Diamond Paris Eggleston, Crowned Miss Tennessee Valley’s Teen

Raises over $2,000 for #988 Suicide Crisis Lifeline

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MUSCLE SHOALS-Diamond Paris Eggleston, a 10th grader at Muscle Shoals High School was recently crowned Miss Tennessee Valley’s Teen. Diamond also won the Community Service Initative award, a cash scholarship, an in-kind two year scholarship and prizes from area businesses. Diamond is a member of the Muscle Shoals High School Dance Team and an “A” Honor Roll student. Diamond will represent the Shoals area in competing for Miss Alabama Teen in March 2024.

Diamond’s community service initiative is S.H.I.N.E (Sharing Hope Inspiration Now Everywhere) Inspiring Kids & Teen Mental Health.  Since starting her community service initiative S.H.I.N.E, in 2020, Diamond has completed over 150 hours of community service.  This summer, Diamond hosted a 5K & 1 Mile run at McFarland raising $2050.00 for #988 Suicide

Diamond Paris Eggleston

Crisis Life Line.  Diamond is so grateful to all the runners, volunteers, and local area businesses (Listerhill Credit Union, Chick-fil-A, Long Lewis Foundation, Knox Media Group and A Better Life with Life Coach Jerome who helped co-sponsor this year’s run.

Diamond loves inspiring kids and bringing awareness to the importance of teens taking care of their Mental Health. Diamond has received Recognition for her Community Service and a Proclamation declaring the 1st Wednesday in May as Youth Mental Health Awareness Day from the Muscle Shoals Mayor Mike Lockhart.  She has also received a Proclamation from Governor Kay Ivey declaring the 1st Wednesday in May “Teen Mental Health Awareness Day” across the state of Alabama.

Media Release/Casey Eggleston
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