Miss Pre-teen Texas International recognized by Webb Co.

Anaregina Guerra, 11, was crowned Miss Pre-Teen Texas International in early March and was recognized in Webb County Commissioner’s Court on April 11.

Amid his success at the Arlington, Texas contest, Guerra will soon represent Texas and Webb at the July International contest in Kingsport, Tennessee.

“All I can say is congratulations to you. You are a true leader and you will also be a great leader in our community,” Commissioner Rosario Wawi Tijerina said.

Guerra competed against girls across the state on March 6 in the fitness wear, fun fashion, party dress and interview categories. According to her bio, her platform is built on promoting kindness and encouraging girls to be leaders. According to the Texas International Pageant, Anaregina was crowned Miss Texas Preteen International 2021, Bayleigh Figueroa, in front of a sold-out audience.

However, in addition to her role as Miss Pre-Teen Texas 2022 and being an honorary fifth-grade student at Trautmann Elementary, she is also the founder of the Queens Bee Kind Project, which sells motivational items through pop-up shops with 100% profit. used to buy gifts and sponsor events for children in the community in need.

Additionally, on Easter, Guerra donated Easter baskets to children living at Laredo Bethany House.


“His belief is that every child deserves to be celebrated,” Tijerina said.

“I was super excited when I won this title, because I was competing against girls from all over Texas, and I’m even more excited to represent Texas in an international competition in Tennessee,” Guerra said. in response.

The commissioners praised Guerra’s powerful communication skills, as County Judge Tano Tijerina said that left him speechless.

According to their website, the International Pageant system was developed to promote today’s women, their accomplishments, and their commitment to family and marriage. They say women everywhere are finding this system an opportunity to work with their husbands and families to become positive role models in their communities.

The contest score for the Pre-Teen Texas contest is 40%/30% Interview, 30%/35% Party Dress, and 30%/35% Fun Fashion. Contest entry fees start at $495 for all divisions.

Guerra is part of the 2022 Texas Queens along with Zoey Daly, Kayla Mugweru, Kelsey Cameron, Tinja Anderson and Jennifer Daly.

“She is simply outstanding,” said curator Cindy Liendo. “I am moved because you are so inspiring and I know you are a role model for so many young women in your school, throughout our community and now throughout Texas. So congratulations. We are very proud of you, and we know that you will continue and win the next title, and we hope to see you here more often.

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