2016 North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen Campbell Lindquist Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House.
The 2016 North Carolina Sister Queens had their names announced at the Durham Bulls Baseball Game.
2016 Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Campbell Lindquist participated in the 4th of July Parade in Boone, NC.
Here are some pictures of Campbell reading to our local kindergarten class.
The class was studying fairy tales and modern day princesses. Campbell got to talk about what it meant to be a “real princess”…kind…caring…
As I look back on this amazing journey, I have so many people to thank. My parents, who have been my support system, my guiding light through every year in life and with NAM, I love you and could not thank you enough. All my supporters and sponsors through the years who have been there every year, I could not have done it without you. Everyone who encourages me to keep moving forward toward my dreams, I will continue to make you proud. Through my foundation in the works “Keeping Faith” I will extend my journey beyond my NAM reign and continue to serve others in need. From Bullies 2 the rescue a Bulldog rescue organization or help to raise money for Rett Syndrome with the Ella Foard Foundation. And I will always have a special place for the Ronald McDonald house of Charlotte. I was first introduced to RMH through NAM and have built a wonderful relationship through service. My family and I have served the RMH several times this year but one very special night was this past Christmas Eve, my parents and two friends cooked and served dinner and dessert to everyone in the RMH. It was a very heartwarming experience. I am thankful for all I am blessed with in life, I will remember this journey forever and all the friends I have made along the way.
“In order to succeed, we must believe that we can.”
Faith Anne Yeley
My name is Jessica Johnson, the reigning Miss NC Pre-Teen Queen. I am 11 years old, in the 5th grade at Highland Creek Elementary in Charlotte, preparing to graduate and attend Northwest School of the Arts, majoring in theatre. Some of my school accomplishments include:
* News crew
* Safety Patrol
* Genius Hour
* Accelerated Reader
* A Honor Role
My hobbies are playing with our dog Miles, swimming, and traveling.
I aspire to be an actress & singer.
During my reigning year I have done many exciting things:
* Volunteered to help at a Benefit to honor those who lost their lives at Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC.
* Gave backpacks out at a back to school drive
* Volunteered at The Ronald McDonald House
* Met Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Congresswoman Alma Adams
* Sister Queens & I participated in the MLK Jr. Parade in Charlotte
* Sister Queen Faith Yeley & I appeared on Good Day Charlotte & WBTV News
* My family & I traveled to Anaheim Ca., for Nationals and had an AWESOME time!
My advice to my successor is to live every moment to the fullest, have fun with this title because the year goes by fast. Always be yourself, dream big, and work hard because if you do these things I promise you will go far.
I have truly enjoyed my year as your Miss NC Pre-Teen Queen. I will never forget this time and I thank my Director Matt Leverton for all the experiences & opportunities my title has afforded me.
North Carolina Queens participated in Martin Luther King parade. Miss North Carolina Pre- Teen Jessica Johnson, Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Mikayla Smith and Miss North Carolina Teen Sally Hennessee were happy to be involved in the Martin Luther King parade in Charlotte North Carolina.
2015 Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Jessica Johnson attended the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Gospel Choir and Spiritual’s performance of the special concert honoring the nine people killed at the Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, SC. Jessica was instrumental in helping serve lunches to the volunteer choir and musicians prior to the concert. They served about 120 people and Jessica performed duties that involved food service and clean up with her friendly, sweet smile and ease of discussing different topics with our performers. At the appointed time, Jessica stood at the front door with the head usher, welcoming attendees to this very special and somber concert. Her presence and smiles provided such special qualities to those entering the church: hope for the future, welcoming as only a child can do with innocence and love. Jessica added such a specialness to this concert. Jessica performed these tasks with ease and comfort and great poise. She took direction well, understanding immediately what was being asked of her. Choir members, musicians and those attending the concert, were so taken with her. Jessica provided some salve to the wounds of the people of Charleston, something she didn’t even realize she did. The Choir was very grateful to this beautiful young lady and wish her great success in her future endeavors.
2014 Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Nikya Hightower volunteered with the Child Advocacy Center. She volunteered for the Child Advocacy Center as they launched their 8th annual American Girl Fashion Show for a good cause. Nikya volunteered several days which included helping the girls with fittings, and two days of the show while the girls waited to hit the runway. She volunteered along with recently retired first female judge of Cumberland County, North Carolina, Beth Keever. She really enjoyed talking with the girls before the show. 2014 Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Amaris was a participant in the fashion show.