2014-2015 National All-American Miss Jr. Teen Madeline Monlux speaks to her local news station.

2014-2015 National All-American Miss Jr. Teen Madeline Monlux speaks to her local news station.



Miss Tennessee Princess Ava Lowe donates supplies to local Health Department.

Ava2Miss Tennessee Princess Ava Lowe donates supplies to local Health Department. Ava donated school supplies that were donated at the Tennessee State pageant to Robertson County Mayor Howard Bradley and Kelley Harris with the Robertson County Health Department.  The supplies were for Mayor Bradley’s 8th annual Back to School Bash where students can get free school supplies as well as free checkups and sports physicals.

Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Spokesmodel Damacia Howard was a guest speaker for the middle school girls of “Destiny’s Daughters of Promise.”

20150825_190636_resized_1 20150825_190724_resized_1 20150825_190957_resized_1Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Spokesmodel Damacia Howard was a guest speaker for the middle school girls of “Destiny’s Daughters of Promise” Barber Middle School chapter. She encouraged, inspired and invited them to join her in her community project, “Books for Africa”. Damacia met with the girls from Barber Middle School, the Director of Destiny’s Daughters of Promise Lorraine Thomas and Dr. Barbara Swinney Assistant Superintendent Elementary School Leadership & Learning Cobb County Schools.

Madisyn Earls, 2015 Georgia Jr. Teen Cover Girl, donated supplies to Ingram-Pye Elementary School.

Madisyn Madisyn.jpg2 Madisyn.jpg3Madisyn Earls, 2015 Georgia Jr. Teen Cover Girl, donated supplies to Ingram-Pye Elementary School. Madisyn had the opportunity to meet the staff of Ingram-Pye Elementary School
for a Back to School Breakfast. Igram-Pye is a school that serves children from
very disadvantaged backgrounds. She was able to speak to the staff about National American Miss and
the values that it promotes. Along with that, Madisyn donated some of the supplies
that we rounded up at the National American Miss Georgia state pageant. The school was very grateful and assured Madisyn that the supplies would be put to good use. She also had the privilege to join
the team in prayer for the upcoming school year.  She really enjoyed hearing how
the staff is planning a year filled with success for their students!

Miss South Carolina Teen, Hunter Vaughn donated books to Livi’s Library.

HunterMiss South Carolina Teen, Hunter Vaughn donated books to Livi’s Library.  Livi’s Library is a book project that is designed to share gently used books who children who otherwise could not afford books of their very own. They collect gently used books that children have outgrown. Donations allow them to hold book fairs at local schools, provide bookcases and stock them monthly in various areas in Lancaster county, provide books to church mission programs, etc.

This project is in memory of Mary Olivia Pettit, 9 year old daughter of Bryan and Lisa Pettit, sister of Jory Pettit, who died March 22, 2009, of viral myocarditis. Livi had a great passion for learning through books. Even more, she had an incredible compassion for living things and her faith in the Lord was sure. The hope is this gift of sharing will impact others so they will know God’s love and grace as well.

North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen and Pre-Teen walk to defeat ALS.

Amaris Amaris.jpg2 Amaris.jpg3North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen, Amaris Shipman and North Carolina Pre-Teen, Nikya Hightower participated in a walk to defeat ALS in Fayetteville, NC. The walk was done to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something they care about.

Hannah Jacks, Miss South Carolina Jr. Teen Queen, says farewell to her year of service!


Dear Contestants,

Congratulations, and welcome to the Miss South Carolina Pageant! I am truly looking forward to meeting each and every one of you. This weekend is going to be very exciting and an adventure you will always remember!

Being Miss SC Jr. Teen has been such a blessing to me. It allowed me the opportunity to volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House Charities, making pop tab bracelets, which helped to raise money for the organization. I also volunteered for Big Brothers Big Sisters at their Bowl for Kid’s Sake and helped at the spring 2015 Special Olympics. All the while, meeting some amazing people along the way!

Going to Nationals in California is an experience I will never forget! From competing with the best of the best to touring the streets of Hollywood, my time at Nationals is something I will treasure forever! I can honestly say I have made friendships that will last a lifetime.

Remember to always smile, have fun, and make as many new friends as you can. Above all else, believe in yourself. You are already a winner!

As my journey comes to an end and a new one begins for one of you special girls, I wish you all the best life can bring!

Wishing you the Best Always,

Hannah Jacks

Amaris Shipman, Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen, modeled to benefit Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Programs.

Amaris Shipman Amaris Shipman.jpg2Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen, Amaris Shipman,  was featured in Up & Coming Weekly as a model for the “American Girl Fashion Show” hosted by the Child Advocacy Center of Fayetteville, NC. The show is being held to benefit Child Abuse Prevention & Intervention Programs. This is Amaris 2nd time being selected to participate and volunteer her time to support the efforts of the Child Advocacy Center. National American Miss makes positive impacts on communities.

Here are the pages from the Up & Coming Weekly!



Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Jeanneil Rogerson shared the Christmas spirit with some deserving folks!

Jeanneil Jeanneil.jpg2 Jeanneil.jpg3 Jeanneil.jpg4National American Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, Jeanneil Rogerson, shared the Christmas spirit with some deserving folks. Jeanneil delivered 13 food boxes to St. Francis Shelter. St. Francis’s Shelter helps the homeless and people living on a limited income. Jeanneil used the money she won at Nationals to purchase all of the items and was happy to be able to fill all of the boxes with money she has earned!



North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen Meredith Twigg donated books to local elementary school and church.

Meredith Twigg Meredith Twigg, National American Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen donated the books from the pageant to the principal of Bessemer Elementary School in Greensboro.  Bessemer Elementary School and First Baptist Church Greensboro hosted a “Steps to Success” Kindergarten camp for children. The camp aims to equip these new kindergarteners, some of which do not speak any English, with the necessary skills and confidence needed to start school. Meredith is volunteering this week as a “Buddy” for the children and travels through a mock school day each day. Breakfast and lunch is provided by the church. Meredith donated all the books to the school to be used as take home books for these children to have. Some of these children live in the Children’s Home and others do not have books at home. Students will get take home “homework” bags with these books in them.