September 24, 2010

New NAMiss California Jr. Pre-Teen Press Release

Temecula girl crowned at pageant

NAMiss CA Jr. Pre-Teen 2010 Robynne FrenchTEMECULA ---- Robynne French, daughter of Temecula residents Rob and Monica French, was recently crowned National American Miss California Jr. Pre-Teen and also earned the Talent and Casual Wear modeling titles in Anaheim.

She will be representing Southern California to compete for the National Title during Thanksgiving week at Disneyland.

Robynne enjoys serving the community and is currently working on raising money for Wigs for Kids and has collected more than 10 ponytails, including her own, over the last year. She visits the Sterling Memory Care Home, helps serve at the Horizon Church Thanksgiving Outreach in San Diego, serves on the praise team and drama ministries at New Covenant Church and is a member of the Wings of Praise ministry.

Robynne's passion is singing gospel and patriotic music.

Her sister, Kaysee French, won first runner-up in the Princess Division as well as Miss Personality and top five in the optional Talent and Modeling competitions.

Kaysee also will be representing Temecula Valley at the National Pageant.

The National American Miss Pageants each year award over $1.5 million in cash, scholarship and prizes to recognize and assist the development of young women. The program is based on inner beauty, poise and presentation.

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