December 7th, 2013
Macy Moyer, 2013 National American Miss Tennessee Junior Teen Queen, has always enjoyed her time at the Boys and Girls Club as a volunteer. She knew as soon as she won the title of your 2013 National American Miss Tennessee Junior Teen, she would be making a special trip there with all of the books and school supplies she was given. Macy instantly made an appointment to go to the Boys and Girls club, knowing the kids would love it all!
As soon as Macy walked in the door with all of the books and supplies, every child’s face completely lit up. Macy said it was the most amazing feeling. She talked with every child and helped them each pick out a few books, and four items of supplies each. Macy has always enjoyed going to the Boys and Girls club and it has always been fun, but being able to volunteer there, while representing National American Miss, made the experience absolutely perfect.
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December 4th, 2013
Caitlyn Banks, National American Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen met with congressman Austin Scott. She discussed her experience at the Georgia pageant and what she plans to do at the National pageant.
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November 22nd, 2013
Rebecca Markert, National American Miss Florida Junior Teen Queen, volunteered with Little Smiles. Rebecca visited Miami Children’s Hospital with Virginia from the KVJ Radio Show 97.3. Not only did she bring pizza to the nurses, she also had a blast having a nerf gun fight with some of the children. During her visit Rebecca also met a young boy who has had three open heart surgeries and is only four years old. Being at Miami Children’s Hospital reminded her of how lucky she is to be in good health. Rebecca looks forward to more community service projects like this with her title of National American Miss Florida Junior Teen Queen.
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November 16th, 2013
Sabrina Abreu, National American Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, volunteers at the New York National American Miss Pageant. She was able to dance with the contestants during the pageant finale and help with handing out trophies. She had a wonderful time and a really fun experience and can’t wait to help more.
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November 13th, 2013
National American Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Cover Girl Kaitlyn Connell visited with Anchor Blair Miller at WSOC-TV Channel 9. She donated school supplies, books, and stuffed animals that were turned in by all the National American Miss North Carolina participants. All of these items will be donated around town to children who wouldn’t be able to get them on their own.
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November 8th, 2013
Virginia Wyckoff, National American Miss Georgia Teen Queen, volunteers once a month at Project MailCall, an organization committed to sending food and supplies to our troops stationed throughout the world. Here are some pictures from her latest service project and the letter from the organizers, Ed and Mary Ettel. Virginia has enjoyed giving back in her community especially for our service men and women who put themselves in harms way every day for our freedom….Virginia was also featured in an article which appeared in the Marietta Daily Journal, their local paper, on Virginia and the life skills she has learned from being in pageants. Here is the original article, written by Sarah Chambers:
MARIETTA — Virginia Wyckoff of east Cobb — Miss Georgia for the National American Miss Georgia Pageant — never thought she would participate in beauty pageants, let alone hold more that three titles at one time.
But when a pageant consultant approached her after she operated the microphone for a fashion show hosted at her high school, she decided to explore the world of pageantry.
Wyckoff, a 17-year-old rising senior at Walton High School, entered her first pageant, Little Miss Cobb County, in February 2012, and won the pageant in 2013.
“Kim Vaughn, who actually lives just down the street from me, said, ‘You are really great on stage and you should really consider doing pageants,” Wyckoff recalled. “She actually became my coach and helped me to prepare for the National American Miss Georgia Pageant and other pageants I’ve participated in.”
Wyckoff went on to become Miss Marietta in 2013, as well as Miss Georgia for the National American Miss Pageant, which she won in June.
Wyckoff said training for and participating in pageants has helped her perfect many valuable skills, such as public speaking, that she plans to use in the future.
“We do mock interviews, which is definitely very helpful because it helps you to practice talking to interviewers or going on a job interview, which are really great life skills to learn,” Wyckoff said.
Despite being ranked by judges during the pageants, Wyckoff said participating in the pageants has helped her gain self confidence.
“I know pageants have helped me come out of my box and being on stage, having to stand in front of an audience and perform a personal introduction or perform live, I think it’s good practice, and I know that I’ve always had it inside of me, and it has helped me blossom over this year. I would definitely recommend it for any girl,” Wyckoff said.
In addition to her pageant involvement, Wyckoff volunteers in the east Cobb community with a passion for working with children. She works with the children’s ministry at Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church in Marietta, serves as president of Walton Community Outreach, and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity. She also participated in a book drive for elementary school students through NAM, which only requested participants donate one book. Wyckoff donated 212.
“I guess I just love children’s innocence, and because they’re so little they still need someone to depend on and it’s nice for me to be a role model and mentor to them,” Wyckoff said.
Wyckoff and her mother are preparing to travel to Hollywood, Calif., this November for the National American Miss Pageant.
“I don’t ever get nervous, but I feel like right before I go on stage, I get really pumped up and I constantly tell myself it’s going to be so much fun,” Wyckoff said of competing. “It’s all about the fun. I don’t go to win; I go to have fun and make new friends and that’s kind of my self goal that I have that I always achieve.”
As Wyckoff prepares to graduate high school in 2014 and attend a college in Georgia to study acting and performing, she said she does not plan to continue participating in pageants after graduation.
Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal – Miss Georgia finds life skills in pageants
However, The reporter misunderstood her or misquoted her in the last line…Virginia wanted to say that she would not be competing in the Teen level after her high school graduation, but would continue at the Miss level. She also stated that pageants were a wonderful opportunity for young girls to earn scholarship money for college…but that was not published either. But it did represent Virginia well, just a bit of a misunderstanding, still glad to have the article written. To view the original you can check it out at their website,
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November 3rd, 2013
Caitlyn Banks, National American Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, is starting a new campaign, “One Warm Coat” to collect new or gently used coats for people in need to keep them warm in the winter. Coats can be mailed to her at 245 Morgan Ranch Cir, Bonaire GA 31005. Caitlyn was featured in the newspaper for this wonderful mission she has started. What a wonderful way to help others!
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October 31st, 2013
National American Miss Florida Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Sabrina Abreu in a presentation The Mall of the Americas in Miami Florida.
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