2014 Junior Pre-Teen National Cover Girl Lacrissa Lamar volunteers once a month at St. Matthew.

Lacrissa Lacrissa2 Lacrissa3 Lacrissa4 Lacrissa5 Lacrissa62014 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.

Tennessee Princess Ava Lowe met with Senator Kerry Roberts.

Ava Lowe Ava Lowe.jpg2 Ava Lowe.jpg3 Ava Lowe.jpg4 Ava Lowe.jpg5Tennessee Princess Ava Lowe met with Senator Kerry Roberts. Ava received a special gift from Senator Kerry Roberts before going to Nationals as well as an invitation to be his special guest on the floor of the Tennessee State Senate.  The gift she received was a very special Tennessee Blue Book, the Blue Book is orange because it is dedicated to Pat Head Summit, former head coach of the University of Tennessee Lady Vols basketball team. She visited the Senate floor on January 25, 2016, although she was out of school for a snow day, she definitely got her history lesson in thanks to Senator Kerry Roberts and his wife Diane.  She received a wonderful tour of the capital, was introduced on the Senate floor as Senator Roberts’ special guest and she also got to sit in on a committee meeting.

South Carolina Princess Saylor Porcaro met with Congressman Mark Sanford.

Saylor Saylor2South Carolina Princess Saylor Porcaro met with Congressman Mark Sanford. He sent Saylor a really nice letter congratulating her before she competed at Nationals.  Saylor also had a chance to meet with all of the Florida  Queens when visiting Orlando.  They met during a visiting royality appearance and have been friends since! That’s what NAM is all about…making new friends and experiences.

Miss Kentucky Teen and Pre-Teen attend the 5th annual SHINE Disabilities Formal.

KY Queen KY Queen.jpg2 KY Queen.jpg3 KY Queen.jpg5 KY Queen4Miss Kentucky Teen and Pre-Teen attend the 5th annual SHINE Disabilities Formal. Miss Kentucky Pre-Teen Landry Feldmeier and Miss Kentucky Teen Becca Osborne were among the celebrity guests on the red carpet for the 5th annual SHINE Disabilities Formal. They had the pleasure of greeting guests who came from miles around to attend this special night for adults with developmental disabilities. The evening allowed for photos, dancing, dinner, games, karaoke, a salon, and a whole lot of fun designed to help make each and every attendee feel special and have a night to SHINE!  Each year the event grows and this year was no exception with over 1000 in attendance. Landry and Becca thought it was such a pleasure to see the smiles on everyone’s faces as they truly had a blast!

Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Tymia McCullough collects and donates books!

 

SC SC2Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Tymia McCullough collects and donates books! Tymia had been collecting book and had the opportunity to give them to her local pediatric office for the kids. While she was there it was brought to her attention that her local pediatric office did not offer books for a variety of ages, so she decided to make this her mission in giving back. Tymia was able to help children pick a book that they would like. Tymia was able to inform the staff on how important it is in helping children find a book to better their education.

Leanndra Thompson 2015 Miss Kentucky attended the Lexington Heart Ball.

Miss KentuckyLeanndra Thompson 2015 Miss Kentucky attended the Lexington Heart Ball. The Lexington Heart Ball was put on by the Lexington Heart Association which is a benefit dinner to help raise money and awareness for heart disease. Today is also International Wear Red Day to show support for women’s heart health; which is why she wore a red dress! Her hair and make up were done by Jacqueline Smither who was the 2013 National American Miss Kentucky Teen and is now a hair and makeup artist for Paul Mitchell. Leanndra met her at her first NAM state pageant and they have been friends ever since. Leanndra loves how NAM has brought her life long friends like Jacqueline!

Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen Carla Lombardo helps create a library and was featured in her local newspaper.

 

Carla Lombardo featured in local paper

Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen Carla Lombardo helps create a library and was featured in her local newspaper.

2015 Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Jessica Johnson attended the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Gospel Choir, honoring those killed at Mother Emanuel Church.

DSC02233 Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen-Jessica Johnson volunteering at Emanuel AME Church Benefit Concert luncheon Miss North Carolina pre-Teen-Jessica Johnson with Mr. Lee Pringle producer of concert Miss North Carolina pre-Teen-Jessica Johnson-volunteering at Benefit Concert for Emanuel AME Church Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen-Jessica Johnson-with Ushers at Emanuel AME Benefit Concert2015 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.

Miss South Carolina Teen Hunter Vaughn helps the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster.

Hunter Hunter2 Hunter3Miss South Carolina Teen Hunter Vaughn helps the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster. Hunter
used part of her winnings to purchase items for the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster.  The Women’s Enrichment Center ministry provides a safe and caring environment for women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. They offer practical alternatives to abortion and support the sanctity of human life.  They educate clients on all options available to them. They also offer referrals for continued education and job assistance.  All services are FREE and confidential.  The Women’s Enrichment Center is funded by the generous contributions of churches, individuals, businesses, fundraising events and grants.