The Loudoun Board of Supervisors this week presented Briar Woods sophomore with a resolution of commendation for being named 2012 National American Miss Virginia Junior Teen Sydni Alexander earlier this year.
Besides winning the National American Miss pageant as Virginia’s Junior Teen, Sydni has maintained a 4.3 GPA, performs as a worship team vocalist, volunteers in her community and plays softball.
During the national competition last month, Haydon Metcalf (Colorado) won the Junior Teen category.
See the presentation on the county’s webcast here. The full text of the resolution is printed below:
"WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander of Ashburn, Virginia has won the title of National American Miss Virginia Junior Teen 2012; and
WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander is a Sophomore at Briar Woods High School and has achieved a 4.3 grade point average; and
WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander is active in her community as a worship team vocalist and is involved with One Warm Coat, a coat drive that benefits the Holiday Coalition; and
WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander is a talented singer and has performed in the All District and Virginia All-State Choir; and
WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander is also a superb athlete who plays varsity and travel softball; and
WHEREAS, Sydni Alexander is a young emerging leader of the community and is dedicated to improving herself and helping those around her; and
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that on December 4, 2012, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors does commend Sydni Alexander on her achievement of winning the title of National American Miss Virginia Junior Teen, which is a culmination of dedication to high standards, hard work, and community service; and that this resolution be placed within the official records of Loudoun County."