N.C. crowns princesses

Posted June 19, 2008

— Rebecca "Charli" Rosenburg, 7, of Benson was crowned Miss North Carolina Princess Thursday as part of a week of competition tied to the Miss North Carolina pageant.

Rebecca, a third grader at Four Oaks Elementary School, will perform a clog routine Saturday night during the state pageant finals in Raleigh.

Remy Young, 10, of Belmont, was named Miss North Carolina Outstanding Teen Princess.

Remy will dance to "Castle on a Cloud" at the finals of Miss North Carolina's Outstanding Teen pageant Friday.


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  • Here kitty kitty Jun 20, 2008

    Wait, teen princess? She's only 10. Did I miss something?

  • dmccall Jun 20, 2008

    Yes, pathologic, as in caused by a manifesting _psychiatric_ and _social_ disease, animaenagerie. I'm a doctor, I think I know what "pathologic" is.

  • animaenagerie Jun 19, 2008

    dmccall and everyone else who does this: the definition of "pathologic" is "caused by or altered by or manifesting disease". I'm not sure what you were trying to say, but I'm going to keep flogging this horse: If you can't spell a word, or don't know what it means, don't use it. Thank you.

  • JohnDeereGirl Jun 19, 2008

    Sports can be just as negative as pageants. I have seen them both. Pageants helped my daughter, she's hearing impaired and proved that she could do anything. It's the parents that makes pageants/sports a postive thing.

  • bella Jun 19, 2008

    Way to go Charli! Congrats to both girls.