Chloe Hubbard Crowned Miss Music City 2018

CHLOE HUBBARDRecently, Chloe Hubbard of Dandridge was crowned Miss Music City 2018. The preliminary pageant was held in Nashville. She also won the photogenic award and having the highest interview score, she was awarded a one-thousand-dollar college scholarship. Hubbard will compete against 35 other women from across the state for the title of Miss Tennessee in June 2018. A talented singer, Chloe is no stranger to the Miss Tennessee stage, as she previously competed last year as Miss Queen City 2017.

Her local director Bitsy Weaver, says Hubbard is a strong candidate. “We are thrilled to have Chloe represent us as Miss Music City this year. I first met Chloe at the Miss Tennessee pageant in Jackson back in June and was very impressed by her as a great all-around contestant. We have already started our preparations for competition next year and I am sure Chloe’s hard work and determination will pay off.”

Hubbard says she is “excited and honored to compete in Jackson with the other amazing young women.” In addition to the competition, Hubbard is also very active in the community; volunteering hundreds of community service hours and has raised thousands of dollars for her philanthropic efforts’-

She spends time advocating for the National Children’s Miracle Network, but Hubbard also spends time advocating her own cause, a platform based on the words of Gandhi: “Be the Change you wish to see in the world.” “My platform is called “Be the Change” and with this platform, I am advocating for a kinder and more involved community” says Hubbard. Last year Chloe visited several local schools and organizations to speak on kindness and being the change. If you are interested in Chloe coming to your school, classroom or organization. Please contact Hubbardchloe98@yahoo.com or on Facebobk. This year Hubbard is planning several fundraisers to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. If you would like to donate please go to: www.MissAmericaForKids.or g/Donate/ChloeHubbard

Chloe is a 2016 graduate of Jefferson County High School. Currently she is a Sophomore at Walter State Community College, studying Speech Communications. She hopes to become a Speech Therapist and work at a Children’s Hospital. She is’ a member of Grace Baptist Church. Parents are David and Kim Hubbard. Grandparents are Dorothy Arwood and the late Charles Arwood and the late Ralph and Glada Hubbard.

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