2017-08-17 / People

Saint to compete for scholarship in September pageant

Alleya Christian Saint, sixteen year old daughter of Gail Saint, has been crowned the 2017 Miss Georgia Jr Teen for the America’s Miss Pageant (AMP) system. She will compete at the National pageant, to be held September 1-4 in Langhorne, PA, for cash scholarships, travel opportunities, custom awards, and other fabulous prizes. Alleya will participate, along with other outstanding young ladies from across the country, in interview, introduction, evening wear, and runway competitions while pro­moting her platform to help vic­tims of bullying and raise aware­ness.

The AMP organization is for ages from infant to women who want to gain self confidence, meet lasting friends, and build special memories. It is dedicated to val­ues of community service, chari­table work, scholastic achieve­ment, career goals, talent, family values, and sportsmanship. Their mission is to celebrate contes­tants’ inner beauty and strengths, equipping them with lifelong skills. AMP’s focus is on fam­ily and fun, a pageant with heart, where the journey is far more important than the destination.

Alleya’s activities include singing in advanced choir, per­forming in musical theater, help­ing her grandparents take care of chickens on their farm, and working towards her certifica­tion as a nursing assistant. Al­leya plans to continue her stud­ies after graduation to become a LPN. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family, riding horses, playing with her dogs, and babysitting.

Community members and businesses who would like to sponsor Allya on her dream of becoming the 2017 National AMP Jr Teen queen can make a donation at gofundme.com by entering gf.me/u/brzjic. Alleya is grateful to her local sponsors of Amity Gamefarm and Jo Wil­liamson, LPN, for supporting her. Alleya is excited to repre­sent AMP’s family values and continue her volunteer work in the community

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