Brooke is a kind and spirited 7 year old who will attend 2nd grade for the 2013-2014 school year at Puckett’s Mill Elementary. She is consistently on the Principal’s Honor Roll and is a gifted reader and writer. She placed 1st in her school and county last year in the National PTA Reflections Program where she wrote about volunteering in her community. Brooke was taught from a very young age that beauty is only skin deep. At the age of 5 she entered and won her first pageant. She quickly realized that the opportunities the crown gave her to help others was the more important win. Brooke enjoyed volunteering over 140 hours last year in her community. Some of the events included Relay for Life, Walk for Autism, Special Olympics, Jesse’s House, the Gwinnett Sheriff’s Department, Autism Speaks, the Dacula Memorial Day Parade and Streetwise. She was honored by the Sassy Survivors for raising money for their local organization to support cancer research. Brooke was also awarded the Gold Presidential Service Award and received a proclamation from
Arianna is 9 years old and is in 4th grade at Mulberry Elementary School. She is an Honor Roll/Principal’s Honor Roll student, enrolled in gifted classes “Focus”, an accelerated reader and recipient of multiple awards such as Perfect Attendance, Outstanding Behavior, Outstanding Student, Young Artist Awards and Reading Awards. She is a dedicated member of Math Club, Robotics, Chess, Helping Hands/Be the Change and excited to be a part of the environmental club and choir this year. Arianna enjoys ballet and tap since she is 3 years old as well as jazz, modeling and traveling. She is a member of Hebron Church and loves to participate in the children choir program; WAM. She has been proudly nominated for the Kohl’s Cares Scholarship Program in 2011 and 2012 for volunteer service, recognized with a Resolution from the Georgia State House of Representatives for her accomplishments and with a resolution of Recognition by the Board of Commissioners for her continued hard work and dedication making our community a better place. Also, honored by Commissioner Mike Beaudreau for volunteer service in 2011. Arianna has received 6 Presidential Gold Medals for volunteering over 600 hours in 2011 and 2012. She will continue her hard work in 2013. She firmly believes she does not need a crown in her head to go out there and serve others. Volunteering is a big part of Arianna’s life; her favorite Bible verse is 1 Peter 4:10 “As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God’s varied grace”. She loves to go to nursing homes and bring happiness to our senior citizens; this is something extremely dear to her heart. Some of the events Arianna has volunteered her time are Summer/Winter Special Olympics, Walk for Autism, Walk to Stop Diabetes, Dacula’s Memorial Day Parade, Gwinnett County Relay for Life, Feeding my Starving Children, Skylar’s run, Toys for Tots and Streetwise. Also many environmental projects through Greening Forward such as Dacula Remembers 9/11, Gwinnett Global Youth Service Days, Celebrate Service Music Festival, Earthbench project and National Trails Day. Arianna had the honor of serving as Petite Miss Dacula in 2011 where her passion for community service and helping others grew even more. She is blessed to be a part of the Miss Dacula Organization one more time, a program that shares her values. As Little Miss Dacula she hopes to continue the outstanding legacy she left in 2011, be a role model and encourage girls all ages to get involved and make a difference in the lives of others and in their communities.
Danielle is 10 years old and in the 5th grade at Harbins Elementary School. She was born in Miami Florida, but has lived in Dacula since she was 4 years old. She enjoys going to school every day to learn new things, especially in the area of science and history. More importantly, she shares with her peers many activities, including sports and music. For a long time, Danielle has had an attraction to modeling and acting. In her spare time, Danielle practices gymnastics and takes piano lessons. She is very fluent in Spanish and her future goal is learning French and Italian. For Danielle, being part of the Miss Dacula organization has been a marvelous experience where she not only has made new friends, but also is able to serve our community with many exciting activities like Special Olympics, Dacula’s Memorial Day Parade, and Rally Foundation to name a few. Her most important goal as part of the Miss Dacula Pageant is to be a role model for other girls that want to contribute to improve our community and society.
Natalie is 11 years old and is currently in the 6th grade at Buford Middle School. She has one brother, Matthew. As an avid student, she consistently earned a spot on the Principal’s Honor Roll and has been placed in accelerated classes. Natalie is the recipient of multiple scholastic awards including the Academic Excellence Award for maintaining straight A’s from K-5th and the Young Georgia Authors Award for her 3rd grade essay. At Dacula Elementary School, Natalie was a dedicated member of Falcon Friends, the Jump Rope Team, and the Student Leadership Team. Her favorite sport is soccer and in her free time, she enjoys playing on her U12 Dacula Soccer Club Academy Team. Over the past few seasons, she has helped her team win the SSA Tournament, the Concorde Challenge Cup, the Triumph Cup, the NASA Classic, the GSA Adidas Invitational, the Publix Atlanta Cup, and the Revolution Cup. One of her favorite quotes comes from Gandhi who said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Over the years, Natalie has enjoyed serving and helping others through the JDRF Walk For A Cure, by making care packages for our soldiers overseas, and by helping families in need during the Holidays. She is proud to be a part of the Miss Dacula Organization and excited to carry on its tradition of service. As Young Miss Dacula, she hopes to be a role model and to be that positive change in her community and in the world.
Madison is 12 years old and in 7th grade at Dacula Middle School. She has two siblings, 14 year old Taylor and 11 year old Dean. She is a proud member of her school’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and also is a part of the middle school Readers Rally team. She also enjoys playing her violin in the DMS Orchestra. She earned the Perfect Attendance award last school year, along with earning her spot on the Principal’s Honor Roll. Madison has many hobbies. She is an avid reader and enjoys reading different types of genres, Realistic Fiction being her favorite. She devotes a lot of her time to her travel soccer team. She is on the U13 Select White team for Dacula Soccer Club (DSC) at Rabbit Hill Park. She is currently in her 7th season on the Apalachee Aquatics swim team. Madison is proud to be a part of the Miss Dacula family, and is looking forward to serving her community. She lives by the quote, “The reward of a thing well done is to have done it" by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Chloe is the 14 year old daughter of Geoff and Amanda Beene. She is currently a freshman at Dacula High School where she is a cheerleader, Beta Club Member, and an executive board member of the Student Council. Over the years Chloe has volunteered to serve her community for over 400 hours while simultaneously taking all gifted classes in middle and high school. Chloe loves living in the same community of Dacula where she serves. She is looking forward to her 2013 Miss Dacula year because she looks forward to seeing what she and her sister queens can accomplish during their year of service. Chloe counts it an honor to serve as Miss Dacula Freshman.
Haley Barrows is the daughter of Matt and Stephanie Morris. She is sixteen years old and an upcoming senior at Dacula High School. She is a varsity football cheerleader, executive student council officer, peer/freshman mentor, and a member of the Dacula Leadership Team. Haley and her family have lived in Dacula for almost eleven years. She has an older sister, Taylor, who graduated from Dacula and a younger sister, London, who attends Dacula United Methodist. Haley is new to the Miss Dacula Family but is extremely excited to get involved and give back to her community. She hopes that she can encourage others to get involved in their community. Haley is excited for the many opportunities she will have to make an impact on others lives with community service in Dacula and the surrounding communities.
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