Meet our current Royalty ….
Anna Grace Parker, the Mab's 2020 Miss Georgia Queen. She says, she chose to compete in ER State because she loves sister queens and pageants. Her thoughts when she heard her name be called as the queen was she was so excited for her crown and toys. Her favorite part of her reign was riding in Mrs. Neahna's lap in the golf cart to take pictures at the beach. She thinks her friends should compete this year because it is fun with Nene and sister queens.
Selah Joy Glass, the Scotties 2020 Miss Georgia queen, chose to compete because her mommy told her it would be lots of fun! (it was) When she heard her name called it made her really happy and excited and thankful to Jesus. Her favorite part of her reign has been going to the beach with her sister queens and Mrs. Neahna. This title meant to her that she gets to have sister queens and do things to help other people and be nice to others. She thinks her friends should compete this year because they will have so much fun and get to play with friends and get prizes!
Adelyn Hollifield, the Cleo's 2020 Miss Georgia queen is a two time Miss Georgia queen with E.R. She has been a dedicated royal for years now.
Sadie Webb, Diana's Miss Georgia 2020. This child has the heart of true royalty. I could never imagine a sweeter representation of what I want me royals to be. Her heart is giving, kind, supportive and loving. We are so blessed to have Sadie on the queen's court.
Cendall Pitts, Ele's Miss Georgia 2020. Cendall has been a royal since our second pageant in 2015. She has worked hard every year for her state title, and finally this year was her year. Her confidence, her humbleness leading up to this title is to be celebrated. We are so proud of her heart.
Gracelyn (Gracie) Ramey, the Catherine's Miss Georgia 2020 says she had been wanting to compete with ER for a long time because of all the good things she had been told and had heard about ER, such as the director, the sisterhood the fact there is no drama. It always seemed like it wouldn't work out schedule wise, last year it all just fell into place. When She heard her name called as the winner, she was ecstatic, she said, "I don't know who shed more tears, me or my mama, we were so excited to be a part of the royal family. My favorite part of my reign has been getting to know and spend time with my sister queens and getting to know Neahna, we have so much fun. This title, has been the first true sisterhood I've experienced, I don't want it to end, she says. Gracie wants other to compete because, there is not another system out there quite like this one. The sisterhood, the director the experience to serve has been wonderful, and I want everyone to feel this loved and blessed.
Skylar Rogers, Bella's Miss Georgia 2020 says she chose to compete in ER state to spread information on her platform The River Effect! "I try to keep his name alive in any way that I can. I also have grown to love Neahna, the pageant system represents so much good and I am glad to be a part of it" Her thoughts hearing her name called was complete awe, considering she competed the whole weekend in a boot! Her favorite part of her reign has been getting to know all of her sister queens, and her amazing director. Our beach trip was such a fun time, I can't wait to continue this journey! When asked what this title meant to her, she said "This title has pushed me to gain confidence in myself, and in my platform. Not only does Neahna allow you to use your platform, she will push you to reach your maximum potential. Why does she think others should compete? "It will help you step out of your comfort zone, Don't feel like it is unattainable, I won wiht a broken foot! This system will love you and support you for who you are!"
2020 Elizabethean's Miss Georgia, Kaylee Llyod, has been with ER for years. She was named an Exquisite Royalty ambassador three years ago, before ER ever considered doing a state pageant. Neahna, truly adores Kaylee for her heart, her spirit. She knew when naming ambassadors, Kaylee represented everything Neahna hoped ER could be. We are so proud to call her one of our state queens.
Teresa McDonald, Victorian's Miss Georgia 2020 says "I observed this system, its queen, and director for a while before making the commitment to compete, I was drawn to ER for many reasons, the dedication the director has towards the system and her queens afforded me the opportunity to compete within a system that respects others, cares for everyone, makes it a priority to put the love of Christ and others at the forefront of all things pageantry. I made the final decidsion to compete because I knew without a doubt this system and all it stood for was exactly what I needed and wanted to surround myself with. It is uplifting, respectful, and fun and loving in every way." When asked what this title means to her she says, " I have been part of several systems, ER is by far the one system most connected to my heart. Being exquisite is not just a title, it is a way of life. a personal commitment to outselves to each other, to our communities to have this title has afforded me a grand opportunity to surround myself with true queens- not because they wear a crown-but because they are true queens in all they do. We've lifted each other up, we've supported each other, we've celebrated life together and had the courage to tell each other the honest turtsh. Anyone can get a crown, but this title, has shown me that rue queens do not require the crown because our choice, actions and dedications are what truly shine.