W.Va. pageant winner


Reagan Chanel Bronz, of Holden, is 15-months-old and will represent the state of W.Va. at the upcoming national PURE American Pageant in Orlando, Florida in July.

LOGAN — Reagan Chanel Bronz, of Holden, has won the 2015 PURE American Miss W.Va. Infant pageant and will be representing West Virginia at the national PURE American Pageant in Orlando, Fla., in July. Bronz has a chance of bring home the first United States Infant title belonging to a West Virginian.

Bronz is currently 15-months-old has been competing in pageants since she was five-months-old, winning more than 60 titles. Included in her accolades and awards are the 2015 W.Va. Walk of Fame Miss Mini Supreme Queen, the 2015 Ultimate Models Red Carpet Ultimate Grand Supreme winner and the 2015 Ultimate Models “My Little Pony” Ultimate Grand Supreme 12-25 months crown.

Bronz and her mother are also very active in fundraising efforts around the state. Through her pageantry, Bronz has collected $5000 for the Wounded Warrior Project, March of Dimes, breast cancer awareness, cystic fibrosis and the Human Society of Kanawha County. In recognition of her fundraising efforts, Bronz has been awarded three grand supreme fundraiser awards and five fundraiser star awards.

While speaking about the upcoming pageant in Florida, Bronz’s mother, Rachell Bronz said, “The upcoming pageant in Florida is a national pageant. It is the final step in the Pure American Pageant system. In order to get to that pageant, we must first win a state finalist title, then a state title. This is a natural pageant, she is not allowed to wear hair pieces, make up, or fake tans. It’s all her! She has the potential to win huge prize packages! It is a Christian based pageant system and this pageant will be held in Disneyland.”

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