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Trinity Madden wins Junior Miss Antelope Valley


Trinity Madden made history on Jan. 27, 2018 as she was the first-ever Junior Miss Tehachapi to win the prestigious title of Junior Miss Antelope Valley, where she competed against eleven other communities. In addition, she was also awarded the titles of Miss Community Spirit and Miss Photogenic. She represented the community of Tehachapi with confidence, grace, and poise.

Trinity is a 13-year-old eighth grader at Jacobsen Middle School, where she is currently dual enrolled in community college classes. She hopes to become a hydrologist in the future, as well as earn a degree to become an ASL interpreter. Aside from pageantry, her hobbies include being a Varsity Tomahawk cheerleader, painting, being a competitive tap dancer, and a West Coast Swing dancer.

Junior Miss Antelope Valley is a scholarship pageant that focuses on the importance of community service. Madden excelled in all phases of competition that included: interview, informative speech, evening gown and onstage question. She has a passion for promoting her platform, Help to Hear, where she puts her efforts towards collecting gently used hearing aids and donating them to those who are in need. Trinity was inspired to start this community service project from her own hearing impairment. She is determined to spread her message into the Antelope Valley and beyond that "a disability should not be seen as a negative thing, but an opportunity to make a change."

Trinity will hold the title of Junior Miss Antelope Valley 2018 for a whole year. Her mission is to promote her platform as well as take part in various other community service projects. Be sure to look for her at various events throughout the community and in the Antelope Valley."


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