National American Miss Georgia Queens help at the Ronald McDonald House.
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.
Miss 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.
National American Miss North Carolina Jr. Teen Queen Alexandria Murphy volunteers her time at the Ronald McDonald House.
Miss 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.
Attached is a picture of Cailee, North Carolina Jr. Pre-Teen Queen meeting with U.S. Congressman Mike McIntyre for her Presidential Volunteer Award.
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.
All the money goes to under privilege children to assist them with school supplies, etc. Last year they had 1500 participants and expect more this year.
Madeline Monlux Speaks Her Mind To Portland’s Mayor
Recently Madeline Monlux, National American Miss Pageants Portland representative met with Mayor Tom Porter to speak about the importance of youth volunteering.
Even at a young age Madeline is very passionate about volunteering and getting both kids and adults involved in their towns, cities, and communities.