Pageants for the Troops
From teen pageant queens to Mrs. Ohio International, many beautiful women over the years have used their platforms to carry the Soldiers' Angels banner and message of troop support to everyone they meet. Here are some highlights...
Katheleen Wallace is the Soldiers' Angels Community Network Coordinator for Ohio and was named Mrs. Ohio International 2013 last December. A military wife, she will be competing at the international level in Chicago next month with a platform emphasizing volunteerism in support of the troops through Soldiers' Angels.
Kelsey Fournier is a former New England Patriots cheerleader who discovered Soldiers' Angels while visiting troops in Afghanistan. She was Miss Rhode Island 2012 and last weekend she competed in Miss America. Though her official platform was childhood obesity, she made a conscious decision to use her influence and visibility wherever possible to encourage people to support the troops through Soldiers' Angels.
Sabrina Singh was Miss Clark County (Nevada) Teen 2011 and most-recently reached 1st runner up at Miss Nevada Outstanding Teen. She spent her 2011 reign conducting item drives for Soldiers' Angels care packages and developing support for veterans help and Project Valour-IT.
Jessica Scheu was Miss Teen Minnesota International 2009 with a Soldiers' Angels platform and in 2012 she was a semi-finalist for Miss Minnesota. Throughout her years in pageants she has represented Soldiers' Angels in a variety of events and projects, inspiring her mother to become more involved with Soldiers' Angels herself.
In fact, Jessica's mother is now the official Soldiers' Angels representative to the pageant world. With years of supporting her daughter in pageant endeavors, Leslie Scheu knows all the ins and outs, and is a great resource for those who would like to include Soldiers' Angels in their official pageant activities. To reach Leslie, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to Leslie and all the beautiful women who use their skills and visibility to become ambassadors for the troops and Soldiers' Angels.