National American Miss Tennessee Pre-Teen Queen Kimberly Cox volunteers around town.

September 12th, 2014

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Kimberly met some local students atthe Back to School Bash and telling other
kids...Do Not Smoke! She also met with Mayor Howard Bradley, and one of his 
staff members Jodi Ballard, as well as the Springfield Police Chief Thompson.
Kimberly also met with News Channel 4 "Snow Bird"!Kimberly Cox with UT Extension-
4H Agent,Kathy Finley. Kimberly is an active member of 4H participating in public
speaking, talent competitions, and baking. 

Kimberly was invited to volunteer at the Back to School Bash event at Springfield Middle
School with United Way of Robertson County. It is estimated that over 800 children were
present. She posed in photos with the students, and handed out school supplies and books.
Many local non-profits brought school supplies and volunteered as well. Everyone was
excited to hear that she will be representing the county at Nationals this November.
Kimberly was also interviewed by a local newspaper, RobertsonCounty Connection.

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Lexie Spooner, National American Miss South Carolina, Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, was featured in 2 local papers!

September 2nd, 2014

SCMAKING A DIFFERENCE.  Lexie Spooner, National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen for South Carolina, organized a donation drive and bake sale for Friends of Colleton County Animal Shelter.  Using Sweet Dreams, Sewn Seams and Jelli Beans as a drop off location, Spooner collected 30 rolls of paper towels, bottles of Dawn dish detergent, Clorox bleach, pet food and much more. On Saturday July 12, she held a bake sale and raised over $340 for the animals of Colleton County. Lexie, was featured in The Press & Standard and The Colletonian.

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National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Marindia Humbert, attended a scholarship fundraiser.

August 23rd, 2014

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Caitlyn Capre, National American Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Queen, was featured in her local paper.

August 16th, 2014

Caitlyn Capre, National American Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Queen, was featured in her local paper. Check out the article below.

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Lacrissa Lamar, National American Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl, delivered books to Shelby Elementary School.

August 8th, 2014

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Lacrissa Lamar.jpg3Lacrissa Lamar, National American Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl, delivered books to Shelby Elementary School. Lacrissa had the chance to make a class of kindergarteners and first graders very happy at Shelby Elementary School, in Louisville, KY. Shelby Elementary School is one of the low test score schools in the area. Lacrissa went to the class one morning and passed out some books and then read a story to the students. A fun day was had by all!

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Natalie Lawrence, National American Miss Kentucky Queen emceed a local pageant.

August 2nd, 2014

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Natalie Lawrence.PNG3Natalie Lawrence, National American Miss Kentucky Queen emceed a local pageant. She had the opportunity of emceeing and hanging out with all of the contestants. She then had the chance to give them advice and help backstage some.

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National All-American Miss Pre-Teen Queen Sophia Takla raised over $1000 for The Children’s Cancer Association.

July 24th, 2014

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Sophia Fox newsNational All-American Miss Pre-Teen Queen Sophia Takla raised over $1000 for The Children’s Cancer Association. Sophia was honored as a top child fund raiser Feb. 13th at Portland’s Fox 12 News Studios!

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Jeanae Ganther,2013 National American Miss Florida Pre-Teen Queen, gives words of encouragement to this years contestants.

July 9th, 2014

NAM photo 51714Hey Girls, This past year has been unbelievable! I’ve gained so much confidence because of NAM. I’ve met so many talented girls and made some new friends throughout this journey. I’ve volunteered at “Dare to Care” Kitchen, Horizon Assisted Living, donated school supplies to my former elementary school, participated in March of Dimes and Komen’s Breast Walk.I also had the opportunity to travel to Jacmel, Haiti with Hope for Humanity to do mission work and deliver school supplies and personal hygiene items. At state pageant weekend, be yourself, meet as many girls and have fun! At Nationals, you’ll meet more girls and make more friends. We had theme parties each night! We went to Disneyland, Hollywood, and had a Thanksgiving Banquet with the NAM families. Let’s not forget the shopping, dining, mentoring, beauty sleep, and competitions. Enjoy every moment, take lots of pictures. I thank NAM, for the opportunity of a lifetime, especially my State Director, Matt Leverton. Crowned of not, this is a learning experience. Remember, you always take something back with you; it’s up to you to make it positive. To my successor, do not consider winning as the end, but the beginning of bigger and better things.

Good Luck!

Jeanae Ganthier
2013 NAM Miss South Florida Pre-Teen Queen

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2013 Georgia Jr. Pre-teen Queen, Kaitlyn Cole & 2013 Georgia Princess Queen, Summer Hollis were both asked to lead the walk in the Bahamas for Wishes at Sea, a benefit for the Make A Wish Foundation.

July 2nd, 2014

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Georgia Jr. Preteen and Princess Queens.jpg52013 Georgia Jr. Pre-teen Queen, Kaitlyn Cole & 2013 Georgia Princess Queen, Summer Hollis were both asked to lead the walk in the Bahamas for Wishes at Sea, a benefit for the Make A Wish Foundation. The walk consisted of walking around the track 4 times, equaling 1 mile. Approximately 25 people participated in this event hosted by Royal Caribbean Cruises, profiting $250 through the purchase of a t-shirt.

Kaitlyn also wore here sash while visiting various locations in Nassau, Bahamas & Cape Canaveral in Florida.

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2013 National American Miss Georgia Jr. Teen Queen, Olivia Landrum, looks back on her year.

July 2nd, 2014

Abraham Lincoln once said, “It’s not the years in the life, it’s the life in the years.” Believe me when I say that no amount of pageant or interview preparation could have prepared me for the amazing journey this title has taken me on. From the outpouring of love and support from strangers, friends and loved ones, to the countless community volunteer hours I logged, my journey was a fulfilling and rewarding one.
First I collected all of the books and school supplies donated at the pageant last year and distributed them throughout my community. A couple of months later, I was able to collect household supplies from the students at my school and donate them to the troops and their families at the Fisher House in my hometown. Next, I made a trip to the capital to meet out governor. Throughout my reign I also participated in parades with my sister queens, helped out with the NAM staff and traveled 2,052.48 miles across country to compete at Nationals held in Anaheim, California. I cannot help but believe that my overall experience this year was God’s way of truly preparing me for the rest of my life’s journey.
It’s not the crown that defines you, but what you have inside that counts. Remember girls, ‘the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams,’ so dream on.

With Georgia on my mind,

Olivia Landrum
2013 National American Miss Georgia Jr. Teen Queen

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