We’re all interrupted in life, and it’s inevitable. But it’s how we pick ourselves up again, and how we use those interruptions to learn and grow to become the biggest, boldest, best version of ourselves.
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KENOSHA, Wisconsin – What an amazing time we had Sunday! Not even the weather could keep us from celebrating Kenosha. Here’s a great recap of the concert from my friends at Kenosha News: WATCH NOW: Miss America and Kenosha native Laura Kaeppeler’s star-studded Celebrate Kenosha event weathers storm
I had the opportunity to sit down with “The Morning Show” host Gregory Berg on WGTD-FM Kenosha, about the scholarships available at Carthage College, my time as Miss America, and more!
Twenty-five inspiring and motivating stories about real people with real health interruptions.
The most overlooked factor to health is twofold– people don’t know enough about it, or how to get started.
I was fortunate to have a chance to be involved with the Miss Kenosha pageant in 2017 at St. Joseph Catholic Academy’s Arneson Auditorium.
If you’re a Kenosha student applying for college, take a look at Carthage College and the Kenosha scholarships that are available.
I look back fondly on my time as Miss America 2012, including the people that helped shape me into the person I am today.
The first ever Celebrate Kenosha concert Sunday August 29 at Pennoyer Park was a smashing success; the kind of feel-good, keeps-you-smiling mix of music, stories and memories that is tailor-made for a Sunday afternoon in the park.