Miss Magoffin in Top 5 for Quality of Life Award
Miss Magoffin County Kaisen Bree Eastep has been named as a Top 5 finalist for the Heather French Henry Quality of Life Award at the Miss Kentucky Pageant.
Kaisen began her journey this past Saturday in Louisville, KY, where she will be competing this week for the title of Miss Kentucky.
Competition began Wednesday, June 5 and continues each night until the finals on Saturday night, June 8, where a new title holder will be announced.
Kaisen Eastep won the title of Miss Magoffin County in September 2018 at the pageant held in Salyersville during Heritage Days.
Since then, she has represented Magoffin County at many functions, speaking on her platform “Supporting Families Affected by Substance Abuse”. She helped to create an APP for iPhones and tablets called “YMO Stories” – (which stands for Yours, Mine and Ours), that lets APP users share their own stories as silent victims of drug abuse. She also formed a UNIITE Club at the Herald Whitaker Middle School teaching children about substance abuse while they work towards helping people in the community who have also been affected.
Miss Magoffin Director, Jincy Bailey said, “Kaisen was overwhelmed with joy at the announcement of Top Five for the Quality of Life Award.”
The finalists will go through an interview process, with the winner being announced Thursday afternoon.
“Kaisen has been preparing for several months on talent, interview and her social impact initiative, and it is very rewarding to see her honored as a Quality of Life finalist from a field of 33 contestants,” Bailey said.
The pageant has returned to Louisville for the first time in 25 years.
You may purchase tickets to the Miss Kentucky Pageant, or view live by purchasing a ticket through Facebook and watch live on the web at www.pageantslive.com Tickets are $15 for preliminary nights and $18 on the final night.