Makenna Jackson, 10, has been selected to represent the Bluegrass State at the 2015 Miss American Preteen Pageant. She is the daughter of Ronnie Jackson and Tammy Jackson, of Grays Knob.
As the Miss Bluegrass State Preteen, Makenna will be attending the national pageant for her age group in Florida at Walt Disney World during the week of Thanksgiving. She will compete for the national pageant title of Miss American Preteen and thousands of dollars in cash awards, prizes and scholarships.
Nationwide, state winners and state pageant finalists will compete in the 32nd Annual National Scholarship Competition organized by American Coed Pageants Inc. National Talent, Speech, Academic Achievement, Community Service, Photogenic, Personality, Modeling, Acting, Cover Girl and Hostess Contests will be held in addition to the National Pageant Winner’s Contest.
Since 1983, millions of dollars in cash awards and prizes have been presented to outstanding girls at state and national competitions. American Coed Pageants, Inc., annually holds state pageants for the purpose of recognizing and rewarding outstanding young women between the ages of 3 and 23 for their past and present accomplishments and to encourage them to set and achieve high goals for the future.
In states where pageants are not held, selection of state representatives is made through written applications and photos.
For more information, contact Patty Hawkins at the National Pageant Office at [email protected] or 850-432-8662.