Coronet Pageant Queens

Friday, November 21, 2008

Words from Queen April

From the Nat'l Ms. Heart of the Home Supreme Queen:
"My name is April Denise Bryant Johnson. I am 33 years old and my birthday is in---April :-). I have been married to Jason Johnson since 1997. I have two children, Jacob, age 11, and Samantha, age 8. I have a degree in Human Services and previously worked as a state social worker and also as a service coordinator for children with developmental delays. Disabled in a car accident in december 2004, this ended my dream of going back to school to become a nurse. I have since started to substitute teach occasionally which I have found that I really enjoy. I enjoy spending time with my family, consignment/thrift store shopping, ebay, nature, taking pictures, and crafts, when and if I ever have time. I volunteer with both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts and also any other opportunity that may arise."

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Nat'l Ms. Heart of the Home

Coronet Pageants is so proud to announce that April Johnson has been named Nat'l Ms Heart of the Home Supreme Queen. She is the mother of our Nat'l Miss Heart of America Supreme Queen, Samantha Johnson. April is also the proud mother of a wonderful son and the wife of a truly great guy. We'll have more about Queen April soon!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Nat'l Miss Heart of America

Coronet Pageants is pleased to announce that Samantha Rose Johnson of Kentucky has been named Nat'l Miss Heart of America Supreme Queen.
Samantha is an excellent third grade student! A member of Girl Scouts of America since kindergarden, Samantha and her family adopted an elderly person for Christmas last year. She has donated eye glasses and helped feed the homeless.
When she was just four years old, Samantha won the title of Rising Star Supreme. She has won several Most Photogenic awards as well as Most Beautiful Eyes.
Samantha has also recently won the title of Rolling Fork Festival Queen.
She is a very happy and loving child who brings sunshine to all that she meets.

Her first appearance was at My Old Kentucky Home state park.