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Miss Greater Watertown

Miss Greater Watertown 2015 Natascia Simmone

Past Miss Greater Watertown Winners

Camille Ross
Quinnipiac University, Hamden
Business Administration
Don’t Stop Moving: Encouraging Our Youth to Stay Active
Lyrical Dance

2015 Natascia Simmone
2014 Krystie Seese
2013 Samantha Aquavia
2012 Joanna Shields
2011 Marissa Ranalli
2010 Lisa Nemense
2009 Tiffany A. George
2008 Arielle Polites
2007 Marissa Ranalli
2006 Dana Elaine (Daunis) Hillman - Miss CT 2007
2005 Kristine Welsh
2004 Jacqueline Noel Rowland
2003 Heather Laura Mauriello
2002 Jennifer M. (Watts) Kansler
2001 Catherine (Rusnak) Craig
2000 Pasqualina (Ricciardi) D'Occhio
1999 Heather (Valenti) Miller
1999 Avril Fraser
1998 Sarah (Hiruo) Bourdeau
1997 Jennifer Ardry
1996 Maria Orsini
1995 Krista Cilfone
1994 Maria Orsini
1993 Lisa Ann (Kafchinski) Stack

1992 Allison (Demers) Campagna
1991 Vanessa Logan
1990 Stacy Slater
1989 Cynthia (Ferrante) Walter
1988 Kimberly (Groody) Booksaver
1987 Linda (Piscopo) Witkowski
1986 Holly (Slater) Rubbo
1985 Laura (Birchard) Gallop
1984 Holly (Slater) Rubbo
1983 Dorinda (Bongiolatti) Cuttita
1982 Lisa (Krady) Hymes
1981 Katheryn (Hayes) Encarnacao
1980 Sissel (Wivested) McCarthy
1979 Kathryn Moffo
1978 Suzette Monet Meyer
1977 Lydia Ann Aureli
1976 Jody (Luth) Zambero
1970 Rita (Gedraitis) Corey
1969 Barbara Gorton
1968 Diane Curry
1966-67 Arline (Becker) Theon
1965 Beverly Winterholder
1964 Kathleen Virbila
1963 Linda (Fabian) Bongiolatti

Camille Ross, Miss Greater Watertown 2016, is a student at Quinnipiac University working toward a BS Degree in Management. She is captain of the Quinnipiac University Kick Line while also the office manager and dance instructor at Triple Threat Dance Company. Camille created and runs a healthy living dance program for children at the Boys and Girls Club of New Haven. At the local pageant Camille earned the Talent Award by performing a lyrical dance to “Gold” and is promoting a platform entitled "Don’t Stop Moving: Encouraging Our Youth to Stay Active".