Lynnette Cole
American beauty pageant contestant
Lynnette Cole
Lynnette Cole-O'Nan, won the title Miss Tennessee USA in 2000. She went on to become the first woman from that state to win the Miss USA pageant, which was held in Branson, Missouri on February 4, 2000. Cole hails from Columbia, Tennessee and was twenty-one years old when she won the national crown.
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Scheme to tackle anti-social behaviour gets £30,000
Hayling Islander - almost 2 years
A PROJECT to combat addiction and help reduce anti-social behaviour has received a slice of £2.9m lottery funding. Hayling Island Community Centre, in Station Road, has been given more than £31,000 by the Big Lottery Fund. The plan is to extend the community centre and create a ‘hub’ for the island and provide more essential services for local people. New activities and courses – many aiming to give people new skills – will be provided at the centre. Lyn Cole, deputy director at Big Lottery Fund, said: ‘This funding will help people to unlock abilities and skills to improve the lives of local people and their communities.’
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Swizz Beatz debuts new sneaker, TOMS has eyewear - Houston Chronicle (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Also on Friday, Dillard's brings national makeup artist Lynnette Cole to the Galleria store for Pur Minerals. She'll be at the store 10 am- 4 pm Friday for consultations and will give you great tips on summer makeup. TOMS shoe company is branching into
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Struggling City Preps For National Close-Up
NYTimes - almost 16 years
There is something in the air these days, and it is not just the thick white smoke billowing from the few remaining smokestacks in this long-neglected and perpetually struggling industrial city. It is a rare sense of excitement, hope and promise for a city that has had enough bad publicity to last a lifetime. Gary is about to gain the national
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - over 16 years
What's in a Name? A Series Ticket The woman in Row 1, Seat 9, at Yankee Stadium on Sunday night was named JANE HELLER. So was the woman in Row 1, Seat 8. The Jane Heller in Seat 9 (and above, left) was the Jane Heller who wrote ''Name Dropping,'' a novel about two women with the same name that was published this year by St. Martin's Press. To
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