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The Accomplishments
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Teens ®

Miss Teen Oregon International®

Prescilla DeLaRosa

What Superhero would you like to be and why?
I was born in the largest city The City of Roses Portland, Oregon. Famous for street food carts, bridges and the Rose Festival Parade.

What according to you is a true friend?
When, I was 5 years old. I traveled for four days by car with my parents to visit my dad's family in Durango, Mexico. Where I learned spanish and to wash clothes by hand. I am the youngest of four sisters. My third oldest sister and I were on an all boys soccer team together. Which lead me into my love of sports. T-Ball in elementary school and competitive cheerleading in High School.

How do you handle criticism?
I, lost both of my grandmas one to pancreatic cancer 23 days after diagnosis and the other to stomach cancer. When I was in eighth grade, my mom was diagnosed with Cervical Cancer. Which sparked my interest in volunteering at Pancreatic and "Free to Breathe" lung cancer walks.

When was the last time you tried something new?
At age fourteen, I took over being a paid Secretary for my dads General Construction Contracting Business. Where I am responsible for Completing Written Construction Estimates, Legal Binding Contracts and other Secretarial duties. I have earned fourteen awards from Elementary to High School. Also nominated by the public for a Youth Activist Helpful Humanitarian Award.

Do you think crying is a sign of weakness or strength?
When I was 10 years old. I went with my mom to Cosmetology School. I found a love for Cosmetology. I currently study Cosmetology as a High School Elective. When I Graduate High School. I will receive two Honor Cords for completing Mastery Levels in Cosmetology and Spanish. After High School, I plan to attend one year of Beauty School and Earn a 2 Year Degree in Bible Ministry.