Eight-year-old Forest Lake girl, Ali Cable, recently competed in the America's Little Miss Regional Pageant in Bloomington where she shed tears of joy with a big win.
She not only captured the crown but also has the opportunity to move on to Nationals in Orlando, Florida, in July.
The competition consisted of: Introduction and Personality, Fashion Modeling and Formal Wear.
Cable is a second grade student at Scandia Elementary. She loves learning new things and the time with her classmates and friends. She enjoys riding horse (western pleasure), track and field, ATV riding, hiking and dance. She's had a busy year already, coming out of competing for the first time in dance, and taking home two golds with her tap and jazz group.
Cable believes that being a princess involves being kind to others, helping family and friends and volunteering in the community and also for a cause. She is compassionate about caring for the planet, saving the bees and coming up for a cure for ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Her hero and uncle, is currently battling this disease. She hopes to raise awareness in hopes of a treatment or a cure.
“A” is for “Always” - Always show kindness to others.
“L” is for “Love” - Show love to those around you.
“I” is for “Imagine” - Imagine you can be anything!