Tuesday, September 21, 2010


Rebecca Orsatti, MSNJSA 2010, and the QUEEN'S COURT. From right to left are: Betty Pruitt, 4th ru; Patricia Genovese, 1st ru; Queen Rebecca; Marti Noel-Stier, 2nd ru; Leah J. Whelan, 3rd ru.

The fabulous ladies of the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB surround Queen Rebecca Orsatti, on the boardwalk in Atlantic City's Summer Solstice Parade, on Saturday, June 26.

Rebecca Orsatti, was an honored guest at a Republican fundraiser in Linwood. In the photo, Governor Chris Christie, and Freeholder Frank Formica, acknowledge Rebecca for winning the title of MSNJSA 2010.

Pageant fever has reached its peak these days, as beauty aficionados eagerly await the MS SENIOR AMERICA PAGEANT 2010, an annual pageant for women 60 and over, which will be held during the week of October 3rd through 6th, at Harrah's in Atlantic City. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Senior America, Inc., and organization officials are planning several events to celebrate the occasion during pageant week.

MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA 2010, REBECCA ORSATTI, too, is exhilarated and excited, and has spent the past summer preparing for the upcoming national pageant. As the familiar quote says: "it takes a village to make a child", so has it taken people to help "Becky", as she is fondly known. MSNJSA PAGEANT DIRECTOR, Johanne Santori, has arranged appearances for Queen Rebecca at parades, fundraisers, Atlantic City events, radio and TV, newspaper interviews, and speaking engagements. She and the QUEEN'S COURT have been in several parades statewide. Delores Puzio, Director of the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB SHOWCASES, which is the service wing of the MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA PAGEANT, has booked shows to highlight the current queen, and Rebecca performs alongside her "sisters"throughout the Garden State. These gorgeous and talented ladies of the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB have nurtured and supported Rebecca, since she won the state title.

Rebecca is using her crown and title to "make a difference", and so far, she has found 2 worthy causes to promote: an appearance for the Rotary Club and Just 4 KIDS FOUNDATION, and as judge for the MISS CAPE MAY BEAUTY PAGEANT 2010. She plans to seek out more opportunities to be of service during this year of her reign.

She has received many acknowledgments and citations, for her achievements thus far. The list includes: 1. The Atlantic City Council Members; 2. Mayor of Atlantic City, Lorenzo Langford. 3. The Atlantic County Freeholders Board - presentation by Freeholder Frank Formica. 4. The Atlantic County Executive - Dennis Levenson. 5. State Senator James Whelan. 6. The Assemblymen of Atlantic County - John Amadeo and Vince Polistina. 7. The Governor of New Jersey - Chris Christie.

Whether it be friend, family, Cameo sisters, or politician, everyone knows "Becky" and admires her charm, wit, beauty and gorgeous singing voice. She has captured our hearts with her sweet smile and uplifting spirit, and she is an excellent role model for people in the 60+ generation. She has already ignited people's hearts in New Jersey, and we believe that the national title of MS SENIOR AMERICA 2010 is well within her grasp. We send our love and wish her much luck!

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