Nashville girl to compete in state pageant
From Contributed Reports
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Hayden Pearson, 12, daughter of Greg and Jennifer Pearson of Nashville, will represent her title of Majestic Miss Harnett County in Henderson on July 21 as she competes at North Carolina's Outstanding Little Miss State Pageant.
In order to compete in the state pageant, she will have to compete in the beauty and on-stage question, fitness, talent and interview phases of competition.
Earlier this year, Hayden won the title of Majestic Miss and has since been actively promoting her platform The Red Balloon Project, with her initiative she calls, Hayden's Hope, which serves to help seriously ill children in the community. Hayden's most recent local fundraiser "Dine with Hayden" was a great success and she's very appreciative of those who supported her. Outside of volunteering in her community Hayden spends a lot of time in the dance studio which is her passion.
"I am so excited to have Hayden representing Harnett County's Outstanding Little Miss pageant at the state level this year. She has already shown service in our community as well as her own. We can't wait to see her take the stage and show the judges what she has to offer," said Stacy Campbell, Harnett County's OLM director.
Earlier this year, Hayden was crowned onto the Harnett County court, which is a preliminary pageant to the North Carolina's Outstanding Little Miss. The preliminary pageant is open to residents of all counties in North Carolina.
Winners of the Harnett County's Outstanding Little Miss pageant serve in their community to build their personal platforms and will be shown the importance of volunteerism.
For more information, contact Campbell at email@example.com.