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NO. R-188. JOINT RESOLUTION congratulating Jenny Boquet on being named Miss Achievement Ambassador 2000.

(J.R.S. 78)

Offered by: Senator Greenwood of Essex-Orleans County.

Whereas, there are many types of competitions for young women in which titles are awarded, such as Miss America or Miss U.S.A., and

Whereas, these competitions or pageants traditionally focus primarily on a competitor’s appearance and attractiveness, and

Whereas, the Miss Achievement Ambassador competition, which Jenny Boquet of Hinesburg won in the year 2000, is unique among contests that confer titles to young women, and

Whereas, in this contest, she did not parade in a swimsuit or gown before television cameras, but, rather, made documented personal appearances at parades and other civic and charitable functions, and

Whereas, in order to meet the preliminary threshold for the Miss Achievement Ambassador crown, Jenny first needed to win one of the state, regional or national titles sponsored by Coronation, Inc. which developed the Achievement Ambassador program, and

Whereas, she met this preliminary requirement by winning the Miss Northeastern U.S. Achievement 2000 title, and

Whereas, earning the first title motivated Jenny to compete internationally for the title of Miss Achievement Ambassador 2000, and

Whereas, the enthusiasm which she demonstrated in developing a public appearance portfolio made her an ideal choice for this special honor, and

Whereas, Jenny Boquet’s designation as Miss Achievement Ambassador 2000 was well deserved and recognized the skillful and professional manner she employed in developing her portfolio, now therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives:

That the General Assembly is pleased to congratulate Jenny Boquet of Hinesburg on winning the Miss Achievement Ambassador 2000 award, and be it further

Resolved: That the Secretary of State be directed to send a copy of this resolution to Jenny Boquet in Hinesburg.