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

WOW!! I can’t believe it’s been a year since I was crowned the 2014 National America Miss North Texas Jr. Pre-Teen Division 1! I have had such an AMAZING year! I was invited to meet the mayor of Tomball and was asked to start a city council meeting with the pledge of allegiance! It was such an honor.  That day I met so many people in my community that were so excited for me and looked forward to working with me. It wasn’t long before I was invited to be in city parades, participate in several ribbon cuttings for new local businesses and help out with TONS of fun events in my community. It was CRAZY BUSY but CRAZY FUN!! I met so many businesses owners I decided to challenge them to help me make a difference, benefiting the Houston Food Bank. I challenged local business to collect as many nonperishable food items as possible in 24 days!  With their help I was able to donate over 1000 items to the Houston Food Bank.  It was INCREDIBLE!! It was a true blessing to represent Texas at Natio…

Featuring Miss New Jersey Pre-Teen!

Being crowned Miss NJ Pre-Teen was such an astonishing moment for me.I was pleasantly surprised and is still in amazement that my name was called.I participated with so many talented and beautiful young ladies,I am proud to say that I am a NAM girl,it has done so much for me, the life skills that come from pageantry and this organization is priceless, girls learn to dream big, and express themselves positively with respect, poise and confidence.
Being a NAM girl has made me realize that self-confidence is one of the greatest gift that you can give yourself.Last year I was featured in the movie “Shadows” about bullying.It has become one of my platforms.The fight against bullying has become one of great importance in our society today among young people and in the school environment. .Self-confidence and self-respect and the ability to bring your complaints to the attention of those in authority, is simply the greatest way to fight them off. NAM has brought to many positive aspects to ev…

Featuring Miss Texas Teen Kaiden Lynn Maines!

A decade to remember.  Those are the words that come to mind to describe my time with National American Miss.
When I began competing in 2005 at the age of 7, I would never have expected that 10 years later I would be here with 3 state titles and priceless life skills. I am so blessed to have spent so much of my life in a pageant system that teaches girls to embrace their God given beauty and helps grow their confidence. When I heard my name called as the 2014 Miss Texas Teen, I was shocked beyond belief, and little did I know that God was opening a door for one of the greatest years of my life!  Before I knew it I was off to the National pageant.  I was so excited to make new friends and be reunited with so many of my old pageant sisters!  I was honored to walk away with my 3rd the National Spokesmodel Title speaking on my platform: Rachel's Challenge. There is no greater feeling than knowing that every time I present my speech, I am changing the world, and for that I am forever …

Emily McNeal Miss Texas Pre-Teen has been an Amazing Role Model!

Words can't describe the amazing year I had as your 2014 Miss Texas Preteen! 
I had the time of my life volunteering and representing National American Miss. This year I volunteered at the D'Feet Breast Cancer event with some of my sister queens, a few of us worked at the Houston Food Bank together, I spent a rewarding day helping at the Beaumont Buddy Walk, and loved spending my time with the most amazing girls at Texas' Miss Amazing Pageant. I held a sock drive for a local women and children's shelter, I collected and donated art supplies for Texas Children's Hospital, Trick-or-Treated for canned goods to donate to the food bank, I worked with another sister queen at a HEB with their Tackle Hunger campaign, and I held a state wide blanket making event that benefitted cancer patients. I even read to kids at my old elementary school and talked to them about how important it is to be yourself. 
Nationals was a dream come true! It's an experience I'll never for…

Featuring Miss Texas Pre-Teen 2014 Madison Johnson!

Take a Look at Miss New Jersey Teen 2014!

Twelve years ago, I stood on the NAM stage for the first time as a Princess which is where I began to make and treasure memories, and gain valuable friendships. Today, I have become a confident woman who has goals, ambitions and have learned so many life lessons. Being a two time NJ NAM State Queen, it is safe to say that I LOVE NAM and I am thankful for the opportunities I have had in my life. This year, I attended the ‘Miss America’ Pageant in Atlantic City, volunteered at the ‘Back to School Community Fair’ in my town, participated in the ‘Cancer Ends Here’ walk, walked in the ‘Bordentown Halloween Parade’, was a hostess at the ‘Heart Ball’ for the American Heart Association, performed at the NJ ‘Veterans Home’, walked and volunteered in the ‘Cure for Arthritis’ run/walk, rode in the ‘Memorial Day Parade’, rode in the ‘Fourth of July Parade’, attended numerous NJ Open Calls/Training Sessions, and was visiting royalty at the KY and Upstate NY Pageants. As you can see, I have had a f…