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.
Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen, Amaris Shipman, was featured in Up & Coming Weekly as a model for the “American Girl Fashion Show” hosted by the Child Advocacy Center of Fayetteville, NC. The show is being held to benefit Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention Programs. This is Amaris 2nd time being selected to participate and volunteer her time to support the efforts of the Child Advocacy Center. National American Miss makes positive impacts on communities.
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Niyah Smith, National American Miss North Carolina Princess Queen, donated books at the Jordan Child and Family Enrichment Center.
Niyah Smith, 2013 Miss North Carolina Princess has been handing out the donations given to her at the National American Miss North Carolina pageant. She donated some of the books she received to the Jordan Child and Family Enrichment Center. The Jordan Child and Family Enrichment Center is dedicated to helping children who have been through revolving short-term foster placements, who were born addicted to drugs, and who’ve suffered abuse and neglect. Niyah also read to a group of children, ages 4-5, at the Center. When she was done she got to tell the kids all about the National American Miss pageant that she won. She was very excited and enjoyed her day very much!