Shelter officials tell Patch that Annie Lu, who is the 2016 America’s Miss California Junior Teen winner, dropped off seven boxes of food and other animal-related items on Tuesday.
"She held a month long pet food and items drive throughout Burlingame and Millbrae to collect items needed for the shelter pets," Buffy Martin Tarbox says.
In fact, teen rape victims often tell me that bullying during the aftermath of their trauma is psychologically equivalent to or worse than the actual rape itself.
Rape survivors are emotionally re-traumatized which can exacerbate symptoms of depression, PTSD, anxiety disorders, and suicidal ideations.
It was a beauty and talent contest of a different sort that had two local winners.
Two juniors at Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf — Megan Majocha of Plum and Alec Lindsay of Cabot, Butler County — won the recent Mr. Megan and Alec, competing as a duo, went to the competition in Riverside, Calif., after being crowned Mr. To then be crowned the national winners, after competing against seven other schools, felt surreal, Megan says. It was indescribable how I felt the moment I was crowned. It is an amazing feeling to know that I am now a role model for the deaf community and teenagers across the country.” Alec was unavailable for an interview.
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Montana has three sisters and one brother: Melinda, 18, a senior at CSDR who will attend CSU Northridge in the fall; Megan, 16, a junior at CSDR; Miranda, 11, a fifth-grader at Simi Valley Elementary School who will attend CSDR in the fall; and Mack, 8, a third-grader at Simi Elementary.
At this year's pageant, Montana competed against students from nine schools for the deaf.