I want to give a huge thank you to my current sponsors! I will be updating this list as frequently as I can!!!

Sugar’d Chilliwack


46489 Mayfair Avenue
Chilliwack, BC
604-791-1819
chilliwack@sugard.ca

 

Ann Maries Cafe in Abbotsford

33771 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford
(604) 852-2610
annmariescafe.ca

 

 

Lori Johnson Photography

https://www.facebook.com/Lori-Johnson-Photography-162584033819580/

 

If you or anyone you know is interested in sponsoring me you can contact me on Facebook @missteenagefreaservalley2017 or at my email, missteenagefraservalley2017@gmail.com

 

Till Next Time

Georgia, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley

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These past few weeks have been very busy for me so, I thought I would make a quick blog post about them!!

This past May 3rd I volunteered at my local McDonald’s in Clearbrook Abbotsford for McHappy Day.  This is an annual charity event that McDonald’s hosts. The Ronald McDonald foundation helps thousands of family’s in their time of need and gives out different grants and scholarships to students across the country. This year I helped out by giving people their orders, talking to costumers in line and taking photos! I was so pleased to see the amount of volunteers and people coming in on their day off to help out with this event, it truly was ‘All hands on deck!’.  I want to give a huge thank you to all of the staff that helped me make this a great day, I couldn’t have done it without your help!

 

On May 6th I held a yard sale and Krispy Kreme fundraiser. My friends and family from all over donated items for me to sell along with the donuts. I was raising money for the charity Free the Children as well as my trip to Nationals in August.  This fundraiser was so fun and successful I plan on doing another one soon! It brings me joy to know that through hard work and dedication we can do so many great things! Thank you to everyone who donated, bought some donuts or found a piece of treasure! Each and everyone of you has contributed to a great cause!

 

Till Next Time!

Georgia, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2017


If anyone would like to donate or sponsor me you can contact me on facebook @MissTeenageFraserValley2017 or at my official email missteenagefraservalley2017@gmail.com

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Hello Everyone! I am Georgia, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2017. I can’t believe that I get to say that! This past weekend has been an amazing experience that I will remember forever! Not only did I win a title, I also made a lot of new friends. This was my first pageant and I was super nervous. I didn’t really know what to expect or how the other girls would be! I really hoped that everyone was going to be kind and supportive, kind of like ‘Miss congeniality’ and to my delight, they were!

Lets start this journey by letting you get to know me!

I have lived in the Fraser Valley for my entire life and I have always been active in the community. No automatic alt text available. At first it was cheerleading. When I was five years old I fell in love with the sport. I started by cheering for football, while that was fun I didn’t like standing in the rain for hours every weekend. So, I started competitive cheerleading and I did that for nine years. Through cheer I learned the importance of team work and supporting one another. I made amazing friends and I never wanted to stop. Sadly a few broken bones, a bad knee injury and one doctor later I had to stop. Cheer had always been a large part of my life and now I needed something to fill my time. This is when I found acting.

No automatic alt text available.I had just moved to a new city, switched school and given up, what at the time was, my life.  Then I found my new love, acting. I love that it gives me opportunities to be different people and to explore other worlds and characters. Now I work in the
film industry as an extra and primary actor. I am currently playing Sister Sophia in my school’s production of the Sound Of Music and I plan to be in many more plays and musicals as the years go on.

While I do have a love for the arts they are not the only thing I do. I have a passion for both math and science. Math has always been fun for me. I have always loved solving the equations and puzzles. Taking biology 12 and learning how my body worked was eye opening. To be able to ‘see’ the molecules in our bodies and know what they are doing when we, eat, or breath, or even sleep is a fantastic feeling. My passion for math and science is what fuels me to want to peruse a career in psychology. I want to explore the science of the mind and with that help people who need it.

Makeup and fashion are also things that I love to do! Special effects makeup is so much fun because I get to make different creatures come to life. Sometimes I will mix both of these into cosplay. In cosplay I use my fashion and makeup skills to bring different characters to life.

 

I express myself and put 100% into everything I do. Miss Teenage Canada will be no different! I am so excited to be Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2107 and to be able to compete at the national pageant. I can not wait to share this adventure with you, so be sure to check back here and my Facebook page for regular updates!

Till Next Time!

Georgia Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2107

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Hello everyone, I’m Madison from Hope, BC, your Miss Teenage Fraser Valley for 2015! (I smile crazily every time I say or even think of this)

Hope BC

the whole town fits in one photo... it's seriously that small.

This whole experience is so exciting and I can proudly say that I’ve never been apart of something this amazing, so here’s to an outstanding year ahead! I can’t wait to share it all with you. 🙂

I’ve always been a small town girl with big-time dreams and I’m so happy to say that travelling to Toronto for Miss Teenage Canada will enable me to reach so many of my long time goals.

Ever since I was young, I’ve dreamed of becoming a medical professional of some sort (a Pediatric Oncologist to be exact) and always made sure my grades in school & work ethic reflected these dreams. I’ve received honour roll achievements every single term since 5th grade, which was the first year someone is eligible to win the award, and never cease to push myself even further each day. I think this quality is extremely important in today’s world considering how independent the human race is becoming.

Aside from academic achievements, I’ve been involved in community & school leadership. In 9th grade I joined my school’s Leadership class and enjoyed every minute of it. We planned community and school events, while volunteering and making friends & amazing memories. I’ve always been so thankful for the impact that this class made on myself and others. I was taught so many things about myself and the world through this class & I feel as if I’m a better person because of it.

I’ve always been involved with athletics – starting with soccer at a young age, then moving more into gymnastics & cheerleading. I’ve travelled extensively with my All-Star cheerleading team, hitting up competitions in Hawaii, California & Texas. This was and still is my passion for so many reasons. I love setting goals for myself and obtaining new skills while making friends. Cheerleading enabled me to do all of this. The moment I walked in on my first day of practice back in 6th grade I knew this would be the love of my life.

Fusion Athletics Pl4tinum at NCA Nationals in Dallas 2014

my team, Fusion Athletics Pl4tinum at NCA Nationals in Dallas

After many years of intense training and multiple injuries, I had to give up this passion that I involved myself in. It was devastating to me. Multiple doctors had told me numerous times that I needed to quit, and I just kept on fighting it. I couldn’t find the strength to leave the one thing I truly felt passionate about. After 4 broken fingers, and dislocated thumb, 5 broken noses and 6 concussions I finally listened to the doctors & most importantly myself. I had to quit competitive cheerleading. It sucks, and sometimes I still feel overwhelmingly upset about it but I just think that if I wouldn’t have quit when I did, there’s a possibility that I wouldn’t be writing this post as Miss Teenage Fraser Valley right now.

Boating Accident Concussion

just one of the many documented concussions..

 

And as for now, I’m alive, I’m happy, and I’m Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2015. I’ve always been a strong believer in things happening for a reason. I know that whatever happens in life, the strong people will find their way and help guide others to do so also.

I’m so incredibly thankful to be where I am now, and honestly couldn’t have done any of it without my amazing friends & family. All of you are what motivate me to keep doing better every day.

I hope this post gave a little bit of insight on who I am and what I’m about. There’ll be many more blog posts to come, so stick around for a while! I promise not to disappoint.

Lots of love,

Madison

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Yesterday was the end of day 1. My flight out to Toronto was fun. I was on the same plane as Ariel, so I wasn’t alone.  I was nervous to fly out to Toronto because it was my first time flying by myself, but it was nice to have Ariel there with me. When I landed in Toronto I met Vanessa, Aashritha and Brooklyn. It’s also my first time in Toronto, but everything is so similar to Vancouver! It feels like I haven’t left home. It was interesting walking out of the airport while wearing our crowns. Lots of people stopped and stared at us. After our bus ride to the hotel, we got checked in at the hotel and went to our rooms.

I was really nervous about meeting my roommate. It was the one thing that was on my mind for the past few months. I was hoping she would be nice. I would like to introduce you to my roommate Tasha! She is very nice and she likes to sing and act! We have a lot in common. I am so happy she is my roommate!

In the evening we had our meet and great. We were able to meet the other girls! The first thing I thought when I entered the room with the girls was, “there are a lot of crowns in here.” There are about 65 girls, but they are all so nice and really easy to get along with. Next we met our amazing sponsors, Golden Glamour Goddesses, Hi-Tec, Motives and Wright Spa Mobile Services. After taking some pictures of our sponsors and their products we got to eat dinner. We ended the night by cutting the welcome to miss teenage canada cake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So far I’m having a blast! I am looking forward to this week! Stay tuned for more updates about what I’m doing this week!

Shovanna P, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2014

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Exciting news everyone! MTC-W Inc. is launching a new competition called Top Model Search Canada! This competition is the Miss Teenage Canada’s sister competition.  This competition gives girls that are ages 17-26 and are 5’7″ and over the chance to live their dream as a model. This competition offers lots of experience and training for anybody interested in being a model. It’s a great way to get your career as a model started!

One thing that sets the Top Model Search Canada competition apart form other model competitions, is that it possesses some pageant qualities as well. Top Model Search Canada is looking for women who are intelligent, able to perform on stage, have a great personality, have the drive to succeed and have inner and outer beauty.

 

Suzette Hernandez, Miss Canada Supernational 2013

Top Model Search Canada is looking for someone who will represent Canada in competitions across the world. That’s right! You can get the chance to travel internationally! These international competitions include Miss Supernatural, Top Model of the World and Miss Supermodel!

Top Model Search Canada gives all contenders valuable experience and training by professionals. Contenders will learn runway skills, camera movement, make up application, hair styling, first impressions, wardrobe coordination, public speaking, proper etiquette and how to book a job. Contenders will gain confidence, poise and a better understanding of the modeling industry. There will be professional models, agents, photographers, wardrobe stylists and hair and makeup stylists that will train the contenders.

Savannagn Walker, Miss Globe 2013

In addition to all of the training and experience, there are $15,000 in cash and prizes for the winner! Top Model Search Canada will assist the winner with building a portfolio and finding an agent. She will also be featured in magazines, on TV and as a guest to red carpet events!

If you are 17-26 years old, and are 5’7″or over, you can have the chance to be the winner of Top Model Search Canada! If you are interested you can apply online today right here! You don’t need any previous experience or professional photos. Although, your photos must be appropriate for the competition. If you have the drive and passion I urge you to apply. Also, be yourself! You can never be 100% confident in yourself if you’re not you!

Good luck to all of you that apply! Get your heels ready and keep your head up high, you’re in for a once in a life time opportunity!

Shovanna P, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2014

 

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CIS stands for Canadian Information Services. The Canadian Cancer Society is a nonprofit organization that has so many wonderful resources available to cancer patients and families.

I have had a history of cancer in my family, and I never knew about the services and support available to cancer patients and their families. When I started volunteering for the Canadian Cancer Society Chilliwack-Unit, I learned about all of the support and services that are available to the community. I also learned that a lot of people don’t know about these services. I want people to know about all of the support available to them. Here are a list of some of the services available.

They have Cancer Information Services available to cancer patients, caregivers or the general public. Here you are able to ask any questions that you have and you will receive and answer from a qualified representative. You can ask questions like cancer treatments and side effects, how to prevent cancer and how to cope with cancer. Any questions you have will be answered.

There is a program called Cancer Connections that is available to patients or caregivers. This is a free, confidential service where a cancer patient or caregiver is able to talk with another person who has had a similar cancer experience. These people are matched not only by diagnosis, but by lifestyle and similarities as well. This is a great service for people who need emotional support and so they don’t feel alone. There is also an online Cancer Connection service available 24 hours a day.

 

The Canadian Cancer Society has affordable transportation and accommodation available to cancer patients. Volunteer drivers are able to drive cancer patients to surgeries or appointments. The lodges are located across the province and have 24 hour support and care from volunteers and staff.

Finally there is a Camp Goodtimes available to teenagers and kids. This allows kids to have fun and get together with other kids going through the same experience. Kids and their families are able to have a recreational experience with 24 hour medical supervision.

There is also financial support, Wig Lending Program and breast prostheses available to cancer patients. The financial support gives limited, short-term assistance for cancer related expenses. The Wig lending and breast prostheses are available to cancer patients at no cost.

If you know of anybody going through an experience involving cancer, let them know of these services. I want cancer patients and families to know that they are not alone and that there are a lot of people supporting them.

The phone number for CIS is 1-888-939-3333 and the website is www.cancer.ca.

Together we can make a difference and help others!

Shovanna P, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2014

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I would like to thank my sponsors for supporting my on my journey to Toronto for the Miss Teenage Canada Pageant. This would not have been possible without them! I would like to take the time to thank you individually.

I would like to thank Dr. Roger Clawson from Clawson Orthodontics for sponsoring me. Thank you for your donation and for buying the chocolates I sold for Free the Children! I would also like to thank you for giving me this beautiful smile!

Next, I would like to thank Bella Clothing Boutique for the dresses. Thank you for taking your time fitting me in all of those dresses. Your support and friendly service is greatly appreciated! They have a wide variety of clothes for teenage and adult women! Here is their Facebook page for more information.

 

 

My next sponsor I would like to thank is Champagne and Lace for my gowns. The staff was friendly and I had so much fun trying on dresses for the pageant. They have helped me select gowns for other occasions, like my prom, in the past. Great service and beautiful gowns. Here is their Facebook page for more information.

 

 

 

Finally, I would like to give a special thanks to Christine from One Stop Dry Cleaners for doing the alterations on my gowns. She is very friendly and values her costumers. It’s hard to find a seamstress who is so nice and has so much experience. I put a lot of trust into the people who alter my gowns, and she is one of those people.

Thanks again for everything my sponsors have done for me! I would also like to thank my family and friends for their support! I am excited to be representing the Fraser Valley at nationals, and I feel confident thanks to all of you!

Shovanna P, Miss Teenage Fraser Valley 2014

 

 

 

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