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Intelligent, active, charming, hard worker, caring
words describe the character of Megan Weber, Miss Teenage America for 1998. A
vivacious 17 year old from Zanesville, Ohio, Megan has traveled the world, excelled in
scholastics, held numerous offices in school, and worked hard to achieve her goals.
Megan has walked the Great Wall of China, toured Paris and
London, visited the Coliseum in Rome, and been given a private tour of the White House,
followed by a visit with Hilary Rodham Clinton. The next great adventure will be attending
school at Antioch College this fall. Her interests include theater, politics, law, and
quantum physics. Among her varied activities, she has volunteered nearly 600 hours with
the Red Cross, spent time with the Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity, Drama
Club, and French Club. She also has been involved with the Future Business Leaders
of America (FBLA), Junior Class President, Key Club, SADD, Spanish Club, and the
Zanesville Community Theater.
Megan is a 3.5 scholar, a member of the National Honor Society,
National Science Award winner, Whos Who in American High School Students, FBLA State
Leadership Conferences 1996-1998, and U.S. Achievement Academy All American Scholar.
She insists that being Miss Teenage America is not winning a
pageant it is winning a scholarship program. The contest is based on travel,
community involvement, volunteer work, essay writing, and many of the other aspects in her
Just another pretty face? Hardly!!! She is also a student
of Shorin Ryu (Karate), a pilot in training, and a terrific young lady who cares about the
world around her and the people who occupy it.
NOAC and the greatest Scouts in the World welcome Megan Weber to
Iowa State University!
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