Irelyn Jean Potts, Miss Kentucky Princess, rode in the Memorial Day Parade.
Miss Kentucky Princess Irelyn Jean volunteers around town and helps her community.
Miss Kentucky Princess Irelyn Jean volunteers around town and helps her community. Irelyn, and a group from church, volunteered at her school. She helped clean up garbage that was under the bleachers, not the most glamorous job but she did it with a good attitude! Also Irelyn delivered two boxes of school supplies (from pageant weekend) to the D.O.V.E.S of Gateway Women’s Shelter (for domestic violence). There are many kids who stay in the house with their mothers and are always in need of supplies. She gave one of her dolls to a little 2 year old staying in the house. Irelyn also has been doing a Bible club group with her church, with a group of women and kids every week for the past 4 weeks. Irelyn came to read the story of Noah, made rainbows with the kids while they talked about the promises of God. She also spent time playing with the kids outside.
Irelyn Jean, 2014 Miss Kentucky Princess, visited Lakeside Christian Academy.
Irelyn Jean, 2014 National American Miss Kentucky Princess Queen, visited Lakeside Christian Academy.