Miss akron canton Family
We are so proud of our family of Miss Akron Canton titleholders:
Miss Akron Canton Outstanding Teen
2016 – Michelle Denny Nicole Lawson
2017 – Matti-Lynn Chrisman Alexandra Yankovich
2018 – Courtney Storey
2019 – Emelia Sherin Holly Pearcy and Noel Crock
2020 – Jaeleen Davis Cidney Furner
“We started this program to give back to an organization that gave me so much – scholarships, opportunities, and friendships.”
allie hoffman and ann krucek
A mother-daughter team, Allie and Ann founded the Miss Akron Canton Scholarship Program in 2015. Allie was a three time local titleholder within the Miss Ohio Scholarship Program and was proud to be named 2nd runner up to Miss Ohio 2006. Their love for the Miss America organization and the growth it provides to young women inspired Allie and Ann to establish a local program in the Akron Canton area.
Miss Akron Canton 2020 Jaeleen Davis
Social Impact Initiative: Kids Should Be Covered – Prosthetics Are Not Cosmetic
Jaeleen is a vocalist from Akron, Ohio. She is a graduate of Saginaw Valley State University with a Masters in Public Administration and Bachelors in Criminal Justice and Communication.
Diagnosed with alopecia at the age of eight, Jaeleen has dedicated herself to serving as an advocate for children who experience hair loss. She spreads her message of self-confidence despite difficult circumstances through school visits, group presentations, and hospital visits. Jaeleen also appears as several different well known princess characters to engage young audiences. If you are interested in having Jaeleen share her message with your group, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
miss akron canton’s outstanding teen 2020 cidney furner
Social Impact Initiative: You Can Save Me – Human Trafficking Awareness
Cidney is a student at Maplewood Career Center in Ravenna, Ohio studying cosmetology. A lyrical dancer, Cidney hails from Mantua.
Cidney is passionate about raising awareness among members of her generation regarding the dangers posed by human trafficking in our communities. She started a tee-shirt and sweatshirt sale, the proceeds of which benefited Rahab Ministries – a local leader in services for victims of human trafficking.