Showing posts from February, 2010


January 2010 turned out to be a busy month of performing for the elegant ladies of the NEW JERSEY CAMEO CLUB. As a result, NJCC SHOWCASE DIRECTOR Delores Puzio declared the month of February as a time for everyone to get some well earned rest and relaxation. It turned out her timing couldn't have been better, since this month has made the history books as being the worst winter on record for most of the nation. Meteorologists across the country have reported record snowfalls in 49 of our 50 States. So, even though some of our lovely ladies may be in warmer climates at this time, they may still be experiencing record low temperatures as well. As we all dig out from under, let us not forget that VALENTINE'S DAY is tomorrow. Here's wishing all of our readers a wonderful and special day spent with loved ones. In closing, here is a thought for the day that I found from the internet: HEALTH is the greatest gift, CONTENTMENT is the greatest treasure, CONFIDENCE is the great


Last month was an exciting time for MS NEW JERSEY SENIOR AMERICA STATE PAGEANT DIRECTOR, JOHANNE SANTORI. The following interview in Q & A format is an account of her involvement with this year's MISS AMERICA PAGEANT. Q: When and where was the pageant held? A: At the fabulous Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. The pageant and related activities lasted 12 days. The final pageant was held on Saturday, January 30th, and was televised nationwide on TLC cable channel. Q: What is your title, and could you describe your job? A: I am a hostess. The 53 contestants are divided into groups. My partner and I took care of 9 women. As hostess, I am responsible for the welfare and comfort of the women in my group. I make sure that my girls understand their daily schedule, which include rehearsals, and other activites and events during the 12 days of the pageant. Q: How many years have you been involved with the MISS AMERICA organization? A: 20 years. In 2006, when the organization moved to Las V