Special Princess 2018

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Miss Colorado
Special Princess Program

Excitement was high as 26 Special Princesses awaited their once in a lifetime opportunity to walk the runway at the 2018 Miss Colorado Pageant!

The Special Princess Program, started by Trish Morris, President & CEO of the Courageous Faces Foundation, gives girls of all ages and medical differences the opportunity to be celebrated on stage as part of the annual Miss Colorado Pageant. This year’s event was held at the PACE Center in Parker, CO, where smiles were in abundant supply from everyone in attendance including the Special Princess participants, their families, the audience and the wonderful Miss Colorado staff and contestants.

The Special Princesses stole the show as they walked, rolled, danced, twirled, waved and blew kisses on stage alongside each of their Miss Colorado contestants.

Congratulations to all the Special Princesses, you were amazing!

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Seven Day Event Outlook

Color Key
Color Key
Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum(ACC)Albinism(Albinism)Alopecia(AA)Amputation(Amp)Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS)Apert Syndrome(AS)
Aphasia(AOH)Arthritis(ARTH)Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD)Burns(Burns)Caudal Regression Syndrome(CRS)Cerebral Palsy(CP)
Charcot Marie Tooth Disease(CMT)Choroid Plexus Papilloma(CPP)Choroideremia(CHM)Cleft(CL/P)CLOVES Syndrome(CLOVES)Congenital Cytomegalovirus(CMV)
Congenital Melanocytic Nevus(CMN)Cornelia de Lange Syndrome(CDLS)Craniosynostosis(CRS)DiGeorge Syndrome(DGS)Down Syndrome(DS)Dup15q Syndrome(Dup15q)
Dwarfism(Dwarfism)Ectodermal Dysplasia(ED)Epidermolysis Bullosa(EB)Epilepsy(EPI)Fetal Alcohol Syndrome(FAS)Fragile X Syndrome(FXS)
Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome(FSS)General(General)Hearing Impairment(HI)Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome(HPS)Hunter Syndrome(MPS II)Ichthyosis(IC)
Kabuki Syndrome(KS)Marfan Syndrome(MFS)Moebius Syndrome(MBS)Multiple Sclerosis(MS)Muscular Dystrophy(MD)Myasthenia Gravis(MG)
Neurofibromatosis(NF)Niemann-Pick(NP)Osteogenesis Imperfecta(OI)Paralysis(Par)Parkinson’s Disease(PD)Pfeiffer Syndrome(PS)
Prader-Willi Syndrome(PWS)Progeria(Progeria)Rett Syndrome(RTT)Scleroderma(SCD)Scoliosis(Scoliosis)Smith-Magenis Syndrome(SMS)
Spina Bifida(SB)Stevens-Johnson Syndrome(SJS)Sturge-Weber Syndrome(SWS)Toriello Carey Syndrome(TC)Treacher Collins Syndrome(TCS)Tuberous Sclerosis Complex(TSC)
Turner’s Syndrome(TS)Visual Impairment(VI)Vitiligo(Vit)William’s Syndrome(WMS)


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