In honor of National Volunteer Week, titleholders across the nation have dedicated today as the inaugural “Miss America Serves Day”. Titleholders on every level come together to volunteer their time in their communities. New York is no exception- and many of the local queens across the state have spent their Saturday serving others.
- Nina, Miss Salt City attended the Fallen Officers Ceremony at the NYS Fair in Syracuse.
- Lauren, Miss Mohawk Valley, attended Citgo’s #FuelingGood event in Kingston.
- Allison, Miss Thousand Islands 2015, attended the River Rat Triathlon
- Jillian, Miss Southern Tier; Christina, Miss Cosmopolitan; Jamie Lynn, Miss Staten Island attended the Brooklyn Cyclones’ Princess Night Game.
- Stephanie, Miss Richmond County; Jillian, Miss Southern Tier; Jamie Lynn, Miss Staten Island; Christina, Miss Cosmopolitan; Katelynn, Miss Central NY 2015; and Claudette, Miss Heart of NY attended Kira’s Miss New York Send-Off Party
- Claudette, Miss Heart of New York, judged the National American Miss NY pageant
- Lauren, Miss Mohawk Valley, attended Boonville’s Woodsmen Days Parade and Festival
- Emily, Miss Fulton County, attended Bannertown Fair & Parade
- Adrienne, Miss Syracuse, attended the Altamont County Fair.
- Cady Ruth, Miss New York’s Outstanding Teen, attended Sketchers’ Teen Glam event.
- Lauren, Miss Mohawk Valley, judged the Herkimer County Fair’s 33rd annual Bug Country Showdown.
- Cady Ruth, Miss New York’s Outstanding Teen, attended National American Miss NY pageant.
- Desiree, Miss Finger Lakes, attended Buffalo Bisons game to support Citgo’s #FuelingGood campaign.
Stephanie, Miss Richmond County, attended Citgo event
*The 2014 local titleholders have been very busy this month, recollecting themselves from the Miss NY experience, getting ready to go back to school and still promoting their personal platform and serving the local communities. Hours of dedication go into being a titleholder and representing the region, both before and after the State Pageant. This is not an extensive list of every titleholder’s journey, but rather a peek into their very active reigns. Some events may have been missed or omitted. Please follow each titleholder’s individual journey on their personal blog or fan page. Highlights of the great work done by Local Titleholders this week.
The 2014 local titleholders have been very busy this week, but still found time to celebrate our country’s birthday. Many of the ladies teamed up with their Pageant Sisters in parades, to celebrate the 4th of July. Not that they needed excuse to wear Red White & Blue, and sit in the back of a convertible.
As the face of our community, it’s a nice reminder that titleholders are here to serve community members, and to honor all our military has done, and continues to do, to defend our country.
So finish the day with a joke from Sarah Hreyo, Miss Empire Star:
Why are there no knock-knock jokes about America?
Because freedom rings
Happy 4th of July