Queens for a Cure
is an organization founded to
raise money for various charities. Queens for a Cure
was founded in 2004 by Lacie
Smith, former Miss Georgia American Coed. In 2009,
Lacie appointed then International Junior Miss Junior
Teen Queen, Kayla Watson, as her successor in leading
Q4C. In Autumn 2010, Anna Grace
Smith was appointed the Tennessee state director for the
newly formed Tennessee division of Queens for a Cure.
In June 2012, at age 12, Anna Grace became the youngest
President in Queens for a Cure history when Kayla Watson
stepped aside and appointed her the new President of the
national Queens for a Cure. Since its inception, Q4C has raised almost $100,000 for
cancer research and has raised support for many other
charities including (but not limited to) the American
Cancer Society, March of Dimes, Dream House for
Medically Fragile Children, Special Olympics, Susan G.
Komen for the Cure and many more! Anna Grace has many exciting events in the works for the
coming year! Join today and be a part of the
excitement, and make a difference in your community.
October 20, 2012 - 2nd Annual Q4C "Think Pink"
Benefit Pageant. Low entry fee and all proceeds go
to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Click here for info and entry form.
2011 Cooking for a
Cure Cookbook -- Now selling! Benefitting Susan G. Komen and St. Jude
Children's Hospital. The cookbooks have over 150
great recipes and are only $9 each! Less than 20
books left, get yours while they last! Email your
order to us at
Queens for a Cure and begin making a difference in
your community today,
April 2012 - MS Walk
in Murfreesboro - TNQ4C team raised over $1000 for the
Multiple Sclerosis Society, Middle TN Chapter
February 2012 - Light the
3, 2011 - Jingle Bell Walk benefitting Arthritis
November 2011 -
Charming Charlie Social benefitting Ronald McDonald House,
October 22, 2011 - The
First Annual TNQ4C Think Pink Benefit Pageant raised over
$1100 for Komen for the Cure and St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital! Congratulations to the winners:
Jr. Princess - Allison Kirian, Princess - Alyssa Stump,
Preteen - Natalie Wilson, Jr. Teen - Olivia Wright, Teen -
Leslie Karen Moulton and 2011 TNQ4C Overall Queen at Heart -
Addison Ponds! Our optional contest winners were:
Junior Divison Photogenic - Alyssa Stump, Junior Division
Supermodel - Maddie Smith, Senior Division Photogenic -
Olivia Wright and Senior Division Supermodel - Leslie Karen
Moulton! CONGRATULATIONS to all the girls! We
appreciate all the parents sharing their wonderful daughters
with us! Special thanks to Hillcrest UMC, Janet Ivey,
Scott Conder, Mandy Deckard, Brittney Eskew, Mya
Pronschinske, Cyndi Lavonne, Sherri Fitch, Edible
Arrangements, Charming Charlie, Tim Hiber, Crown Bucketz,
Bridal Country, Christa & Macie Roberts, William Thompson
and all the friends and family of TNQ4C for donating their
time and talents to make the event successful!
October 2011 -
Participated in Light the Night at LP Field
September 2011 - Boys
and Girls Club Duck Race on the Cumberland (we labeled
10,000 rubber ducks)
August 2011 - Hosted a
welcome reception for USA National Miss Royalty during thier
Royalty Trip to Nashville
June 2011 -
Participated in the Soap for Hope Car Wash and Bake Sale
benefitting Autism Speaks.
2011 MS Walk -- April 2, 2011,
Thank you to our team for raising over $600 for the
National Multiple Sclerosis Society!
January 2011 - Children's Miracle
Network BounceU event.
December 2010 through January 2011
Cookies for a Cure. We raised over $100 for St. Jude
October 2010 Cookies for a
Cure. We made and sold over 135 dozen "Pink Ribbon"
sugar cookies in just 2 1/2 weeks and were able to donate $540 to Susan G. Komen
for the Cure!
First Annual Think Pink Benefit Pageant, Oct.
Anna Grace and Maddie
S. presenting the check from their "Cookies for
a Cure" event to Susan G. Komen for the Cure