Spencer Petty, Miss Tennessee Teen, organized a fundraiser for girls! Spencer, organized a fundraiser at Chick-fil-a as the Tennessee Director for Miss Amazing Pageant. The Miss Amazing Pageant is a pageant for girls with disabilities. There were five girls crowned as queens in their age divisions. All five queens are committed to attend Nationals in July. The National pageant will be held in Los Angeles, California.
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.
Miss Tennessee Teen Queen Spencer Petty and Tennessee Pre-Teen Queen Kimberly Cox met with Tennessee’s Governor Bill Haslam. The girls had a great time going to the capital and meeting Governor Haslam, it was a neat outing and very educational.
Spencer Petty, Miss Tennessee Teen and Director, of an inspiring 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Tennessee Miss Amazing Pageant. The mission of the Miss Amazing Pageant TM is to provide opportunities for girls and young women with disabilities to raise self-confidence through the skills learned in pageantry in a supportive environment. Even though this organization had been around since 2007 in 20 other states, it had not been held in Tennessee. So Spencer brought the first Miss Amazing pageant for the young ladies with disabilities in Tennessee on Saturday, Jan 3 and Sunday, Jan 4, 2015. After competing in National American Miss pageants for nine years she knew what pageants had done for her in increasing her confidence and she wanted to offer this same experience to young ladies with disabilities. They successfully reached their goal for the first year by:
Shelby Beloate, Miss Tennessee Teen, was featured in her local paper. Read the article to learn more about our Tennessee Teen Queen!
Jalynn Sims, Miss Tennessee Princess met with
Governor Bill Haslam. She was very excited to share this experience
with everyone. She met with him about school and sign language.
It was amazing experience for Jalynn .
Jalynn Sims,Miss Tennessee Princess, helped support
Autism Speaks! Jalynn walked on the Chattanooga Fashion Week Runway!
Jalynn had a great time and was happy to help with such a good cause!
Jalynn Sims,Miss Tennessee Princess Queen,has been donating time
and supplies around town. Jalynn has been busy since her crowning late July.
She has donated all her school supplies, made a guest appearance at St. Jude
Rodeo, visited McKamey Animal Shelter, where she donated lots of food and
toys to the animals as well as adopted her very own kitten Maddie.
Miss Tennessee Pre-Teen Kimberly Cox volunteers around town.
Kimberly met some local students atthe Back to School Bash and telling other
kids...Do Not Smoke! She also met with Mayor Howard Bradley, and one of his
staff members Jodi Ballard, as well as the Springfield Police Chief Thompson.
Kimberly also met with News Channel 4 "Snow Bird"!Kimberly Cox with UT Extension-
4H Agent,Kathy Finley. Kimberly is an active member of 4H participating in public
speaking, talent competitions, and baking.
Kimberly was invited to volunteer at the Back to School Bash event at Springfield Middle
School with United Way of Robertson County. It is estimated that over 800 children were
present. She posed in photos with the students, and handed out school supplies and books.
Many local non-profits brought school supplies and volunteered as well. Everyone was
excited to hear that she will be representing the county at Nationals this November.
Kimberly was also interviewed by a local newspaper, RobertsonCounty Connection.