Miss South Carolina Teen Hunter Vaughn helps the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster.

Hunter Hunter2 Hunter3Miss South Carolina Teen Hunter Vaughn helps the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster. Hunter
used part of her winnings to purchase items for the Woman’s Enrichment Center of Lancaster.  The Women’s Enrichment Center ministry provides a safe and caring environment for women who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. They offer practical alternatives to abortion and support the sanctity of human life.  They educate clients on all options available to them. They also offer referrals for continued education and job assistance.  All services are FREE and confidential.  The Women’s Enrichment Center is funded by the generous contributions of churches, individuals, businesses, fundraising events and grants.

Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Spokesmodel Damacia Howard was a guest speaker for the middle school girls of “Destiny’s Daughters of Promise.”

20150825_190636_resized_1 20150825_190724_resized_1 20150825_190957_resized_1Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Spokesmodel Damacia Howard was a guest speaker for the middle school girls of “Destiny’s Daughters of Promise” Barber Middle School chapter. She encouraged, inspired and invited them to join her in her community project, “Books for Africa”. Damacia met with the girls from Barber Middle School, the Director of Destiny’s Daughters of Promise Lorraine Thomas and Dr. Barbara Swinney Assistant Superintendent Elementary School Leadership & Learning Cobb County Schools.

Samantha Sayer, Georgia Pre-Teen , met 5 Seconds of Summer!

Samantha SayerSamantha Sayer, Georgia Pre-Teen, met 5 Seconds of Summer!  Samantha had the awesome pleasure of meeting the Australian group before their sold-out show in Atlanta. They group was very polite and Samantha was able to use her speaking skills while talking with the band and one member told her she was “incredibly well-spoken,”definitely the highlight of her meet and greet!


Julia Rowland, 2014 Miss Florida Jr. Teen has words of blessings for this years contestants!

Julia Rowland Julia Rowland.jpg2 Julia Rowland.jpg3 Julia Rowland.jpg4 Julia Rowland.jpg5 Julia Rowland.jpg6 Julia Rowland.jpg7 salvationarmyFrom the moment being crowned as National American Miss Florida Junior Teen, to writing this letter to you in anticipation of crowning my scuessor, I am beyond blessed and grateful for the moments that have made up this memorable year. Throughout my reign I have experienced countless opportunities that I will never forget. With a passion for helping others, I devoted my time to volunteering in my community with Project Outreach, Volunteer Services for Animals, The Salvation Army, and many other organizations. In an effort to lift the spirits of our Active Duty Military, I have organized my own non-profit organization called Harvest for Heroes. I was beyond shocked to receive a letter of appreciation from our troops as well as a plaque including a photo of them with a flag that was flown in my honor over Bagram, Afghanistan. In addition, I was able to emcee the American Girl Doll Fashion show in support of the Palm Beach Literacy Collation. I was able to travel across my great state of Florida during open calls and training sessions in search of our next state finalists.

I would like to thank National American Miss for shaping me into the woman I am today and for the wonderful friendships I have made. My life would have never been the same without the amazing opportunities I have received.

To the contestants: Congratulations and good luck! This is your moment to shine. Believe in yourself and follow your dreams! You are all winners regardless if you take home the crown or not!!

It has been an honor to represent such a wonderful organization. I will forever be a part of the NAMily.

Your 2014
Miss Florida Junior Teen
Julia Rowland

Hannah Jacks, Miss South Carolina Jr. Teen Queen, says farewell to her year of service!


Dear Contestants,

Congratulations, and welcome to the Miss South Carolina Pageant! I am truly looking forward to meeting each and every one of you. This weekend is going to be very exciting and an adventure you will always remember!

Being Miss SC Jr. Teen has been such a blessing to me. It allowed me the opportunity to volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House Charities, making pop tab bracelets, which helped to raise money for the organization. I also volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters at their Bowl for Kid’s Sake and helped at the spring 2015 Special Olympics. All the while, meeting some amazing people along the way!

Going to Nationals in California is an experience I will never forget! From competing with the best of the best to touring the streets of Hollywood, my time at Nationals is something I will treasure forever! I can honestly say I have made friendships that will last a lifetime.

Remember to always smile, have fun, and make as many new friends as you can. Above all else, believe in yourself. You are already a winner!

As my journey comes to an end and a new one begins for one of you special girls, I wish you all the best life can bring!

Wishing you the Best Always,

Hannah Jacks

South Carolina Princess Queen Anna-Grace Reep volunteered at the South Carolina March of Dimes.

Anna Grace Reep Anna Grace Reep.png2 Anna Grace Reep.png3 Anna Grace Reep.png4 Anna Grace Reep.png5South Carolina Princess Queen Anna-Grace Reep volunteered at the South Carolina March of Dimes. Anna-Grace walked with her best friend and classmate Abby Carter who was the ambassador for Newberry County March of Dimes event. Anna-Grace was part of her school team Newberry Academy. Her school team raised the most money and won an award. March of Dimes is a charity that has touched Anna-Grace as her best friend Abby and her older sister Bethany were both premature babies. 

Caitlyn Capre, Miss Georgia Pre-Teen, met with the Governor and toured the Capitol!

Caitlyn Caitlyn.jpg2 Caitlyn.jpg3 Caitlyn.jpg4Caitlyn Capre,  Miss Georgia Pre-Teen, met with the Governor and toured the Capitol! Caitylyn met with Georgia Governor Deal. She also had a chance to talk with a group of girls who were on a school trip. She spoke with them about National American Miss, volunteering in the community and her ambition to become an actor. Caityln also had the chance to go on the floor of The House of Representatives. Also, Caitlyn had the opportunity to meet with the founder of Bully, a campaign to fight against bullying.

Caitlyn Capre, Miss Georgia Pre-Teen, leading a parade.

CaitlynCaitlyn Capre, Miss Georgia Pre-Teen, leading a parade. Caitlyn lead the patient parade for the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at the Cumming Fair.

Miss Kentucky Teen Natalie Lawrence raises money for the Alzheimer’s Association of America.

Natalie Lawrence Natalie Lawrence.JPG3 Natalie Lawrence.JPG2Miss Kentucky Teen Natalie Lawrence raises money for
the Alzheimer's Association of America. She recently held a benefit pageant
to raise money for the Alzheimer's Association of America! It was a huge success
and raised $625 for a great cause! It was held in memory of her grandpa, Charlie

Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Marindia Humbert, attended a scholarship fundraiser.

Marindia Humbert2Marindia Humbert,  Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-teen, met with Scott Chadwick, the mayor of Swansboro, NC. They met at the annual scholarship fundraiser. It was a great experience for Marindia.