Miss Oklahoma visits students


Participating in pre-pageant activities while in Altus

By Mary O. Esparza, - mesparza@civitasmedia.com



Miss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier was at Roosevelt Elementary Wednesday afternoon talking to students about such subjects as respect and saying no to drugs.


Miss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier has met over 40,000 Oklahoma students, and DeAgo Howard was happy to be one of them.


Although Miss Oklahoma had fun with the kids she visited at Roosevelt Elmentary School Wednesday, she also talked to them about important issues such as bullying, health and making good decisions.


Georgia Frazier, Miss Oklahoma 2015, is in Altus this week for the Miss Altus Pageant. The Altus pageant will be held this Saturday Feb. 20 at the Altus City Auditorium. (See a special Miss Altus Pageant section in today’s edition of the Altus Times.)

Miss Oklahoma is participating in some of the pre-pageant activities while here. She is also visiting several local schools. On Tuesday she visited the students at Roosevelt Elementary School. She talked to the kids about a variety of topics including bullying, respect, health, school, good decisions and what it’s like being Miss Oklahoma. The kids also got to dance the “Whip Whip Nae Nae” song with Miss Oklahoma as well as take some selfies with her.

Frazier is no stranger to Southwest Oklahoma. She accompanied Miss Oklahoma Taylor Treet as Miss Outstanding Teen in 2009, “It is neat to return to Altus and see some familiar faces,” said Frazier.

Frazier said the Miss Altus pageant gives young ladies confidence, and helps them to overcome pressure from our society to be “model perfect.”

Her five-year journey of state pageants earned her the 2015 Miss Oklahoma title, “Seeing my parents’ faces as I was crowned is a very special memory,” she said. She has traveled over 33,000 miles of Oklahoma, visiting elementary schools and mentoring over 40,000 students. Frazier says, her second best Miss Oklahoma memory has been the schools and students.

Frazier will turn her Miss Oklahoma title over this summer, but she has multiple opportunities awaiting her. First and foremost she plans to enter graduate school and become a sports agent.

When asked what kind of advice or words of encouragement she had for the Miss Altus contestants, she said, “Always be yourself with everyone, and stay true to yourself and your heart ,because you’re beautiful and confident, and that’s enough. Good luck and I cant wait for Saturdays pageant.”

Frazier is a graduate of Oral Roberts University with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree with a major in Organizational Communication and minor in Humanities. During her undergraduate career she was involved in various organizations across campus, which included Order of the Golden Eagles, Ambassador to the President’s Office and the French Club. Frazier was also a recipient of the Whole Person Scholarship at Oral Roberts University. The scholarships Georgia won through the Miss Oklahoma Organization were used to help her achieve her undergraduate education debt-free.

After graduating, Frazier became a Marketing Director at Celebrity Attractions in Tulsa. She was the director of the Little Rock market and assisted with the West Texas markets. In June, Frazier was crowned Miss Oklahoma 2015 where she received awards for Lifestyle & Fitness and Interview, besides being recognized for her Community Service. In September, she placed as a Top Ten Finalist to Miss America 2016.

Frazier has volunteered with various organizations, mentoring programs and coordinated multiple events. She has worked with the American Cancer Society for the last four years as a committee member on the Cattle Baron’s Ball committee – some of her positions include Event Coordinator, Children’s Party Coordinator, and the Entertainment Coordinator. She has helped raise over $500,000 dollars for individuals who are battling the fight of cancer.

In 2009, she was crowned as the 7th Miss Oklahoma’s Outstanding Teen. During her year of service, Frazier travelled the state of Oklahoma speaking to schools and attending community events to promote her platform of

Warriors for Women is Frazier’s heart and mission as Miss Oklahoma. She hopes to spread awareness about women’s health and preventive healthcare. Frazier’s goal is to amplify the voices of women and to empower them to be warriors for their own health. She has spoken to over 12,000 young females from 8th grade through college about the importance of going to annual check ups and preventative health measures. She also started the #StartTalking campaign in social media and at appearances. She has shared her personal story on the web through her blog, reaching over 4,000 followers, as well on Twitter and Facebook. Frazier has also organized Warrior for Women’s Fitness Day’s with the help of local Pilate’s studios in Tulsa to help educate women the importance of fitness and living a healthy lifestyle.

She plans to travel the state as Miss Oklahoma leaving a legacy of empowerment through her platform. She hopes to implement Warriors for Women in all schools and equip each student with the tools to live a healthy lifestyle.

Frazier is the daughter of George and Kay Frazier, and is a proud sister of her siblings Matthew (brother), 36, Brian (brother), 34 and Parker (brother), 26.

Miss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier was at Roosevelt Elementary Wednesday afternoon talking to students about such subjects as respect and saying no to drugs.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_MissOkTalksToKids.jpgMiss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier was at Roosevelt Elementary Wednesday afternoon talking to students about such subjects as respect and saying no to drugs.

Miss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier has met over 40,000 Oklahoma students, and DeAgo Howard was happy to be one of them.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_KidAndMissOklahoma.jpgMiss Oklahoma 2015 Georgia Frazier has met over 40,000 Oklahoma students, and DeAgo Howard was happy to be one of them.

Although Miss Oklahoma had fun with the kids she visited at Roosevelt Elmentary School Wednesday, she also talked to them about important issues such as bullying, health and making good decisions.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_MissOkTalks2.jpgAlthough Miss Oklahoma had fun with the kids she visited at Roosevelt Elmentary School Wednesday, she also talked to them about important issues such as bullying, health and making good decisions.
Participating in pre-pageant activities while in Altus

By Mary O. Esparza,

mesparza@civitasmedia.com

Reach Mary O. Esparza at 580-482-1221, ext. 2077

Reach Mary O. Esparza at 580-482-1221, ext. 2077

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