National American Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, Jeanneil Rogerson, shared the Christmas spirit with some deserving folks. Jeanneil delivered 13 food boxes to St. Francis Shelter. St. Francis’s Shelter helps the homeless and people living on a limited income. Jeanneil used the money she won at Nationals to purchase all of the items and was happy to be able to fill all of the boxes with money she has earned!
Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen and Princess at the Gladstone Cultural Parade. Jeaneil Rogerson, Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen and Ella Osborn, Oregon Princess had a great time representing National American Miss at the Gladstone Cultural Parade.
Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl Faith Anne Yeley
got right to work!Faith Anne and her family loaded up her dads truck with
as many boxes of school supplies that would fit the night she was crowned
Jr. Pre-teen Cover Girl and queen’s court 1st runner up for the state
of North Carolina.Faith Anne and her family started sorting through boxes and
organized all the supplies into categories. Once they were through sorting,
they had enough supplies to fill at least five classrooms or more! Thank you
to everyone who donated supplies the weekend of the Winston-Salem pageant!
You helped make a difference in so many children’s lives in need!Thank you to
A Child’s Place for being that resource for children in need. Faith Anne
looks forward to working with this organization more in the future.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE. Lexie Spooner, Miss Jr. Pre-Teen for South Carolina, organized a donation drive and bake sale for Friends of Colleton County Animal Shelter. Using Sweet Dreams, Sewn Seams and Jelli Beans as a drop off location, Spooner collected 30 rolls of paper towels, bottles of Dawn dish detergent, Clorox bleach, pet food and much more. On Saturday July 12, she held a bake sale and raised over $340 for the animals of Colleton County. Lexie, was featured in The Press & Standard and The Colletonian.