Three girls from Louisiana placed in the America’s Majestic Miss National Scholarship Program held Nov. 17-19 in Atlanta.
Glorye LeFebvre, 3, was second runner-up in the baby division. Her parents are Josh and Hollye LeFebvre, of Denham Springs.
Hannah Zeagler, 10, won the National Preteen Volunteer Service Award for her more than 780 hours of service and placed third runner-up as the youngest in the 10-12 age division. Her parents are Terry and Deedra Zeagler, of Jena.
Natalie Reed, 9, won the National Princess Casual Wear Award and received the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award for her more than 1,400 hours of service. She also is the first Louisiana contestant to win a national title from the program. As the new America’s Majestic Miss National Princess, Natalie will ride in the New Year’s Eve Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade. Her parents are Aaron and Amanda Reed, of Moreauville.
The girls belong to The Crowning Moment, a Baton-Rouge based organization offering youth mentoring and pageant coaching to girls across the country. Visit erinhusbands.com for more information.