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Pam Clark: Ms. Wheelchair Virginia 2004

2nd Runner-up: Ms. Wheelchair America 2005

Pam Clark Chosen Ms. Wheelchair Virginia 2004

We are proud to announce that Pamela Clark of Martinsville is the new Ms. Wheelchair Virginia 2004-2005, March 13, 2004.

Pam, 39 years old, has her Master’s Degree in “Curriculum and Instruction.” She will receive her Doctorate Degree in “Education Administration” in Spring, 2004. She has taught kindergarten through community college courses. She currently serves as the coordinator for the Piedmont Tech Prep Consortium and continues to serve on local, state, and national boards for education, civic, and business duties. Pam’s platform is Education, Awareness, and Accessibility.

Pam’s disability resulted from a spinal cord injury during a motorcycle accident.

Pam Clark: Ms. Wheelchair Virginia 2004
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Her slogan is “I Believe” and she identifies herself as positive, hopeful, spiritual, hard working and happy. She enjoys singing, exercising, horse back riding, traveling, church, modeling, spending time with family and friends, watching sports and being from Martinsville, a race car fan!

Pam is available for guest appearance and speaking engagements as an Ambassador for Virginians with Disabilities.

Ginger Quillen from Waynesboro is First Runner-up and Melissa Yancy from Grottoes is Ms. Congeniality! There were thirteen contestants competing.

Pam will represent Virginia at the 32nd Annual Ms. Wheelchair America Pageant July 27-Aug. 1, 2004 at the Marriott in Richmond Virginia!

 

 

Ms. Wheelchair Virginia is a non-profit organization that focuses on the accomplishments of disabled Virginians. Our mission is to educate, advocate and raise awareness of the abilities and needs of our disabled. But more importantly, to inspire and motivate Virginians as a role model of courage and perseverance.

Join us as we “Celebrate Life!”

Please visit our website at www.mswheelchairva.com

 

 

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