Clayton Girl Wins First State Title

Kaylee Elizabeth Stancil was recently crowned Mini Supreme Princess of North Carolina during a competition held in Goldsboro.

Kaylee is the four year old daughter of Captain Kevin and Amanda Stancil of Clayton.

Kaylee competed in talent, swimwear, sleepwear, casual wear and beauty winning best swimwear, casual wear, sleepwear and first runner up in beauty.

The Mini Supreme title is given to the young lady that competed in all mandatory and optional areas of competition with the highest overall combined score.

This year Kaylee competed with fourteen other girls ages 6 and under.

The Princess of North Carolina pageant system has been supporting Victory Junction since 2008 and has raised over $255,756 for the camp. Victory Junction Camp is located on 84 acres in Randleman, NC. The Camp enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life changing camp experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, all in a medically safe environment at no cost to the camper or their family.

Kaylee’s parents said they are focused on their daughter learning how to make a difference in society by helping others and winning this title will be a huge opportunity for her to continue learning how to give back. “We are beyond proud of Kaylee and look forward to fundraising and raising awareness for Victory Junction during the next year and hosting several events to benefit our community here at home.”

Kaylee has already hosted a school supply drive where she took nominations for teachers that had changed lives and could benefit from school supplies via social media.  Kaylee delivered one box to Brooke Barefoot a first year teacher at Benson Elementary and a second box to Raven Narron at Four Oaks Elementary. Contributed photo