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Girl Celebrates Abilities as Miss Amazing Preteen Queen

Girl Celebrates Abilities as Miss Amazing Preteen Queen

By Tim Parrish

Whether you are 10, 20, or even 35 and above, pageants are occasions loaded with anxious moments. Ten-year-old Kaylie Hill learned that first-hand on Jan. 3-4 in Franklin, Tenn., when she competed for the 2015 Tennessee Miss Amazing Preteen Queen, a title and crown she now proudly wears for the remainder of the year.

Kaylie is the daughter of Jason and Susan Hill of Clarksville. John is employed by the city of Clarksville and Susan works part-time with Keller Williams/Steve Nash Realty.

The Miss Amazing pageants are part of the national non-profit organization called Miss Amazing, Inc. It is based in Nebraska and was started in 2007. It has a special motto – “Celebrating the Abilities of Girls and Woman with Disabilities.” Kaylie was born with cerebral palsy, a medical disability that sure hasn’t slowed her down.

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