National All-American Miss Princess!

December 15, 2013 

Miss Skyla Woodard

Miss Skyla Woodard of Wake Forest, has given her town something to celebrate. The 7-year-old competed against over 100 girls in her age range from around the country, on her way to winning the title of 2013-2014 National All-American Miss Princess! The National American Miss pageant was held November 23rd-29th in Anaheim, California. With her win, Skyla received cash prizes and gift certificates, the official national crown and banner, a National Queen photo shoot in Houston, Texas, 2 VIP Disneyland passes, a tour of Hollywood, an acting consultation from a renowned Hollywood acting coach, and a 7 night trip to attend the 2014 National Pageant in California to crown her successor!

Skyla is the daughter of proud parents, April Bonds and Vanzell Woodard.

The National American Miss Pageant is based on inner beauty as well as poise and presentation. Its founders place emphasis on the importance of developing self-confidence, learning good sportsmanship, as well as setting and achieving personal goals. The national competition was divided into the following areas: community service and résumé, confidence and poise, personal introduction, as well as five individual interviews with the judges.

In addition to winning National All-American Princess, Skyla was crowned Queen of Mardi Gras in February at the Wake Forest Street Festival. She is the 2nd grade- level Spelling Bee winner at Thales Academy. Her extracurricular activities include Chess, Lego, and STEM Club. She is on the swim team, in intermediate gymnastics, plays piano, and is in musical theatre.

One of Skyla’s more important responsibilities as National All-American Princess is to be involved with and champion a charity of her choice. Her aspiration is to become the first female president!

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