Looking back on their common experiences this summer, three young Roseburg women agree there’s more to pageants than crowns and scholarships. “I got a lot out of (the competition), even though I’m not a pageant kind of girl,” said 17-year-old Hannah Truitt, who competed for Miss Oregon after being named Miss Umpqua Valley. “I didn’t expect to get so much out of pageants. It was a growing experience.” Truitt and Miss Douglas County Brooke Painter were in the Miss Oregon Pageant in June in Seaside. Also that week in Seaside, Miss Douglas County Outstanding Teen Cassidy Smith was third runner-up …
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