Carla Lombardo featured in local paper
Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen Carla Lombardo helps create a library and was featured in her local newspaper.
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!
Early Detection Leading to Success: Ella Osborne Crowned Miss Oregon. Check out her article!
Julia Rowland, 2014 Miss Florida Junior Teen Queen, started her reign representing South Florida by donating school supplies and books to Project Outreach and she attended their Back to School Bash. Julia was also featured in her local news, check out the link below to read the story.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE. Lexie Spooner, Miss Jr. Pre-Teen for South Carolina, organized a donation drive and bake sale for Friends of Colleton County Animal Shelter. Using Sweet Dreams, Sewn Seams and Jelli Beans as a drop off location, Spooner collected 30 rolls of paper towels, bottles of Dawn dish detergent, Clorox bleach, pet food and much more. On Saturday July 12, she held a bake sale and raised over $340 for the animals of Colleton County. Lexie, was featured in The Press & Standard and The Colletonian.