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International Pageant

July 27th and 28th


The Accomplishments
Of Today's
Teens ®

Miss Teen Idaho International®

Kelsy Patrick - 4th Runner-Up

1.What is the funniest thing you believed as a child?
1. Im an only child as well as the fourth generation of only children in my family! Most people think that only children are spoiled and can't share but my parents have taught me the value in sharing. By not having built in playmates, I had to learn how to make new friends, and mine are like sisters. I have also learned to be comfortable by myself which has helped me become who I am today.

2.What is the one talent you wish you had?
2. Academically, I have been a member of the honor roll all through schooling to my senior year. Im in the top 25 kids in my class of almost 500! I also accelerated my high school studies and I am graduating an entire year early. Im very proud to be graduating high school with over a 4.0 and will continue my studies at the University of Utah this fall.

3.Other than your family, who is your biggest supporter?
3. I was a cheerleader for 12 years. I did competitive cheer until I got to high school where I made my varsity team as a freshman. My teams have won over 6 national championships. Through cheerleading I have learned teamwork, how to work through adversity, and how to stay positive when others need it. Cheer has taught me that each person has a role and together all things are possible.

4.What is the best costume you’ve ever worn for Halloween?
4. Last spring, I was dropped from a stunt at a basketball game onto my head. Everyone who witnessed it thought I broke my neck! Fortunately, it was only a severe concussion but it was this event that ended my participation in cheerleading. This event not only showed me how strong I can be but it gave me time to explore other experiences and led me to participate in pageants to become Miss Teen Idaho International.

5.What song makes you 100% of the time want to dance?
5. Im very passionate about my platform. I have been working with a local seatbelt awareness organization that was created after the loss of 2 of my classmates who were not wearing seat belts. In a generation of technology, teenagers and adults are challenged to stay focused on driving. I want to help spread the message of buckling up and leaving distractions behind. By taking the right safety precautions, we can save lives.

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