Scanlan appears at book signing
Miss America 2011 Teresa Scanlan says keeping a busy speaking and appearance schedule while going to school has made her realize she will need a full four years to complete her undergraduate degree.
Scanlan, who was at the Scotts Bluff Public Library to promote the book "Keep it Simple", says gradually progressing through Patrick Henry College in four years and then three years of law school, hopefully at Harvard, is her current timetable.
Scanlan has always said she would like to be a criminal prosecutor here at home but jokingly said she might think about politics, run for Congress and "ask Adrian Smith to run for something else."
Scanlan was appearing at the book signing with Cheyenne authors Steve Bahmer and Ron Rabou of Cheyenne. Scanlan wrote the forward to the book and was inspired after attending a local seminar conducted by the authors. The book talks about getting back to core values, taking individual responsibility, and in the authors' words "common sense"
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