One year ago, I was completely dumbfounded to be named Miss Georgia Pre-teen! It was my first year with NAM, so I am so excited to be an inspiration to contestants who are competing for the first time, in addition to those who have pursued their dream for years. I learned that with hard work, confidence, and a genuine heart, you can do anything!
A few of the highlights throughout my year have been a super fun rainy-day photo shoot with my sister queens, meeting the band 5 Seconds of Summer, volunteering at my church’s local soup kitchen, and making lasting memories with my family at Nationals, where I was blessed to place in the Top Ten.
I could not have achieved everything I did this year without my incredible support system. Huge thanks go out to Mr. Matt Leverton and his fantastic staff, my sister queens, Daddy and April, Momma and Greg, my sweet siblings, all of my wonderful grandparents, uncles, and most importantly God. It clearly takes a village to raise a child!
National American Miss has taught me about the importance of serving one’s community, and it has been an honor to use my title for that purpose. I have enjoyed every moment of this phenomenal experience; it is one that I will always treasure.
Cinderella’s advice is worth quoting: “Have courage and be kind.” With this, you can achieve your dreams.
Miss Georgia Pre-Teen, Samantha Sayer, prepared meals in Midtown Atlanta. Samantha spent her day off of school preparing and serving meals to people in need. It is part of Samantha’s mission to see to it that everyone has a healthy meal each day.
2015 Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Samantha Sayer donated school supplies. Samantha delivered over 20 backpacks and 2 boxes full of school supplies to Cumming First United Methodist Church on Tuesday morning for distribution to Forsyth County schoolchildren through Backpacks of Love.
Samantha Wethel, National American Miss Georgia Princess Queen, went to Hammond House Assisted Living Home in North Augusta, to talk about Heart Health and Blood Pressure.
Samantha Wethel, Miss Georgia Princess, went to Hammond House Assisted Living Home in North Augusta, to talk about Heart Health and Blood Pressure. Samantha was there along with a pharmacist from Walgreens talk to the residence. Samantha ended the talk with what she learned in school about having a healthy heart and gave each one the the residences Valentine Cards she hand made and bears. On Valentines Day she went to Westwood Nursing home and gave all the residences Valentine Cards and bears. She really enjoyed visiting with the residents.
Samantha has gone to the Ronald McDonald House and delivered stuffed animals as well as did a yard clean up with them.
Samantha has gone to the Ronald McDonald House and delivered stuffed animals as well as did a yard clean up with them. Samantha had a wonderful visit with our Mayor Deke. She will be going to a benefit for a little girl Emma who has cancer and will be raising money to help with her medical expenses and with any other expenses she has.