National American Miss Florida Queens Race for the Cure in Miami!
Kentucky Pre-Teen Queen Brooke Halsey at the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure.
Kentucky Pre-Teen Queen Brooke Halsey at the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure. She had a great time racing for the cure, and was so happy to be there with this organization. She got to meet a couple of news anchors from their local news as well as Chad Warrix the lead singer for Halfway to Hazard. Brooke was so happy to be able to support such a great organization and had a wonderful time.
2012 Miss South Carolina Pre-Teen Queen Felicia McGill volunteered at a race sponsored by Doctor’s Care, the race promoted overall health awareness.
2012 Miss South Carolina Pre-Teen Queen Felicia McGill volunteered at a race sponsored by Doctor’s Care, the race promoted overall health awareness. She helped set out safety cones along the main road which were used to assist the runners with staying on course during the race. She also got to be a “traffic guard”, she held up a stop sign to make sure oncoming traffic didn’t turn onto the road where the participants were running. When runners fell behind and got off course Felicia helped guide them back onto the race route. The best part of all was she got to cheer the runners on and help encourage the runners that had fell behind in the race. After the last participant crossed the finish line she attended the awards ceremony. Runners thanked her for encouraging them, it was a rewarding feeling because she didn’t do it to be recognized. At the conclusion of the event Felicia helped pass out bottles of water, fruit and informational goody bags.
Abigail Satter North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen at Race for the Cure. She was very happy to be able to help with such a worthy cause.
Jaymason Mease, National American Miss South Carolina Princess Queen, volunteers at Race for the Cure.
Jaymason Mease, Miss South Carolina Princess volunteers at Race for the Cure. It was an amazing opportunity and she was happy to be able to be part of the Race for a Cure, Susan G. Komen event in Greenville, South Carolina. There she volunteered at the information booth, handing out free gifts and informative packet regarding breast cancer along side her new friends from Clemson University.
Former NAM Queen Mallory Ervin and her Father making the Amazing Race
Former National American Miss Kentucky Queen National Talent winner, and her father and contestants on the current season of the Amazing Race. Check out the link to their page: http://www.cbs.com/primetime/amazing_race/cast/17/gary-and-mallory/