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Maisy Becomes Little Miss Hope

HannasHopeWEBSITEfiles~2014PicturesandBios~~element129If you read the blog we posted about Maisy prepping for Pageant of Hope, you already know that this little girl has been busy preparing to hopefully be crowned Little Miss Hope. This past Saturday, PHS was proud to watch her earn that title at the Crowne Plaza in St. Paul. Pageant of Hope is a pageant for girls with special needs or challenges, offering opportunities to gain self-esteem and empowerment.

Maisy cowboyMaisy spent the evening participating in introductions, casual wear (check out her cowgirl outfit in the picture on the right), formal wear and finally the crowning where she was named Little Miss Hope – the coveted title for her age group. She spent the evening being the outgoing, spunky girl that she is so well known to be, charming the audience and announcing that Elijah, her brother, is the superhero she would most like to be. You can see the video of her explaining why here – it can’t be missed.

IMG_0923We are so proud of Maisy for how far she has come and thankful for Pageant of Hope. All of the participants brought their own individuality and incredible personality, and this pageant was a chance for them to make friends and dream big. We can’t wait to see what you do next, Maisy!

 Has your child been involved in any pageants or events that focus on bringing opportunities to individuals with unique needs or challenges? Leave their story in the comments – we love to hear about the amazing things these kiddos are doing. 

Originally published: April 1, 2014