for Mrs. Oregon America
I extend my warmest greetings to you. My name is Sarahi Welton, and it is with a sense of honor and gratitude that I share my selection as a contestant for the upcoming Mrs. Oregon America pageant. In the midst of this exciting journey, I find myself eagerly anticipating the opportunity to represent the City of Estacada in the esteemed 2024 Pageant.
Over the past six years, my family and I have been fortunate to call Estacada our home. This time has allowed me to develop a deep and genuine affection for our community. As I prepare to take part in the pageant, my heart is set on not only showcasing the beauty of Estacada but also contributing to its ongoing growth and vitality.
LET'S START MOVING FORWARD
Through various initiatives and partnerships, I aspire to inspire positive change, promote self-confidence, and create opportunities for women to thrive in all aspects of their lives. By leveraging the visibility that comes with a pageant title, I am committed to being a voice and contributing to the betterment of women's lives.
Hey, I'm Sarahi
Mrs. Oregon America 2024 Hopeful
Hi, my name is Sarahi (pronounced like Sarah), and I am proud to hold the title of Mrs. Estacada.
Participating in the Mrs. Oregon America pageant has been an immensely fulfilling experience for me. Embracing the responsibilities that come with the title, I find great joy in advocating for women and domestic violence survivors.
It's a platform that allows me to amplify my voice, raise awareness about critical issues, and contribute to positive change. Through various initiatives and community engagements, I am dedicated to fostering empowerment and creating a supportive environment for survivors.
This journey has not only allowed me to showcase my passion for advocacy but has also provided a meaningful avenue to connect with individuals and make a lasting impact in the lives of those affected by domestic violence. I am grateful for the opportunity to represent not only myself but the collective strength and resilience of women in Oregon.