We have a new little princess reigning in America!
Bettis Bierenbaum was voted Little Miss North America 2019!
Bettis is 8 years old and resides in Pennsylvania with her parents, sister Layne ,and brother Harris. School is very important to her and she has worked hard to make it on the high honor roll each marking period. She is a member of the local soccer and golf teams and she is taking gymnastics lessons. She also enjoys swimming and plans to learn to surf this summer.
Bettis is named after Hall of Fame football great Jerome Bettis and she shares his passion for never quitting as well as helping others. There is never a time when she is not willing to help when asked. When it comes to supporting local charities she has worked to raise awareness and funding for many, including : The Bus Stops Here Foundation, God’s Got You Covered (GGYC), Girl’s Hope, Best of the Batch Foundation, JMD Cancer Resource Center and numerous Veteran’s charities.
A portion of the LMNA proceeds support a non-profit that benefits the Health and Welfare of children. This year's beneficiary is Victoria's Voice and the kids and families raised $1,900 for the non-profit. Since its inception in 2017, the kids have raised $5,700 for the charity.
The Little Miss North America court is:
Little Miss North America 2019: Bettis Bierenbaum of Pennsylvania
1st runner up is: Riley Marie Blackwell of Pennsylvania
2nd Runner-up is: Samiya Simmons of District of Columbia
The Little Miss North America, a subsidiary of An Officer and Gentlewoman, LLC, is a natural beauty photo contest for girls ages 7-12 years old, who live within the 50 states plus the District of Columbia. The yearly contest gives parents and children a fun opportunity to challenge themselves with an online competition to get the public’s vote and help raise funds for charity. The winner receives a beautiful sash and crown, gifts and bragging rights for the year. A portion of the proceeds support a non-profit that benefits the Health and Welfare of children. This year's beneficiary is Victoria's Voice and the kids and families raised $1,900 for the non-profit. Since its inception in 2017 the kids have raised $5,700 for the charity.