I have enjoyed every moment this year as your reigning Miss South Florida Jr. Pre-teen
2015. The opportunities I have had were absolutely priceless! My crown and sash
visited 3 states and 3 cities.
I got an amazing opportunity to meet Miss America, Miss America’s Outstanding Teen
and 2016 Miss America contestants.
My family helped and supported me with my community service project. I collected
more than 1,000 books and with the help of my brother, built a library at the Tiny
Kingdom, a center that helps children of migrant farm workers. I am so glad that I
reached my end result of teaching these kids about literacy.
I also met Miss Homestead America and participated in fundraisers for her pageant. I
represented NAM with honor by raising $450 for Relay for Life, participating in the
Veteran’s Day parade and Rodeo Parade in Homestead, volunteering at the Ronald
McDonald’s house and preparing care packages for the soup kitchen.
Finally, it was time for nationals, where I pla…
Wow! what an amazing journey I've had these past years. My journey with National American Miss began in 2008, as a shy 9 year old, with God's blessing I was able to walk away with the Miss Florida Jr. Pre teen title. Fast forward to 2013, I was blessed again and walked away with the Miss Florida Jr teen title. And if that wasn't enough, I was given the honor to represent Florida again...this time as a teen!! after 8 years of growing with this amazing program I've walked away with 4 National Titles and 3 State titles , but the best thing I've gained through National American Miss, is confidence. National American miss has helped me come out of my shell and turned me into a confident young lady with big dreams and a great passion for volunteering.
After winning this prestigious title of National American Miss Florida Teen, I knew I had the responsibility to represent all the girls who competed for my title and create a positive impact. During my reign, i conducted…
' “Simply write about
your year.” I could not have been provided with a more challenging task. Let’s
rewind a bit to July 20th, 2015. In the one second that revolutionized my life,
when my name was called as Miss Florida Teen 2015, after already being 1st runner
up to the state AND national title the year before, at least a whole future
decade flashed through my mind as I registered what doors that pivotal moment
was going to open. I felt the binding of the crown around my head as I finally
grasped a massive dream of mine that I had preserved towards for years - 3
years actually; I suppose the saying “3rd times a charm” reigns true after all!
One year of service. 52 weeks of
giving my hands to serve others and my heart to love them more. 365 days of
defining the crown and inspiring those who inspire me. Shortly after embracing
such an accomplishment, I was delightfully bombarded with invites to judge
pageants, speak at fundraisers, participate in photo shoots, and appear as a
Hello my name is Hosanna Hales, I have always been known as a culinary
artist who loves crafting, has a passion to care for young children and anything
As of last spring I became officially known as “National American Miss Oklahoma
Jr Teen”! Jumping into this, having never competed in a pageant before, I had only
one goal, to have God’s light shine through me in everything I do. My years reign
began with the continuation of volunteering with the Children’s Hospital at Saint
Francis. I also was honored to share my platform of ALS with my community by
volunteering with my local ALS association, participating in the Tulsa Lock Up,
Slide the City, the Muscle Walk and much more.
I participated in many parades and was blessed to make a visit to the Little Light
House, a school for special needs children. I had the opportunity to read to some
amazing first graders at Victory Christian Center, was introduced to political
leaders and made many other appearances. I have been so ho…
My year sure has been one I
won’t forget!Helping out at numerous open
calls, training sessions and of course spending hours and hours with my awesome
sister queens! Nationals were a blast! Not only was I awarded with being in the
top 10, I also received 1st runner-up for the spirit award, (which
was voted by the choreographers!)Casual
wear modeling 1st runner up, actress 1st runner up and 3rd
runner up in the brand new Mon Cheri sponsored runway contest!Even though I spent countless hours preparing
for the national pageant, I still had time for community service, and I’ve done
a lot! Making food for the Ronald McDonald House, talking about NAM at 5K’s,
and you can’t forget peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the homeless
ministry in my church! Yes being a NAM queen is hard work, but it’s a lot of
fun! I got to ride in 2 different parades, the Ocala Christmas parade and my
personal favorite, would have to be riding in the Citrus Bowl Parade with my
awesome sister queens…
Attention All NAM Royalty…State Queens, State Cover Girls and National Advertising Titleholders: We have an exciting opportunity for you! We are going to be shooting some promotional material, lots of photos and so much more at the 2016 Ohio State Pageant! We will be utilizing all of our reigning and visiting royalty. All you have to do is be visiting royalty at the Ohio State Pageant and you can take part in this exciting event! Please make sure to bring your formal dress and production number outfit! Details for the Ohio Pageant can be found at Namiss.com/findyourstate. Be sure to book your hotel immediately at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Ohio Center. Tell them you are with “National American Miss” to get the discounted rate. If attending, you must confirm with Tiffany Reilly via email at Tiffany@namiss.com. Can’t wait to see all the exciting things we can create together.