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Check out Miss Texas Teen 2014 Morgan Lackey!

Take a Look at The 2014 Miss Texas Jr. Pre-Teen Madison Watson!

My year, as the 2014 Miss Texas Jr. Pre-teen, has been nothing short of amazing! From the moment I was crowned, I hit the ground running. As a member of my local 4-H chapter, I was able to do monthly community involvement projects, in addition to showing my own pig. Just to name a few of those projects; I collected school supplies, donated socks to local nursing homes and collected cat/ dog food for our local pound.Although I was able to contribute to my community on a monthly bases, the accomplishment that I am most proud of, is my American Cancer Society relay for life team, The “Little Miss Texas Cancer Crushers”! We raised $5015.47!!! Although it may seem like my year has been all work and no play, that is far from the truth! In addition to giving back to my community and raising money for a cure for cancer, I was also able to meet the Mayor of my hometown and I got to visit our local radio station, where I was able to talk about my reign as Miss Texas and promote the American Ca…

Miss Texas Princess 2014 Loved being a Princess and a Role Model!

What an Amazing Year for Miss Texas Jr. Pre-Teen Brooke Heath!

I had an amazing year as your Miss Texas Jr. Pre-Teen and am sad to see it coming to an end.My time as a queen passed so quickly, but it has been nothing short of perfect. Soon it will be time to crown my successor and I’m so excited for her.My title has allowed me to serve as a role model for other girls and this was one of the greatest honors I’ve ever had.In doing so, I have become an active member of my community and met so many wonderful people.I’ve learned that what may seem like a small gesture on my part, can certainly be so much more to someone else. I began my year by volunteering with Lunches of Love, a group that serves lunches to deserving children.I also walked for a cure with Susan G. Komen in honor of my Nana who passed away from breast cancer when I was very small.I dumped ice cold water on my head to benefit ALS research and wore a red nose to fight childhood hunger. Last summer, I traveled to some other state pageants, including one in Dallas and New York.In the fa…