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North Young Achiever

| Thursday, May 15, 2003

Keisha Lewis

Age: 16

Residence: Cranberry

Family: Parents, Randy and Gail Rava.

School: She is a junior at Seneca Valley Senior High School.

Achievement: Keisha was a winner of the overall title at the 2003 Cameo Cover Model competition in Butler. She also won best head shot for ages 13 and older in the same competition. Keisha has taken modeling classes for the past year. She has modeled at Northway Mall in Ross and has appeared on television and done voiceovers for radio competitions.

Activities: When she's not modeling, Keisha plays the piano and enjoys skiing and snowboarding.

Quote: "Modeling is a lot about how you carry yourself; it's a lot about your personality. I'd like to go to New York some time and see what that's all about. I hope something good comes out of it. I've gotten a lot out of it so far."

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