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Miss Teen South Carolina International®

Morgan Bacon - Top 10

1.What is the funniest thing you believed as a child?
1. At age 9, I was diagnosed with Hashimotos Disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes the white blood cells to attack the thyroid. I was very fortunate to have been placed with doctors that knew how to handle my situation. It took some time, but the team at Palmetto Health Childrens Hospital was able to get my thyroid levels back in balance. To this day, I still have to visit my doctor for routine checkups.

2.What is the one talent you wish you had?
2. I am a recent graduate of Brookland-Cayce High School. Part of me is excited to be moving on to the next phase in my lifes journey, but the other part of me just wants to stay where I am. I have been able to make lifelong friendships and have enjoyed everything our high school has to offer orchestra, cheering, football games, senior class president, and Miss Brookland-Cayce.

3.Other than your family, who is your biggest supporter?
3. I am an advocate for community service. I truly believe that community service can make a big difference in everyones life, and anyone can serve. The act of serving the world around us makes this a better place for everyone to live. I always come away with a good feeling and great memories that I can share with friends and family for years to come.

4.What is the best costume you’ve ever worn for Halloween?
4. I love water sports. Being out on the water is something I really enjoy. On most weekends, you can find me with my family hanging out at the lake. I truly believe my love of water sports came from my dad. He is normally the instigator of anything new that I end up trying.

5.What song makes you 100% of the time want to dance?
5. This year, I had the exciting opportunity to be a part of Students of Civility. The program was developed by local politicians to bring exposure to the State House and politics in our state, and each local high school was allowed to select 2 students to take part. The opportunity allowed me to see what life is like in the State House during session, talk to members, and learn about what they studied in college.

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