Miss Flordia Jr. Teen Isabella Morales donates school supplies at the Ronald McDonald House. Isabella made her first official appearance with her favorite charity, The Ronald McDonald house. She delivered back to school supplies and got to talk with families at the house. Isabella also was invited to a private meet and greet with Romero Britto, World Famous Pop Art Painter.
Gabriela Norwood, Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen, visits the Yellow Brick House. The Yellow Brick House is a Quality Assisted Living For Seniors. Their mission is to serve seniors in a safe, comfortable, pleasant homelike environment where they may live with security, dignity and courtesy and family members have peace of mind knowing their loved one is cared for by well trained and attentive staff.
Irelyn Jean, 2014 National American Miss Kentucky Princess Queen, visited Lakeside Christian Academy.
A few days after Alexandria Murphy was crowned, Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen, she was very blessed to have traveled through the Mediterranean.
A few days after Alexandria Murphy was crowned, Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen, she was very blessed to have traveled through the Mediterranean. She was proud to share National American Miss across the Mediterranean. You will see that in the photo from Monte Carlo a boy from the UK asked to be in the photo with her. She also had the Prince of Monnaco waive to her from his car. It was a wonderful experience. She visited Florence, Italy, where Pinocchio was written as well as The Palace of Monacco, Monte Carlo, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
National American Miss Pre-Teen North Carolina Cover Girl Kaitlyn Connell stopped by the Ronald McDonald House to donate some craft supplies!
Shivali Patel, the National American Miss North Carolina Teen Queen recently took her annual trip overseas and not only represented America in a well manner, but also did a variety of services using her title and promoting National American Miss in India!
Shivali Patel, Miss North Carolina Teen, recently took her annual trip overseas and not only represented America in a well manner, but also did a variety of services using her title and promoting National American Miss in India! As one of her service projects, she visited the Jagwanda Balmandir School (which is actually a preschool for one hundred and twenty children) and did an assortment of things including and not limited to distributing toys she had collected and brought with her from America through a donation drive she had started, giving the young ones school supplies and candy as well! The kids were absolutely overjoyed and seemed to fall in love with her immediately. In addition to all of this, the children responded so well and interacted well with her and she was also given the privilege to teach them for a week. She went and read to them and played games with them for a week during which she grew closer to the children. They have invited her back next summer.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen visits the Wounded Warrior Family Support Organization.
Marindia Humbert, Miss North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen visited with the Wounded Warrior Family Support Organization and made a donation to help our Vets. The Wounded Warrior Family will auction the car off at the end of its 48 State Tour and use the money to build houses for Military Vets in Illinois and North Carolina.