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Lauren Percy won the top honors at the 7th Annual Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition on Sunday, February 13th.  The Bow High School Junior also won the overall Interview award and was selected by her peers for the Lamontagne Family Congeniality Award.  Twenty-eight contestants competed for more than $3000 in scholarships and the right to compete at the Seventh annual Miss America’s Outstanding Teen in August in Orlando, Florida.  Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Competition is a program for girls 13 to 17 years of age.  It is the little sister program to the Miss America Organization.

The competition took place at the Stockbridge Theatre at Pinkerton Academy’s Spaulding Arts & Humanities Center in Derry.  For more information or to follow Lauren’s travels around the state visit

Award Winners Include
Lauren Percy, Bow $1400 Miss NH Outstanding Teen

$75 Lamontagne Family Congeniality Award
Alyssa Fernandes, Merrimack $500 first runner up
Meredith Padfield, Manchester $400 second runner up
Kathryn Carlson, Derry $300 third runner up
Jessica Avelar, Nashua $200 fourth runner up
Megan Cooley, Auburn $100 Community Service Award
Stephanie Brady, Newmarket $100 Academic Merit Award

Other awards certificate and/or trophy

Preliminary Evening-wear award Lauren Percy, Melanie Konstant
Preliminary Talent award Kathryn Carlson, Megan Cooley
Overall Talent Melanie Konstant (Derry)
Overall Interview Lauren Percy
Non-Finalist Talent Victoria Whalen (Hudson)






Top 10 finalists: Lauren Percy, Alyssa Fernandas, Meredith Padfield (Manchester), Kathryn Carlson, Jessica Avelar, Megan Cooley, Eileen Kelley (Randolph), Melanie Konstant, Jennifer Messina (Derry) Angela Marie Conklin (Bow)

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