Carbon County Royalty Empowers Pinnacle Students

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Carbon County royalty members recently took time out of their day to present to Pinnacle Canyon Academy students in third, fourth and fifth grades. 

The young women each presented their platforms and encouraged students to follow their dreams. 

Miss Carbon County Mikelle Monson’s platform is entitled “emPOWERed.” Monson hopes to educate others using the acronym POWER, which stands for positivity, optimism, work ethic and respect. Miss Carbon County second attendant Riley Winn helped Monson spread her message to the students. 

Miss Carbon County Outstanding Teen’s first attendant, Kaylie Basso, also presented her platform entitled “Peace, Love, and Respect.” The purpose of her platform is to help educate youth about bullying and to inform students that everyone is equal and there is no need to put a label on others. Her message is to help bring peace, love and respect to the community. Basso was accompanied by Mini Miss Carbon County Sadie Oveson, who introduced herself to students and helped spread smiles throughout the classrooms. 

Junior Miss Carbon County Camryn Frandsen spoke about her platform “Kindness Cards for Seniors.” As part of her presentation, Frandsen, along with Little Miss Carbon County Megan Roberts, passed out supplies to students who made greeting cards for residents in local nursing homes. 

To keep up to date with the Carbon County royalty members, follow them on Facebook at Miss Carbon County Scholarship PageantPeace, Love, And RespectMiss Carbon County’s Outstanding Teen and Mini, Little, and Junior Miss Carbon County.

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