Newly crowned, Maryanna Hatcher, National American Miss South Carolina helped at the Georgia state pageant. Maryanna got crowned as the Miss Queen in Greenville, South Carolina. She then jumped right into serving and volunteering by heading to the Georgia state pageant in Atlanta, Georgia.
2014-2015 National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Tatum Pearlman enjoyed her Memorial Day
weekend in Portland, Oregon with most of her National Sister Queens. Tatum not only got to
know a whole new group of friends but got to see a great group of title holders crowned!
Congratulations to all who competed!
On August 16, 2012 the National American Miss Kentucky Royalty were recognized at the opening ceremonies of the 108th Kentucky State Fair and were also invited to attend the opening ceremonies reception by the state fair board.
On August 16, 2012 the Miss Kentucky Royalty were recognized at the opening ceremonies of the 108th Kentucky State Fair and were also invited to attend the opening ceremonies reception by the state fair board. Among those in attendance were Alexis Blakely Wise- Kentucky Princess , Logan Hornback- Kentucky Preteen, Tyra Sengkhamyong- Kentucky Jr. Teen and Megan Alisa Webb- Kentucky Teen. The ladies had a chance to meet and talk with Governor Steve Beshear, Lt. Governor Jerry Abramson and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer as well as other state dignitaries. After the reception, the ladies took on the midway and walked around the fairgrounds proudly supporting National American Miss and even stopped to see the famed talking Freddy Farm Bureau.
NAM Oregon Princess Queen Gabriella Torkornoo volunteered at the Oregon state fair
Oregon Princess Queen Gabriella Torkornoo volunteered at the Oregon state fair as a greeter and handed out programs on Aug. 28, 2009. She enjoyed being the official greeter at the front Gate on opening day of the fair. This State fair marked Oregon’s 150th anniversary! Gabriella handed out programs and got her picture taken for the local newspaper. It was a long day standing in the rain at times, but the happy face never left this 5 year old. That same evening she was invited to hand out winning ribbons at the horse show that was held at the fair. The emcee of the show commented that he was impressed at how comfortable and professional she seemed while getting her pictures taken with the winners and their horses. He said “Not many adults, let alone children I’ve seen are that comfortable standing next to a horse”. Gabriella’s mother told me “I was happily surprised to see Gabriella act so professional and enjoy what she was doing. It seemed like she was an old pro at it. What a great feeling it is to see your child blossom right in front of your eyes! What a joy it is to watch them find something they are really good at and enjoy! Thank you NAM for giving Gabriella this opportunity and allowing me to see her run with it!”