Preteen Cover Girl Tennessee delivers propagandize supplies
October 27, 2017 - School Supplies
Jeanne Olivier loves to lead cheers during Mt. Juliet Christian Academy (MJCA), plays a meant piano and is a fun-loving, all-around American girl. But, when she’s not given to her studies or a propagandize scene, she fills a purpose of this year’s Preteen Tennessee Cover Girl.
A seventh-grader during MJCA, Olivier competed and won a Cover Girl difficulty this past Labor Day in a National American Miss Pageant in Nashville. This Thanksgiving she will transport to a National American Miss foe hold in Anaheim, Calif., where some-more than $500,000 in prizes will be awarded.
As partial of her power as Cover Girl, Olivier had to present formerly collected propagandize reserve to students in need and accommodate a internal city central to learn about a qualities of a good leader.
Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Brian Abston served in that care purpose and destined Olivier to Rutland Elementary School as a place that could use some propagandize supplies.
Last week, Olivier — along with her relatives and hermit — visited a propagandize and met Principal Cathy York and Guidance Counselor Lindsey Macpherson to palm over about $500 value of propagandize reserve collected during a prior pageant.
“I unequivocally enjoyed assembly everybody and giving a kids a supplies,” Olivier said.
She wants to one day be a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon, so when she saw all a immature students in a hallways, she illuminated adult and pronounced hello.
“I was unequivocally happy to be involved,” pronounced Abston. “She is going to be a good leader.”
Olivier is now collecting reserve for whirly victims. She also loves Girl Scouting, tennis and music, carrying played a piano given a age of 4.