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Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2014, Skylar Vaughn-Hisey

Skylar is a student from Ooltewah, Tennessee. She actively participates in dream league baseball, upwards cheerleading, and SPARCS water skiing and Trike-a-Thon. She also enjoys music class. Skylar has a desire to participate in anything she possibly can. She faces life head-on with a happy smile on her face. During the Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee Crowning Ceremony, she expects to have a fun, wonderful learning experience. She looks forward to meeting new friends along the way. Skylar has cerebral palsy. Skylar and her family say she is smiling, loving, unforgettable, special, and imaginative.

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Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2017, Liberty Barnum

Liberty Barnum is a 13-year old from Hixson, TN At the age of 7, Libby sustained an incomplete C6-T1 spinal cord injury. Since then, she was chosen as the 2013 Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Ambassador. As the CMNH Ambassador for North Carolina, she was invited to tour children’s hospitals in Orlando, FL. and meet former President Obama in the White House. She regularly has the audience of our government officials and has received multiple awards for her advocacy.

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In her spare time she is involved with the Brownie Girl Scouts in 2006, as well as, STAR, Shangri-La Therapeutic Academy of Riding where she was given rider of the year for 2006 and 2007, and AWANA at Senior Heights Baptist Church. When she grows up she would like to be a teacher and a mommy. Her philosophy for life is to have fun and help others.

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Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2008, Savannah Miller

Savannah Miller, of Franklin, wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Her interests include: snow skiing, drawing and painting. She loves to read! Savannah played baseball for the Challenge League. She enjoys participating with the ABLE Youth program.

When children her age ask her about her disability, she replies, “I have something wrong with my legs and I can’t walk. I have spina bifida but I can still play with you!”

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Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2007, Savannah Miller

When children her age ask her about her disability, she replies, “I have something wrong with my legs and I can’t walk. I have spina bifida but I can still play with you!”

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Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2006, Jessica Duke

Jessica Duke is nine years old and in the fourth grade. She lives with her parents and 12 siblings in White House, Tennessee. Jessica has used a wheelchair since birth and has had many surgeries.

In school she is a teachers’ aide and a mentor in charge of helping new students and guests find their way around the school. No stranger to the basketball court, Jessica plays basketball for the “White House Special Needs Sports Organization”, and is a cheerleader for the local wheelchair basketball team. She serves as a role model in everything she does and routinely speaks to school and community groups about being different.

Jessica has a knack for putting people at ease when she meets them and, as an active young woman she is an uplifting presence wherever she goes!

Little Miss Wheelchair Tennessee 2004, Kayla Hayes

Kayla is a 12-year-old from Baxter, TN. She is active in cheerleading, and has performed a cheerleading dance in a talent show at school. Kayla has won numerous awards, including 2nd place in her school science fair and 2nd place for a speech for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program. She has volunteered for her school book fair and is involved with Fellow Christian Athletes.

In addition, Kayla speaks with her peers about her disabling condition, spina bifida. Most recently, she has begun babysitting. When Kayla grows up she wants to be a veterinarian.

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