Mackenzie Dove of Clarenville
Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador 2013/2014
1st Runner-up - Elizabeth Hicks, Carbonear
2nd Runner-up - Regan Burden, Port Hope Simpson
Isabella Ashley Spirit of Giving Award - Bailey Tarrant, Lawn
Labrador Iron Mines Academic Excellence Award - Naomi Russell, Bell Island
New World Fitness Health Living Award - Tana Genge, Anchor Point
Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Award - Kathryn Findlay, Port aux Basques
VOCM Cares Charitable Activity Award - Mackenzie Dove, Clarenville
MMSB Environmental Awareness Award - Elizabeth Hicks, Carbonear
Reid Music Talent Award - Rebecca Davis, Paradise
Model Shop Spirit of Youth Award - Jennifer Brown, St. John's
Provincial Airlines Community Pride Award - Celina Butler, Conception Bay South
WE ARE SO PROUD
Ben J. King photo
The Isabella Ashley Spirit of Giving Award
The Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Program is honored to introduce a new award to our growing list of scholarship offerings. Known as the Isabella Ashley Spirit of Giving Award, it will be presented to the participant who raises the most money for charity. All money raised by this year's participants will be donated to Ronald McDonald House. Isabella Ashley was the Honourary Patron of the Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Program, but sadly passed away on December 7, 2012 at the age of 91. Crowned the first ever Miss Newfoundland in 1936, Mrs. Ashley was also the mother of 13 children. She was a woman with a genuine spirit of giving and compassion and we are so delighted to be presenting an award in her memory. Applicants for the 2013 Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Program are encouraged to begin their fundraising efforts. The sky is the limit when it comes to fundraising - all it takes is creativity, imagination and a desire to want to support a great cause!
We celebrate youth who make this province ROCK!
The outstanding achievements of young people enhance the perception of youth, and raises community awareness of the positive contributions they make. Each candidate is given the opportunity to strengthen their self-esteem, public speaking and interview skills, as well as their perspective for community and environmental awareness. They also grow individually and learn to communicate with confidence.