November 18, 2009

NAM Miss California Queens work to end Child Abuse







Check our some of your Miss California Queen's out donating books and bears from the pageant. They visited the Childhelp organization at the Merv Griffin Village and made quite an impression on a group of young ladies. Childhelp is an organization working to end child abuse.
Pictured above are your California Princess Queen Miranda Soong, CA Pre-Teen Queen Taylor Longbrake and CA Teen Queen Danielle Walker.

In case you are not familiar, this is how http://www.namiss.com/ explains the community service part of our program:

Community Involvement (10% of the overall pageant score)
The Pageant Weekend Community Involvement Project is incredibly fun, easy, and rewarding! A full 10% of your final pageant score will be awarded to your when you donate a children's book or stuffed animal on pageant weekend. The contestants, as a team, will then personally present them at the pageant's final show to representatives of libraries, literacy programs, firefighters, and policemen to aid in their work with children. Together we can make a difference in the lives of others

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