Miss Kentucky Princess Isabel Young, Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Caroline West, Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Landry Feldmeier, Miss Kentucky Jr. Teen Emily Greenwell, and Miss Kentucky Teen Rebecca Osborne spent time at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky. The girls got to meet with Governor Beshear. They had a wonderful time at the Capitol and seeing different ways the government works.
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.
2015 Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Landry Feldmeier helped at Georgetown Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation home. Landry co-hosted a Princess Bingo at Georgetown Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation home. She helped to shop for prizes and called numbers for the residents. The residents with the most Bingos were named “Bingo King and Queen.”
Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Landry Feldmeier attended a Mommy and Me Manners and Tea! Landry greeted the attendees and helped with demonstrating etiquette during the tea party lesson. There was also a demonstration by Jessica Taylor from P.A.T.H. encouraging the young ladies to embrace the girl inside of them and be proud of who they are. They were asked to say something they liked about themselves. Fun was had by all and a portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to a local charity.
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.
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.
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.
Kimberly Cox, Tennessee Pre-Teen Queen, has been representing National American Miss well! She recently performed the role of Fannie in A Southern Christmas Carol with the Robertson County Players. Kimberly has been a member of this theatre group for 6 years, and loves singing and performing on stage. She was later invited to volunteer at a fundraiser pageant for Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Kimberly worked registration, organized contestants, and had the privilege to crown and award the winners.
During Valentine’s Season, Kimberly gave back to her community by visiting with residents at Springfield Heights with the United Way. She delivered Valentines with candy and played bingo. Kimberly is a proud representative for the United Way of Robertson County.
Some of Kimberly’s other exciting appearances include a recent trip to the State Capitol, where she met Governor Bill Haslam, and also attended the NAM Kentucky State open calls. At the open calls, Kimberly met many future contestants aspiring to gain confidence and leadership skills, just like she has. Kimberly is an involved 7th grader at Greenbrier Middle school. She is a 4.0 student, member of beta club, and student council. She mostly enjoys spending her time playing softball with her team, the Lady Cats.