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Thank you Ksana and Jodi for supporting me! :two_hearts:@dancinghippo27 @wowfactorsports A post shared by Mikayla Holmgren (@mikholmgren_inspiring_others) on Nov 25 2017 at 10:37pm PST She won the Spirit of Miss USA Award and the Directors Award in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant this past weekend which selects the states representative at the national Miss USA pageant"I was super shocked I was in tears" Mikayla told BuzzFeed News "I went from a special needs pageant to the biggest pageant in the world Its kind of crazy"Holmgren who has been dancing since she was six years old is a current student at Bethel Universitys Inclusive Learning and Development program and hopes to graduate in 2018 She also works as an ambassador for Best Buddies a nonprofit organisation that helps people with disabilities build relationships and life skillsShe decided she wanted to take on the Miss Minnesota pageant after winning Minnesota Miss Amazing a pageant for women with disabilities in 2015 and her achievement speaks for itself"I wrote that she had Down syndrome and thought they would pass her by but they decided they wanted her to be a part of it" Holmgrens mum Sandi told Buzzfeed "I didnt realise it was part of the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageant and it took me a few weeks to realise the enormity of it and what a big deal it was for her to be in"A shocked and delighted Holmgren proved popular with the audience and the judges alike receiving a standing ovation from the audience and being chosen to receive two awards Great friends supporting me Thank you so much for coming tonight @avakarlstad @elise_karlstad_ @mod_grace :heart::heart::heart: A post shared by Mikayla Holmgren (@mikholmgren_inspiring_others) on Nov 25 2017 at 10:28pm PST "You make people smile every time you talk cheer smile and dance" Denise Wallace Heitkamp executive state director said as she presented Holmgren with the Spirit Award "You exude the spirit of Miss USA by always being true to yourself and putting others first You have selflessness humility and the ability to overcome obstacles with a smile on your face and excitement in your heart"Holmgren says she wants to blaze the trail and show a different side to Down syndrome where women and girls with developmental disabilities can take part in the same beauty and talent competitions as other women"I want to do some modeling and more dancing" Holmgren said "I have a big future" Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News Us news InspirationalA: Pagoda dogwood has an interesting branch structure giving it an Oriental miniature tree appearance Several possibilities could cause the symptoms you’re seeing The lower parts of certain branches could have been injured by rabbits voles or sunscald last winter Shrubs sometimes have enough energy to leaf out but then injured branches wilt by mid-summer when they can no longer function normally Injured tops can often be pruned back severely in early spring and the shrub will regrow better than everAnother possibility is a disease called pagoda dogwood golden canker The fungus disease turns parts of branches golden yellow contrasting with the normal reddish-brown color Prune affected parts during winter and sterilizer pruning shears between cuts to prevent fungal spreadQ: I’m not successful in mulching perennials for extra protection during winter Everything I’ve used blows away and I can’t keep the plants covered Of course the worst part is when the snow cover doesn’t remain How can I be more successful – Teri Smith Reile’s Acres NDA: Protective winter mulch should be between 12 and 24 inches thick using straw leaves peatmoss compost or shredded wood products Mulch should be applied after plants have "hardened" from freezing temperatures with some frost in the soil usually in late October or early November Applying too early can cause problems The goal is to keep the perennials gently frozen protected from extremely low temperature exposure and from fluctuating freeze/thaw 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