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Miss Michigan Princess 2009-2010

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S: Miss Michigan Princess 2009-2010 Sophie Lewis

BC: It's the little things that make life beautiful

FC: Miss Sophie Lewis NAM Princess 2009-2010

1: It's the little things that make life beautiful

2: Troy, MI The Crowning July 2009

5: Getting Ready to Shine!

9: Sister Queens are Friends for Life!

12: Miss Michigan Princess Photo Shoot!

13: Smiles Are Contagious!

14: Bath Days Parade Summer 2009

16: Bavarian Festival Parade Summer 2010

18: Michigan Queens help Dogs Find Homes!

19: Little Miss Michigan Go Mikayla! | Miss Michigan 2009 Nicole Blaszczyk

20: Volunteering at Ele's Race It was so fun! 2009 | Collecting Pop Can Tabs at Ronald McDonald House.

21: So was running my own food Drive to help the Lansing Area food Bank!

23: NAM Queens Work at the Ronald McDonald House in Detroit, MI

24: Time For Nationals!

25: Visiting Disney and Rocking at the 50's Party.

27: You Make My Sun Shine

28: Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice...

29: "Little girls have a magic all their own."

30: A Day Visiting the Capitol. Governor Granholm was so nice!

35: Miss Michigan Princess

39: So much fun meeting the Miss Michigan competitors.

41: Guest Royalty at the Illinois Pageant 2009

42: Sister Queens Having Fun!

44: OPEN Calls in Michigan 2010

45: The fun of being a girl

46: Visiting the Senior Home in Brighton, MI.

47: The girls sang and entertained!

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Heather Lewis
  • By: Heather L.
  • Joined: over 6 years ago
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About This Mixbook

  • Title: Miss Michigan Princess 2009-2010
  • Sophie's year reign as Miss Michigan Princess.
  • Tags: sophie
  • Started: over 6 years ago
  • Updated: over 6 years ago

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