Chloe Hubbard Named Miss Queen City – Heading To Miss Tennessee Pageant

Chloe Hubbard, Miss Queen City

Chloe Hubbard, Miss Queen City

Chloe Hubbard of Dandridge, Tennessee has been crowned Miss Queen City 2017. Hubbard is the daughter of David and Kim Hubbard, and is the granddaughter of Dorothy and late Charles Arwood, and late Ralph and late Glada Hubbard.

She is a 2016 Graduate of Jefferson County High school. Hubbard has also served Jefferson County as Fairest of the Fair in 2014, Watauga Valley’s Teen Princess 2014, and Miss Fall Fest 2015. Last spring, she was honored as she was named for the JCHS Senior Superlative “Miss JCHS”

Chloe is a current Freshman at Walter State Community College, studying Speech Communications, in hopes of becoming a Speech Therapist at Erlanger Children’s Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

In June, Hubbard will compete against 35 other women from across the state for the title of Miss Tennessee, that will lead to Miss America. A talented singer, Hubbard is no stranger to the Miss Tennessee stage, having previously competed in the Miss Tennessee Teen Princess competition.

Chloe says she is “excited and honored to compete in Jackson with the other amazing, young women”  Throughout her competition season, she was also honored to have received the Miss Congeniality award three different times.

Hubbard is very active in the community; volunteering hundreds of community service hours and raising thousands of dollars for her philanthropic efforts. While she also advocates for the national philanthropy, Children’s Miracle Network, Hubbard advocates for her own cause. “My platform is called ‘Be The Change’ and with this platform I am advocating for  a kinder, and more involved community,”  Hubbard explains. “Especially after the Gatlinburg fires, I noticed that Sevier County isn’t the only community that is needing some help.”  This platform is based off of Gandhi’s famous quote, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Her local director, Victor Felts, says Hubbard is a strong candidate. “Chloe is an exceptional young woman. Talented, personable, and intelligent; all of the qualifications we look for in someone to represent us well at Miss Tennessee. We are very excited about her.”

Hubbard is mandated to raise $250 for Children’s Miracle Network before she can compete at Miss Tennessee; however, she has set a $2,000 goal, and is planning numerous fundraisers. You are also able to donate directly at www.MissAmericaForKids.org/Donate/ChloeHubbard.

She is also looking to maximize her scholarship earnings in June by selling ads for the Miss Tennessee Program book. If you are interested in advertising your business through her, please contact  Chloe.

For more information, contact Victor Felt at feltsv@apsu.edu or Chloe Hubbard at hubbardchloe98@yahoo.com

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