2014 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.
2014-2015 National All-American Miss Jr. Teen Madeline Monlux speaks to her local news station.
2014-2015 National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Tatum Pearlman enjoyed her Memorial Day weekend in Portland, Oregon with most of her National Sister Queens. Tatum not only got to know a whole new group of friends but got to see a great group of title holders crowned! Congratulations to all who competed!
Anna-Grace also met with the Mayors of the towns in Newberry County South Carolina last night. She met with the Mayor Lisha Senn of Silverstreet, SC; Mayor Darryl Hentz of Pomaria, SC; Mayor Derek Underwood of Prosperity, SC ; and Mayor Foster Senn of Newberry. They all wanted to meet with her and wish her luck as she will represent our community & state at Nationals.
Also she met with Mayor Derek Underwood privately as he welcomed her nonprofit thrift store Angels of Grace to the town of Prosperity. She had appeared in an advertisement with her sister in the Newberry Magazine where the Thrift Store had moved to Prosperity. It was featured on page 24 in the September/October edition. Anna-Grace is the ambassador and a volunteer in the non-profit store. She helped it moved and works in the store setting up displays, sorting clothes, and also helping children shop in the store.
After a busy day with school, cheerleading practice & appearances, she stopped by one of her proud sponsors Zesto’s of Newberry to get supper. Mr. Jack the owner knows that their Fried Chicken is her favorite food. They always have their NAM Queen a chicken leg & a milkshake ready.
Baylee Smith SC Pre-Teen Queen and Anna-Grace SC Princess together at Toni Buskers Workshop in Greenville. Anna-Grace attended last year’s MCI event in Nashville and is part of the MCI family.
Julia Rowland, Miss Florida Jr. Teen donates supplies to Project Outreach and is featured by her local news. Julia donated school supplies and books to Project Outreach and attended their back to school bash. Click on the link below to see her news story.
National All-American Miss Pre-Teen Queen Sophia Takla raised over $1000 for The Children’s Cancer Association.
2013 National American Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Hannah Martin says farewell to her year as Queen.
After five years of hard work and dedication, I was overwhelmed with emotion to be crowned your 2013 Miss Kentucky Junior Preteen. It has been an incredible year with many wonderful experiences. I was truly honored to represent my state for National American Miss.
I had the opportunity to meet several community and state leaders. Touring the state capital with my sister queens and meeting Governor Brashear was a great experience.
I loved supporting my community at festivals, parades and fundraising events. I was excited to raise over $1,000 for breast cancer awareness with my NAM bake sale. I also collected books and helped comfort children at the Volunteers of America emergency shelter.
The national pageant in California was amazing. I had so much fun with the contestants and their families at Disneyland. I think my parents had fun too! Seeing the stars on the Hollywood walk of fame and shopping in Coconut Grove was a blast!
I was honored to place second runner up in casual wear modeling and first runner up as the most promising model at nationals.
I made so many new friends this year. Olivia, Miss Indiana, and Maddie, Miss Kansas, you will be my life-long friends. To my sister queens, Aaniyah, Brooke, and Savannah, I am so blessed to have shared this journey with you and you will always have a place in my heart.
A very special thanks to my mom and dad for supporting my dream. You are always encouraging me to do my best and never give up. Thanks to my friend, Gracie, who is more like a big sister. You are always there and even made the trip to California to cheer me on.
Thanks to Matt Leverton for being a wonderful state director and role model for so many young girls. I will remember this year forever.
To my successor, embrace this year and enjoy every moment.
Until next time,
I am your 2013 Miss Kentucky Junior PreteenHannah Martin.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr-Pre-teen Queen, helps raise money for the Children’s Museum of Jacksonville.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr-Pre-teen Queen, helps raise money for the Children’s Museum of Jacksonville by doing glitter tattoos and face painting at Onslow County’s Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is a Community Fundraiser that raises money for the soup kitchen, Women’s Shelter and other outreach programs in her county.
Sophia Takla All American Pre-Teen Queen starring as Ariel in West Sylvan Theater’s production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen visits the Wounded Warrior Family Support Organization.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen visited with the Wounded Warrior Family Support Organization and made a donation to help our Vets. The Wounded Warrior Family will auction the car off at the end of its 48 State Tour and use the money to build houses for Military Vets in Illinois and North Carolina.