Saturday, January 14, 2012

Alicia Rossman

For anyone who has stumbled upon this blog...thank you for checking in!  This blog is my scrapbook of just some of my appearances when I competed in the Miss America Program.  You will see a lot of pictures and posts.  I won over $40,000 in scholarships while competing in the Miss America Program.  I was 3rd runner up one year and also won the Miss America Community Service Award and the Miss NH Community Service Award.  I volunteered over 3,000 hours across NH and even made it to Washington D.C., Kentucky, and West Virginia for my platform.  My life is now much different.  I am a Registered Yoga Teacher and teach kids, adults and seniors. I love it!  Life is good :)

Monday, April 25, 2011

Vote here!!!! NASCAR Competition

Hi Friends,
Last weekend I made the top 6 for a chance to sing the National Anthem at a NASCAR race at the NH Motor Speedway in Loudon. 

I need your support, help and your vote--please consider clicking on the link:
and voting for Alicia R.  Please feel free to help out and pass this along to your friends too.

Your help means a lot to me-thank you for voting for me!

Peace and Love, 

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Friday, August 20, 2010

Come support Alicia Rossman as she competes in the Hampton Beach Talent Competition

I hope you can come support me while I compete against 27 other singers for the chance to win $500!!!

Hampton Beach Talent Competition: Seashell Stage

Fri, August 20, 2010 - Sun, August 22, 2010
Come watch talented entertainers compete for cash prizes. 1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200

Semi Finals
28 Senior Competitors on Saturday August 21st 7:30pm

For both Junior's And Senior's Sunday August 22nd 7:30pm

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Spokes Model for Reggie B Productions

I had so much fun this weekend at another Reggie B event!  It was the Isabel Original Summer Fashion Show 2010 hosted by Reggie at the Hyatt Regency in Boston!

If you click on the model section you will see my photo there.  Also if you click on events and then event photos you can go to each event and see all the pictures from the fashion shows that I have been a part of!  Check out the link below!

Hanging out with my friends!

Thais (left), Liz (middle), Me!
Having a fun girls night out in Portsmouth with my friends!  I am lucky they live in Dover which is pretty close to me so I can hang out with them!

Cool Story

I work at Sagamore Hampton Golf Club for my fun job to keep my life sane!  I drive around the course with a cart full of snacks, bear, and soda....coolest job ever.  All it takes is a fun personality and a BIG smile to get a golfers attention :)

So the other day I was working and served a group of 4 on my first time around...the second time around I waited patiently for the guys to finish up their putt.  When they saw me one of the guys yelled "There's my Miss America" made me giggle for a second.  So they came over to my cart and I said to them "how did you know I was a part of the Miss America Program"??  They said "whaaaaat! No way!"  So I asked him why he said it and he said "because you look like Miss America"....what a nice guy!  It's not every day you get someone who tells you you look like Miss America!  Then I told them about the Miss NH Program and how I was Miss Manchester and they all wanted to take a picture with me with their blackberries.  It was a fun day and made me smile!


I bought a surf board!  I have always wanted to learn how to surf since I was in middle school.  I remember going to Florida one year for a family vacation when I was younger and I made my parents stop into the Ron Jon Surf Shop and bought a rash guard shirt even though I didn't surf.  When I was in high school one of my friends let me borrow a board and I took a few lessons from Cinnamon Rainbows in North Hampton.  Through out college I went with some of my girlfriends and finally I bought one!  I have a 7ft 3in Bic board totally for beginners!  The board is indestructible and a great board to start out on.  I bought the board from Tyler at I had a lot of fun with him at the shop.

May 11, 2010 Salvation Army Appreciation Dinner

I was blessed to be invited to the Salvation Army Appreciation Dinner.  I have been volunteering for them for the past 5 years at the Salvation Army in Manchester for their annual toy shop.

The Salvation Army's Toy Shop is designed to assist needy families with gifts and a food voucher for the holiday season.  Through our assistance program; we are able to assure that all children will receive at least four presents to open on Christmas morning and that everyone in the household will be able to share in a special meal that day.  Given that we serve nearly 4,000 children from birth to age 15, we must buy in large quantities and focus on traditional gifts such as board games, trucks, cars and other toys that have general appeal for a particular age group.  Toy drives are greatly appreciated because they provide families with a broader range of gifts from which to choose.  The age group for gifts that are most needed, range from 11-15.  The Toy Shop last year provided gifts to over 1,000 families.

My sister Jessica Rossman ran the Boston Marathon!

Reiki Certified

I am now certified in the First Degree and Second Degree of Reiki through Usui Shiki Ryoho.  I received my certification through Hannelore Moebius, Reiki Master from the Prana Studio for Yoga and Health.  I am not able to practice Reiki!

Reiki is an ancient healing art, which was rediscovered in Japan in the early 1900's by Dr. Mikao Usui.  The Usui-System of Reiki initiation reawaken and reopen the channels with in us.  The healing energy channels through the crown of my head passing through the upper energy centers into the heart center.  From there it flows through the arms and hands into one self for self-healing, or into the receiver's body.

A Reiki treatment restores balance and harmony in the body, bringing a sense of wholeness and well-being.  It works on a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual level.
~Hannelore Moebius