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RCMS Principal Thea Stovell, Town Manager David Murphy, & Pastor Ron Stephenson

JFK School 5th Grade

Secretary of Education, Jim Peyser & Town Manager, David Murphy Visit RCMS

Dr. Suess Readers

The Best Dictionary for Students

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Winners crowned as inspiration abounds

By Andrea Ray | May 06, 2017

Shania Ward

Photo by: Andrea Ray Teen Miss Inspirational victor Shania Ward beams after her piano performance.

MATTAPOISETT — Surfing, dance, drumming, comedy routines. They aren't easy, but they were old hat for the 21 participants in Saturday night’s Miss Inspirational pageant, held at Old Rochester Regional High School.

The program, in its second year, is intended for young women with special needs. Pageant host Jillian Zucco founded Miss Inspirational while looking for a way to help people with special needs to demonstrate their talents and share their stories. Friends, families and supporters packed the audience to cheer the contestants on.

The night began with introductions. Each contestant appeared to say a little bit about herself. While all were confident, some were natural comedians. ...

Shania Ward finished her piano rendition of a Stevie Wonder song with a large bow and equally large smile. …

The final round of the competition was the formalwear round. The contestants donned their favorite dresses to promenade onstage, before the winners were announced.

…Shania Ward swept to victory as Teen Miss Inspirational (ages 13 to 18). …

Zucco said that she hoped the program is intended to help “bring awareness” to the special needs community. “They want the same things we all do, and they want to be included socially," she said.