Madison Lemoine competing to be Miss Minden

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Contestant 3 Headshot (2)webMadison Lemoine is the daughter Brian and Lela Lemoine and is a 17-year-old senior at Glenbrook High School.

She is captain of the Glenbrook Varsity Cheerleaders, an All-District member of the Glenbrook tennis team, and the 2014 Apache Princess.

Leadership activities in which she is involved include being a member of National Honor Society, serving as a Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership delegate and junior counselor, and participating as a delegate in Louisiana Girls State this past summer.

Madison enjoys attending cheer tumbling and co-ed stunt clinics, and plans to try out for the LSU Cheer Squad where she will be attending college as an accounting major in the fall.

She also enjoys singing, and has studied voice for four years under the direction of Alicia Dubois. Madison will perform for her talent a vocal selection.

Madison’s platform, Supporting Special Olympics through Volunteerism, allows her to assist kids with special needs through the joy of playing sports.

The Miss Minden Pageant will be at 7 p.m., Saturday at the Minden Civic Center.


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