Stephanie Ramos, National American Miss Kentucky Teen Queen was blessed to be part of a wonderful event called Magical Moments In Louisville,KY. The event was held to give FREE prom dresses and shoes to girls who can’t afford it.
Stephanie Ramos, Miss Kentucky Teen was blessed to be part of a wonderful event called Magical Moments In Louisville,KY. The event was held to give FREE prom dresses and shoes to girls who can’t afford it. Stephanie
was a guest volunteer and speaker. She also collected gowns and shoes in her community and donated gowns and shoes of her own. The event took place at the Paul Mitchell School. After girls picked out a gown and shoes they also got their hair and make-up done for free. As part of Stephanie’s speech, she spoke to girls about self confidence, poise and the many benefits that being a part of NAM brought to her life and can bring to their lives as well. Stephanie had an amazing day and was truly blessed to be part of this wonderful event.
Kentucky Teen Queen Stephanie Ramos was contacted by the Mayor of her hometown Danville KY, because he knew about the community service that she has been doing in her town and surrounding areas.
Kentucky Teen Queen Stephanie Ramos was contacted by the Mayor of her hometown Danville KY, because he knew about the community service that she has been doing in her town and surrounding areas. She has been promoting her platform by being a spokesmodel on the effort of preventing cyber-bullying. Stephanies hometown is very proud of how she is using her National American Miss title. Stephanie was honored by the Mayor and the four commisioners with a Proclamation. The event was televised on her local television station and it was printed in their local paper.
Stephanie Ramos, 2011 NAM Kentucky Teen Queen, has been working with the Dare To Dream Organization. It is a beauty and talent showcase for children with special needs.
Stephanie Ramos, 2011 NAM Kentucky Teen Queen, has been working with the Dare To Dream Organization. It is a beauty and talent showcase for children with special needs. In August she went to her local High School to give a speech to children with special needs on the benefits of doing a pageant and how it would help them. As a result many children signed up and the pageant took place on September 10, 2011. Stephanie was a guest of honor, performed her talent and helped with crowning. All proceeds went to SPAN, Special Person’s Advocacy Network. The event was a success and she loves these children!
Stephanie Ramos, 2011 National American Miss Kentucky Teen Queen worked with Ronald Mcdonald at an event called touch a truck where children where able to get on and touch.
Stephanie Ramos, 2011 National American Miss Kentucky Teen Queen worked with Ronald Mcdonald at an event called touch a truck where children where able to get on and touch.There was an ambulance, a fire truck, a helicopter, all different rescue vehicles that the kids got to experience and play on. Stephanie then had a chance to meet with the kids and get pictures taken with them. What a neat experience to be able to spend some time with the kids and their families. They also got to meet and greet Ronald Mc Donald. There were also face painting, different activities for the kids to participate in and food donated from O’Charley’s. All the proceeds raised went to the Ronald McDonald charities of the Bluegrass.
Stephanie Hall 2009 National American Miss South Carolina Farewell
Wow, I am not even sure where to begin! The past year as your South Carolina miss queen has been the most exciting, enlightening, and rewarding time of my life. It’s hard to believe that time has passed so quickly, but I would not trade the experience for anything! My journey with the National American Miss organization began nearly five years ago, and I have been so impressed with every aspect of the pageant. It has been such a huge honor to represent you all here and at the national competition in California!
My year of reign has been full of exhilarating experiences! I made many new friends during my visits to Skylan Retirement Home. Being involved with the March of Dimes event in Columbia, the Special Olympics in Greenville, and the Carolina Pregnancy Center in Spartanburg could not have been more rewarding.
My platform, raising cancer awareness among young adults, was inspired by my mother’s battle with breast cancer. I can’t tell you how much having this title at this specific time has helped me. Being able to share my family’s story with people and walking in memory of my mom at various Relay for Life events was such a humbling experience. I had the chance to reach out to people I might never have been able to reach otherwise. What a blessing!
Of course, none of this would have been possible without my amazing support group. First I want to thank my family for always believing in me, no matter what. Matt, you are the best state director I could ever hope for! Thanks so much for all your advice and support, (and for making me try sushi–it wasn’t so bad after all!). Mrs. Kunz, thank you for being my “pageant mom,” I don’t know what I would have done without you and MK. I’ll never forget the crazy memories from Nationals! Erin, Riley, Catherine, Monika, Sabrina, and Mary Katherine, we will always be sisters. I love you guys with all my heart!
Lastly, I want to wish all of the contestants the best of luck. Remember, you are winners just for making it this far. You guys are so talented, smart, and beautiful from the inside out. Never let anyone tell you otherwise! And to all the new queens, make the most of every second of your reign. It will be a year you’ll never forget!
Stephanie Hall 2009 National American Miss South Carolina
2009 South Carolina National American Miss Stephanie Hall Changing Lives
While I was at the national pageant I had the pleasure to speak with South Carolina’s Miss, Stephanie Hall. She told me all about the events she has attending and appearances she has made. Below is one special story that she wanted to share.
Visiting the residents at Skylyn Place Retirement Home has been one of my favorite things to do as Miss SC. My first time visiting was a blast! I met many of the sweet residents, took lots of pictures with them, and got to know a little bit about each one of them. I sat down with some of them while they played games and watched television. I made lots of new friends!
We had such a great time on my first visit I was invited to come back for their Christmas party a few weeks later! At the party I visited with some of my new friends, met all of the other residents, and even met some of their family members. Of course, we took lots of pictures, too! I was given the awesome opportunity of speaking to everyone there about myself and my platform, breast cancer awareness. Then we sang Christmas carols and chowed down on some yummy desserts. One lady challenged me to a dance-off to see if she could win my crown! But I told her I’d better not agree to that because she would probably win.
Volunteering with this amazing group of people has been such a rewarding experience! I showed up at Skylyn Place with the intention of encouraging the people there, and they ended up encouraging me! So many of the residents do not ever have visitors, and I really enjoyed spending time with them. The staff is great, too, and I plan on going back very soon!