By Senators Fain, Braun, Frockt, Litzow, Jayapal, and Rolfes
WHEREAS, The Miss Auburn Scholarship Program is the leading community-based scholarship competition of its kind in the state; and
WHEREAS, The Miss Auburn Scholarship pageant is an official preliminary to the Miss Washington and Miss America pageants; and
WHEREAS, The goal of the Miss Auburn Scholarship Program is to inspire accomplishments and motivate personal achievement in young women and promote young women's education and community involvement; and
WHEREAS, Seventeen year old Cami Werden was crowned Miss Auburn out of a pool of nine remarkable contestants; and
WHEREAS, Sixteen year old Jaclyn Seifert was crowned Miss Auburn's Outstanding Teen; and
WHEREAS, Cami is a senior at Auburn Riverside High School and will graduate with honors this spring; and
WHEREAS, Cami hopes to pursue a degree in communications and someday become a tour director for a museum or a national park; and
WHEREAS, Cami sang an emotional rendition of "There's Always Me" from the American jukebox musical "All Shook Up"; and
WHEREAS, Cami competed on the platform of breast cancer awareness--which was very personal because her grandmothers have faced the disease; and
WHEREAS, Jaclyn is a sophomore at Kennedy Catholic High School and hopes to study psychology and business in college; and
WHEREAS, Jaclyn has been singing and playing the piano since she was young, and sang a powerful rendition of a Puccini opera; and
WHEREAS, Jaclyn competed on the platform of combating teenage depression;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Washington State Senate recognize and support the good work of the Miss Auburn Scholarship Program; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be immediately transmitted by the Secretary of the Senate to the Miss Auburn Scholarship Program; Cami Werden, Miss Auburn 2016; and Jaclyn Seifert, Miss Auburn Outstanding Teen 2016.
I, Hunter G. Goodman, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 8727,
adopted by the Senate
February 25, 2016
Secretary of the Senate