showcase, she performed a 90-second segment of a dance routine to “Talking to the Moon” by Bruno Mars — part of the dance she proudly performed in the talent show at Liberty High School in November.

Bella received the highest pageant honor in her age group and was crowned the 2018 “Miss Teen” Queen.

In response to the announcement that she won the 2018 “Miss Teen” Queen award, Bella raised her trophy in the air declaring to all, “I did it!”.
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