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Say Hello to Miss Pennsylvania Teen Victoria Piekut

When I first stepped onto the National American Miss Pennsylvania stage, I was there to gain more stage presence and confidence with my Opera singing. Just three short years later, with my newly found confidence, I was able to capture the title of 2014 National American Miss Pennsylvania Teen.  National American Miss has opened so many doors for me and given me incredible opportunities. This year, I have been able to volunteer for many organizations like the Light The Night Walk, ride in parades with my sister queens, and make appearances with my State Representatives and Senators. I was also given the opportunity of a lifetime to compete at the national pageant in Anaheim, California.  After having unforgettable experiences at Disneyland and in Los Angeles, I placed fourth runner up for talent and first runner up in the overall pageant!  Over these past three years with National American Miss, I’ve made so many lifelong friends from all over the country, and gained public speaking s…

It's Been an Awesome Year for Miss Pennsylvania Jr. Pre-Teen 2014!

One of my biggest dreams came true when I was crowned as your 2014 Miss Pennsylvania Jr. Pre teen Division 1 Queen. I am honored to say that I have been able to give back to my community through donating school supplies and books to help my local libraries and the Olivet boys and girls club. I also volunteered my time at two Ronald McDonald House Charities and a local nursing home. I am thankful for the opportunity to have met some great leaders in my community such as Senator Judy Schwank, and Governor Tom Corbett and I was blessed to be a part of two parades. Then, off to Nationals I went, where I made many new friends and I even placed top 10 in the country. I would like to thank NAM and all of the wonderful staff for such a great year. Best wishes to my successor! It has been such a wonderful experience to serve my community and represent the great state of Pennsylvania!  With love your 2014 Miss Pennsylvania Jr. Pre Teen Aliya Wise

Meet Miss Kansas Teen Kendra Leet!

My year as the 2014 Miss Kansas Teen has been nothing short of amazing. I kept busy by staying involved in my community. I rode in parades with my sister queens, attended open calls and workshops and did tons of volunteer work for multiple organizations. In November, I met some of my best friends from all over the country at the national competition. I was honored and humbled to have left placing top five in both spokesmodel and talent and also as the national Miss Personality winner.  I took my first step on the National American Miss stage as a shy 9 year old girl. I would never have thought that 11 years later I would be the woman I am today. Thank you National American Miss for making all of my dreams come true. It has been an amazing journey.  Kendra Leet  Miss Kansas Teen 2014

Meet Miss Oklahoma Princess Cover Girl Kendall Kingly!

From your National American Miss 2014 Oklahoma Princess Cover Girl Kendall Kingry: Since I was crowned the National American Miss 2014 Oklahoma Princess Cover Girl and 2014-2015 National Princess Cover Girl, I have had a blast!   I just wanted to do a pageant to have fun and meet new friends, but I've gotten to do so much more! I like volunteering because it helps people and put smiles on their faces. One of my favorite things I've done was help with the Tip-A-Cop event for Special Olympics. I got to be a waitress with police officers and Special Olympics athletes. We had so much fun and raised a lot of money. I've also worked with a local nursing home, the Infant Crisis Center, Teacher's Warehouse and several other organizations and will continue to volunteer as I grow up.   Spending time with my sister queens has also been great - I have new friends for life! I've ridden in two parades and even got to throw out the first pitch at an Oklahoma City Redhawks game! …

Miss Illinois Pre-Teen Brianna Lewis has been extremely busy during her year of service!

My year of service has been truly rewarding and uplifting so far, just as I expected. Serving my community as a representative of National American Miss is not only a dream come true, but something I am committed to doing throughout my reign. I have given of my time and talents to various organizations to help out when needed. In August, after I was crowned, I passed out the school supplies collected at the Illinois state pageant from all the wonderful state finalists. In September, I helped my school collect food for those less fortunate. In October, my Illinois sister queens and I organized a Kidz Zone for the fall Walk of Hope at my local Cancer Support Center and I also helped during the opening ceremonies of Homewood Christian Academy's Walk-A-Thon. In December I collected toys for my church's mission's group and in January I helped pass out food at a food pantry in Lansing, Illinois. For February I helped spread love by joining my Illinois pageant friends in making …

Meet Miss Oklahoma Jr.Pre-Teen Cover Girl!

My year as the 2014 National American Miss Oklahoma Jr. Pre-Teen Cover Girl has been amazing! I have been blessed with new friends and new experiences. I began my year of service by delivering the books that were collected at the state pageant. The students at Millwood Academy of Oklahoma City were so grateful to be the recipients of such a wonderful gift. I was also able to volunteer several hours at the Oklahoma Regional Food Bank Distribution Center packaging food for the less fortunate of my community.   Other highlights of my year of service involved meeting several influential leaders in Oklahoma including the Mayor of Oklahoma City, Mr. Mick Cornett, the Chief of the Muscogee Creek Nation, Chief George Tiger, as well as several others. These various leaders inspired me to do my best in my role as Cover Girl, and their encouragement helped me capture the title of National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen National Cover Model. Lastly, getting to know the NAM State Sister Queens will be…

Check out Miss Oklahoma Pre-Teen Anna Lunday!

This year as the National American Miss 2014 Oklahoma Pre-Teen has been a wonderful experience. I have made friends, had an amazing time at Nationals and enjoyed volunteering. I was able to donate the school supplies I received at the NAM State Pageant to something very close to my heart, my family, and my friends. They were donated to the temporary school that has been set up in Moore after the March 25, 2015 tornado. I attend Moore Public Schools and know first hand how my community has suffered. It has been such an honor representing NAM and the great state of Oklahoma. I have been truly blessed and never take one minute for granted.  Anna Lunday

It's Been an Amazing Year for Raigan Holgate Miss Colorado Teen 2014

Hello everyone, Being an athlete all my life, I never knew that I would find my true passion in pageantry. My first pageant with National American Miss was three years ago. What I expected to be just a fun experience, changed my life. Through National American Miss I have improved my self-confidence, interview techniques and public speaking skills not to mention I have made friendships that will last a lifetime. I was blessed to have this year as you National American Miss Colorado Teen. Through my year I have gotten to spend time volunteering, making appearances, meeting people from all over Colorado and even placed in the top 10 at Nationals. This year has truly been one of the best experiences of my life, and I look forward to seeing what the next year holds for my successor. 
God bless you all,  Raigan

Meet Miss Illinois Jr. Pre-Teen that went on to be crowned National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen!

So far my year of service as your 2014 Miss Illinois Jr. Pre-Teen has been a great experience. Ever since I went to California in November to represent Illinois at Nationals and won the title of 2014-15 National American Miss Jr. Pre-Teen, I have been very busy! I've delivered meals, and donated clothes, gift cards, food and toiletries to my platform "the Lake County Haven" which helps homeless women and children become independent again. I have also donated many hours to other community services like Feed My Starving Children, the Ronald McDonald House, donated over 100 pairs of jeans to homeless teens, volunteered with my sister queens at a food pantry and at a 5k walk, made Valentine's Day cards for Veterans, as well as made new friends and numerous appearances all over the United States. Needless to say my year of service so far has been an amazing one that I will never forget! I am so thankful to NAM!