2014 Junior Pre-Teen National Cover Girl Lacrissa Lamar volunteers once a month at St. Matthew. Lacrissa goes to St. Matthew every 3rd Sat to volunteer giving out food.
Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Covergirl Amanda Isaacs spent time at Kosair Children’s Hospital. Amanda visited the hospital and gave out books. Kosair is a children’s hospital where most kids are sick and or have serious issues, like cancer. Amanda met with one of the major Doctors there and some employees who work hard to help these kids are their families. Amanda was able to visit with some patients. She really enjoyed her time visiting with some patients and families. There was one girl in particular who was older but really enjoyed having Amanda visit her. She has a rare form of cancer and is missing her senior year in high school and will spend most of the year at the hospital. It was a good visit and the kids really enjoyed their visit and the interaction with Amanda.
very disadvantaged backgrounds. She was able to speak to the staff about National American Miss and
the values that it promotes. Along with that, Madisyn donated some of the supplies
that we rounded up at the National American Miss Georgia state pageant. The school was very grateful and assured Madisyn that the supplies would be put to good use. She also had the privilege to join
the team in prayer for the upcoming school year. She really enjoyed hearing how
the staff is planning a year filled with success for their students!
2015 Kentucky Pre-Teen Cover Girl, Amanda Isaacs, volunteers with Neighborhood House. Amanda went to the Neighborhood House, located at 201 N.25th Street, Louisville, Ky. 40212. She gave out over a hundred books collected at the pageant in Louisville, Kentucky on June 5-7. She took lots of pictures and had a ball.
Neighborhood House is a non profit place where children of all ages can go during the day and get a free meal, get educated on things to help the kids with life. All the children that go there are taught how avoid different pressures of life and a safe place to express themselves and to just be kids. Amanda, has volunteered several times at this house and enjoys meeting with the kids and being a positive influence in their lives.
Hello! I’m Charlotte Reece, your 2014 Miss Miss North Carolina Princess Cover Girl. The moment the crown was placed upon my head, my journey to help with the fight against cancer started. I organized a team named Charlie’s Crown that raised money for the Relay for Life of Davie County and setup a fundraiser at my school. I also won Top Model in my division and was selected by Toni Busker and Tracy with R. Tracy Photography to attend the MCI event in Nashville, Tennessee. Now I am signed with a model and talent agency. The title Miss North Carolina Princess Cover Girl has opened so many doors for me and I am forever thankful. I want to wish all the contestants in the 2015 National American Miss North Carolina pageant the best of luck and God Bless!
Lacrissa Lamar, Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl, helped at the Training Session in Louisville. Lacrissa came to the Crowne Plaza to help at the training sessions for new contestants competing at the Kentucky State Pageant. She helped with personal introduction and welcoming all of the contestants and their families.
Dear National American Miss Oregon Contestants,
I would like to say welcome to an exciting and unforgettable weekend! This weekend will be a time to make friends, rock the stage, show your talents and best of all feel like Cinderella! The first thing you should do is smile and be yourself! If I have learned anything this year as your 2014 Oregon Teen Cover Girl it’s that there is nothing better than being yourself! I am so excited to meet each and every one of you! It has been nothing short of a dream come true to have had the honor of representing the beautiful state of Oregon as your state teen cover girl!
My favorite memories are getting to meet my sister queens for the very first time, volunteering in my community, attending the Washington state pageant and of course going to sunny California for the National pageant. Where I was blessed with the title of National Teen Cover Model and winner of the National Teen Volunteer Service and other amazing awards! I had so much fun making new friends and making memories.
This year I also got to hold a dress drive to benefit Abby’s Closet to help prom dreams come true, donate food and toys to The Ronald McDonald House and to help with the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure! I have learned so much from my year and I will never forget the memories that I have made and life lessons I have learned!
I’d like to say a huge thank you to my family and friends that have supported me since day one! Y’all are the best cheer section anybody could ask for! Thank you to my amazing sister queens, you are all so bright and beautiful and I am so glad I got to spend my year with you! It truly has been a privilege and I love you all! Thank you to Matt, our state director and his amazing staff for being there to encourage me the whole year. But most of all a HUGE thanks to my mom and dad for always making sure I look and feel like a real life Cinderella!
Good luck and have fun! Brandi Urban
2014 National American Miss Teen Cover Girl
Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl, Lacrissa Lamar, met with Governor Beshear. On March 31, Lacrissa had the opportunity to meet and speak with Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear. She did a great job answering questions he asked as well as asking him questions. She had a great time and really enjoyed this awesome opportunity.
Ella Osborne, Oregon Princess Queen hosted a school supply drive for Friends of the Children, her local Fred Meyer store allowed her to set up. She had fantastic results, collecting more than $2600 worth of supplies. Pretty incredible! Her sister queens, Sophia and Jeanneil also showed up with their own supplies to support the cause and Ella!
The Oregon Queens her Cover Girl attended Race for the Cure. They were the only group placed just after the finish line as the survivors finished the race. This was really special time and showcased exactly what the girls did and how the smiles on their faces really share that feeling. They cheered and congratulated and this particular racer stopped to get a photograph.
They’ve had a few really good group adventures as well, they attended the Beaverton Days Parade, made donations and delivered them to their local Ronald McDonald House,and took place in a formal dress drive for Abby’s closet, which was hosted by Brandi Urban, Oregon Teen Cover Girl.