2012 Miss Titleholders

Sommer Camp 2012Platform: RESPECT
Talent: Vocal
Age: 20
Parents:  Susan and John Camp
Hometown:  Winfield
School:  Wichita State University

Awards:
Debra Bryant Best Stage Presence:  $250.00
Non-Finalist:  $1,000.00

Scholastic/Career Ambition:
Obtain a Doctorate in Theatre, Collegiate Theatre Professor

Scholastic Honors: 
Principle’s honor roll every semester in High School; and honor roll or Dean’s honor roll every semester of college; Member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Introductory Member of the National Society of Leadership and Success; Member of the National Honor Society; Graduated in the top 10 percent of my class.

Leadership Roles: 
Created a RESPECT curriculum for grades K-12 in public schools; Contacted and set up presentations in each level of the public school system; Dance captain  various teams and theatre shows; Choreographer of 3 musicals; Drama Club President 2 years.
 
Accomplishments:
Member of the International Thespian Society, working 1000 hours for the title of Honor Thespian.Interesting Facts:  I am the oldest child in my family, and the only girl. My name is Sommer Camp because I was born on April Fool’s Day 4/1 at 4:01 and my parents thought it would be funny.  I am a natural redhead.

Employment:
DanceCamp Studio as a dance teacher. The Winfield Marquee as a Choreographer. Winfield High School Choreographer.  Full time babysitter for Kris Morin’s three children for three consecutive summers.

Why I should be Miss Kansas:
Respect is esteem for the worth and excellence in a person. I am sure you would agree that every single person is worthwhile and excellent. Then why is it that so many times we do not treat them with the respect that is every person’s right. My platform’s mission is to teach what respect is, the steps to showing respect, and why respect is crucial.I firmly believe in Theodore Roosevelt’s statement, “No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” This statement is one of the biggest reasons I believe I would make a wonderful Miss Kansas. I care about everything this program stands for and all of the organizations in alliance with them. I believe the role of Miss Kansas is a vital tool for getting my RESPECT program into schools throughout the state and changing the outlook of our youth.

FUTURE MISS KANSAS COMPETITION FINALS

Miss & Teen Competition Dates postponed to
June 12, 2021

Pratt Community College in Pratt, KS
Miss Kansas - Dennis Lesh Sports Arena
Miss Kansas' Outstanding Teen - Carpenter Auditorium