2016 North Carolina Jr. Teen Campbell Lindquist Reads to Local Children

Here are some pictures of Campbell reading to our local kindergarten class.


The class was studying fairy tales and modern day princesses. Campbell got to talk about what it meant to be a “real princess”…kind…caring…willing to help others.

2016 Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen Claudia Fether and Meals by Grace

National American Miss Team Georgia was busy serving their community this past weekend by preparing, packing and delivering food to children and families in need with an organization called Meals by Grace.

Spearheaded by Miss Georgia Jr. Pre-Teen, Claudia Fether, this team of queens came together with NAM All-American qualifiers, siblings and parents to feed 45 families. Service activities included unloading food from trucks, sorting cans and dry goods, selecting and packing each family’s food needs, creating personalized encouragement cards and delivering the food to each family.

Books donated by Georgia NAM contestants were carefully sorted by age and hand picked to be placed in each family’s box making sure each child was given an age-appropriate book. Delivery was the highlight of the day as children and their guardians anxiously awaited the arrival of their food which will feed their family for an entire week.

Some children even received birthday cakes to celebrate their birthdays in the upcoming week. It was a day of blessings for everyone involved and these amazing young ladies are already looking forward to the next opportunity to serve together representing National American Miss!

2016 Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Damacia Howard Volunteering

Thursday, January 19th – Damácia participated in the opening ceremony (“Youth on Parade”) for Bounce TV’s 25th Annual Trumpet Awards. She recited a monologue “Staying Power” by D.M. Larson. She also met former New England Patriots player Tyrone Poole.

Saturday, January 21 (her 14th birthday) – Damácia was invited to walk the Red Carpet at Bounce TV’s 25th Annual Trumpet Awards at the Cobb Energy Center in Cobb County Georgia. She was interviewed and met some great people.

Damácia and actress/gospel recording artist Tamela Mann sharing their awesome black need out shoes.

Damácia with award winning actor and family friend, Louis Gossett, Jr.

Damácia with NBA great Dikembe Mutombo.

Damácia with actress Vanessa Bell Calloway.

Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Damacia Howard and Vanessa Bell Calloway
Miss Georgia Pre-Teen Damacia Howard and Vanessa Bell Calloway

 

Damácia being interviewed by Bounce TV.

Miss Georgia Princess and Jr. Pre-Teen, Gracie Ondic and Hannah Daffron, volunteered for Adventure Bags, Inc.

GeorgiaMiss Georgia Princess and Jr. Pre-Teen, Gracie Ondic and Hannah Daffron, volunteered for Adventure Bags, Inc. They collected donations and provide awareness of the local charitable organization, Adventure Bags, Inc., at the Buford Bazaar in Gwinnett County.  Gracie and Hannah told community members about Adventure Bags, collected donations at the booth and even walked around and collected monetary donations from other vendors at the Buford Bazaar.  Gracie also donated some of the book bags that were collected at the Georgia National American Miss pageant to Adventure Bags. 

Adventure Bags, Inc.  works with organizations that work with displaced children such as DFCS, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters and teen shelters. They provide these organizations with a book bag of important items like: a stuffed animal, toothbrush, toothpaste, under garments, hair brush or comb, socks, coloring books, crayons and a journal for children to write down their thoughts so that when they do have to go to an unfamiliar place the children have some items that are ALL their own.  Adventure Bags, Inc. serves counties all over Georgia and it is their intention to help provide children in crisis security and comfort. More information about this organization can be found at www.adventurebags.org.  

Miss Oregon Royalty volunteered at Race For The Cure!

Oregon QueensMiss Oregon Royalty volunteered at Race For The Cure! The Oregon queens got together to support and cheer on breast cancer survivors and their families at Race For The Cure. They had an incredible day and were so happy to be there and cheering on the racers.

Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen and Princess met with Senator Mitch McConnell and volunteer at the Kentucky Breast Cancer Awareness Walk.

National American Miss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Queen and Princess Queen met with Senator Mitch McConnell and volunteer at the Kentucky Breast Cancer Awareness Walk.

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KY QueensMiss Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen and Princess met with Senator Mitch McConnell and volunteer at the Kentucky Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Aanayiah Burnett, Kentucky Princess Queen, and Hannah Martin, Kentucky Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, met with Senator Mitch McConnell to discuss issues concerning youth today. They then were on hand to kick off the Kentucky Breast Cancer Awareness walk. They met Dawne Gee, local news anchor for WAVE TV, she was on hand to encourage everyone to make a difference. The girls had a great time and enjoyed these two events.

Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Alexandria Murphy volunteers her time at the Ronald McDonald House.

National American Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen Alexandria Murphy volunteers her time at the Ronald McDonald House.

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Ronald McDonald House cookingMiss North Carolina Jr. Teen Alexandria Murphy volunteers her time at the Ronald McDonald House in Charlotte, NC. She helped cooked meals at the house. She loved being able to help the kids and families of the kids who are in the hospital. Alexandria and Shivali Patel, Miss North Carolina Teen Queen, also went to the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, NC. and delivered books and school supplies.

Cailee Calabrese North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen gets the Presidential Volunteer Award.

Attached is a picture of Cailee, North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen meeting with U.S. Congressman Mike McIntyre for her Presidential Volunteer Award.

Attached is a picture of Cailee, North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen meeting with U.S. Congressman Mike McIntyre for her Presidential Volunteer Award.

2011 North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen Cailee Calabrese and 2011 Pre-Teen Queen, Alina Galvan, helped with the American Red Cross 5th Annual run for the Red.

Cailee Calabrese, North Carolina, Jr. Pre-Teen Queen and Alina Galvan Pre-Teen Queen for North Carolina helped with the American Red Cross 5th Annual Run for the Red.

Cailee Calabrese, North Carolina, Jr. Pre-Teen Queen and Alina Galvan Pre-Teen Queen for North Carolina helped with the American Red Cross 5th Annual Run for the Red. This is Cailee’s 3rd year at this event and Alina joined her this year. There were over 600 runners and walkers for this event. Cailee and Alina gave the trophy out for best overall time for a group which was the 82nd airborne from Fort Bragg. It was a great time and Cailee was up and ready to go at 4:15 a.m. and finished at 9:30 a.m.