National American Miss 2015 Kentucky Pre-Teen Cover Girl, Amanda Isaacs, volunteers with Neighborhood House.

August 16th, 2015

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Neighborhood House is a non profit place where children of all ages can go during the day and get a free meal, get educated on things to help the kids with life.  All the children that go there are taught how avoid different pressures of life and a safe place to express themselves and to just be kids.  Amanda, has volunteered several times at this house and enjoys meeting with the kids and being a positive influence in their lives.

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2015 National American Miss Oregon queens at the Jr. Rose Parade!

August 13th, 2015

Oregon Queens2015 National American Miss Oregon queens at the Jr. Rose Parade! Oliva Haugen, Jr. Teen Queen, Shayla Montgomery, Pre-Teen Queen, and Isabella Ellsworth, Jr. Pre-Teen joined the Jr. Rose Parade in Portland.

Each year the Junior Parade features unique themed sections celebrating elements of Portland’s community and parts of every kid’s life. Everyone gets a time to shine in the Junior Parade!

The 2015 Junior Parade has two sections celebrating elements of Portland’s community and how cool it is to be a kid. In Procession of the Species presented by Laurelwood Public House, kids dress up in their favorite animal costume and roar, quack and purr. Our Best Friends presented by Mud Bayshowcases the great friendships that Portland children get to form inside and outside of the classroom.



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2014 National American Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen Nikya Hightower volunteered with the Child Advocacy Center.

August 9th, 2015

American%20Doll%20Fashion%20Show IMG_0822 IMG_0826 IMG_0827 IMG_08302014 National American Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen Nikya Hightower volunteered with the Child Advocacy Center. She volunteered for the Child Advocacy Center as they launched their 8th annual American Girl Fashion Show for a good cause. Nikya volunteered several days which included helping the girls with fittings, and two days of the show while the girls waited to hit the runway. She volunteered along with recently retired first female judge of Cumberland County, North Carolina, Beth Keever. She really enjoyed talking with the girls before the show. 2014 Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Amaris was a participant in the fashion show.

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Kimberly Cox National American Miss TN Pre-Teen Queen has been busy volunteering around town!

July 14th, 2015

Kimberly CoxKimberly is an active Pre-Teen from Tennessee. She recently
performed the role of Fannie in A Southern Christmas Carol
with the Robertson County Players. Kimberly has been a 
member of this theatre group for 6 years, and loves singing
and performing on stage. 
She was later invited to volunteer at a fundraiser pageant
for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. She worked registration,
organized contestants, and had the privilege to crown and award 
the winners. 
This Valentine season, Kimberly gave back to her community by
visiting with residents at Springfield Heights with United Way.
She delivered valentines with candy, and enjoyed playing bingo.
This NAM Pre-Teen is a proud representative for United Way of
Robertson County. 
Some of her exciting appearances include a recent trip to the
State Capitol, where she met Governor Bill Haslam, and attending
NAM Kentucky state open calls. At open calls, Kimberly met many
future contestants aspiring to gain confidence and leadership
skills, just like she has.
Kimberly is an involved 7th grader at Greenbrier Middle school.
She is a 4.0 student, member of beta club, and student council.
She mostly enjoys spending her time playing softball with her 
team, the Lady Cats.

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National American Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen welcomes this years contestants!

July 2nd, 2015


Dear amazing contestants:

I have done so much since becoming Miss Georgia Junior Preteen Queen. I volunteered to play the harp at the DeKalb County festival, a back to school news expo and the Ronald McDonald House. It was so much fun meeting several public officials. I served food at Tour de Pink, a race that raises money for breast cancer. It was so much fun volunteering and spending time with elderly. I even let the elderly (including the men) try on my crown.

Being Miss Georgia has meant so much to me. I was proud to represent Georgia and I was so happy that Senator Isakson blogged that meeting me as Miss Georgia made his day. National American Miss has given me so much confidence and many opportunities. I hope it does the same for all of you.

I wish all of you the best of luck while you are competing. I hope you make many new friends, have a lot of fun and enjoy the experience. Always remember that you don’t need a crown on your head to be a queen.

Gabriela Norwood, Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen

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Gabriela Norwood, National American Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, visits the Yellow Brick House.

July 1st, 2015

Gabby Gabby.png3 Gabby.png4 Gabby.png5 Gabby.png6Gabriela Norwood, National American Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, visits the Yellow Brick House. The Yellow Brick House is a  Quality Assisted Living For Seniors. Their mission is to serve seniors in a safe, comfortable, pleasant homelike environment where they may live with security, dignity and courtesy and family members have peace of mind knowing their loved one is cared for by well trained and attentive staff.

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Amaris Shipman, 2014 National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, welcomes this years contestants!

June 25th, 2015

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Your North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen 2014, has been busy making a difference in her community this year. I’ve donated schools supplies for students of Cumberland County Schools, participated in a walk for ALS, volunteered at a “Kidtopia” event, rang the bell for the Salvation Army, collected “Toys for Tots,” donated books to assist with literacy efforts, and assisted in raising over $35,000 for my local Child Advocacy Center. I’ve also sang the National Anthem during basketball games and a 2015 graduation ceremony, met the Mayor, rode in parades, and made many other appearances this year. I can’t believe it’s all coming to an end shortly…..
Winning the state queen title was one of my personal goals and I will always cherish that moment. Through my efforts I’ve shown that it doesn’t matter how old you are, we can “All” make a positive impact on others if we try. I’ve learned that anything is possible with hard work and determination.
I would like all the contestants to understand that you are your biggest cheerleader and biggest competitor. You have a busy weekend ahead that will be packed with fun! Remember to always stand Tall, bring a big Smile, and let your inner light Shine. You are All STARS!
To the new North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, your year is almost here! Be bold, be brave, be positive, and most of all be YOU!
Amaris Shipman
North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen 2014

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Nikya Hightower, National American Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen, looks back on her year in service!

June 24th, 2015


It has been a wonderful journey being your National American Miss North Carolina Pre- Teen Queen. I have met so many nice people along the way. Receiving my Letter of Recognition from the Mayor at a city hall meeting was really a great feeling. I have enjoyed every moment of volunteer work and charity events that I have been a part of. The March of Dimes, the ALS Walk, The Child Advocacy Center, “Rip the Runway” held in Spring Lake, North Carolina which was a kids fashion show hosted by the Chamber of Commerce, to benefit the Boys and Girls Club, “Kids Rock The Runway” for North Carolina Fashion Week held in Fayetteville, my hometown, to benefit Meals on Wheels, the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, and donating the books and school supplies to my community church.

I had a great time at Nationals and met lots of new friends that I still keep in touch with. That was my first time in California and I really had a blast.

I would like to thank NAM for all your help and support, and I would like to wish my successor the very best. It has been a great experience to serve my community and to represent the Great State of North Carolina.

Love to All,

Your 2014 Miss North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen


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North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen and Pre-Teen Queen walk to defeat ALS.

June 23rd, 2015

Amaris Amaris.jpg2 Amaris.jpg3North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, Amaris Shipman and North Carolina Pre-Teen Queen, Nikya Hightower participated in a walk to defeat ALS in Fayetteville, NC. The walk was done to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something they care about.

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Lexie Spooner, National American Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, welcomes this years contestants!

June 18th, 2015

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Dear South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen contestants,

I am your 2014 Miss South Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen state queen. Since I was crowned queen last summer, I have done so many exciting things to make a difference in my community. I became a volunteer at my local animal shelter and have helped out a lot with the animals. I also organized a supply drive and bake sale. It was so fun and exciting to see how many people cared about the animals. I helped to raise over $350 and a truckload of supplies for the animals. I also have been a part of other fundraisers for the animal shelter.

Being a state queen has meant a lot to me. I now have a responsibility to be a positive role model to other girls. Earning this title has made me more confident with myself and has taught me so many lifelong skills.

If I could offer any advice to other girls in this pageant, it would be this: Always, always stay true to yourself and have confidence in who you are. It can be scary getting up in front of people you don’t know, especially if you are a little country girl from a small town like me! Always hold your head high and wear your invisible crown. I wish the best of luck to you, not only on your pageant weekend, but in everything that you do!

Sincerely Yours,

Lexie Spooner

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