PRICE — The All American Girl Youth Development program is proud to announce the crowning of its 2019-2020 State Royalty.
Cricket Pitts, 7, from Washington, earned the title of All American Girl Utah State Mini Miss at this year’s All American Girl State Pageant. The All American Girl Youth Development Program is one of the fastest growing natural children’s pageants in the United States.
AAG focuses on natural beauty, poise, personality, community service and public speaking. AAG provides year round activities for all participants.
Pitts is going into the 2nd grade at George Washington Academy in St. George. She enjoys tumbling, playing with her younger sister, jumping on the trampoline and making YouTube videos with her daddy.
When she grows up, she wants to be a teacher. Pitts is the daughter of Bryan and Kassie Pitts.
About All American Girl
Started by Lisa Williams (Lake Tapps, WA) and Tracy Hales (Vancouver, WA) the All American Girl Youth Development Program aims to teach young girls and teens self-confidence. Competitions are held at the local, state, and national levels with the ability to earn scholarships toward college at the state and national levels.
“By teaching young girls to be proud of who they are, we can affect their confidence for a lifetime,” said Williams.
All American Girl Youth Development Program offers girls aged 0-25 the opportunity to mentor through the ages, give back to their community and learn public speaking skills.
Autism Speaks is the official charity of the All American Girls Youth Development Program. Participants raise money for annual Autism walks in their communities.
If you would like to help sponsor Cricket Pitts to go compete in Las Vegas for the National title please contact her parents at 435-429-0913, or contact the Utah State Director Amy Baldwin 435-215-6562 or email at UtahAllAmericanGirlPageant@gmail.com