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  • Writer's pictureMallory Fuller

Miss Texas Legacy Society Spotlight

17 years ago, I had my very first experience with the Miss Texas Organization. A few years later I stepped on the stage with my older sister Morgan as a Lone Star Princess. Bright-eyed and star-struck by the women on that stage, I immediately knew this organization was something special. At six years old, I knew my time with the Miss Texas Organization was just beginning.


The point of today’s post is not about me, but about the people who I have had the honor of working with as Miss Colleyville. I believe that one of the most important aspects of protecting our mental health is surrounding yourself with people who build you up, empower you, and even allow you to fall apart so they can help put you back together. This team has challenged, and grown me in ways that I never knew possible, and loved me for just being Mallory.


I believe that one of the most important aspects of protecting our mental health is surrounding yourself with people who build you up, empower you, and even allow you to fall apart so they can help put you back together.

When I was crowned Miss Colleyville in 2019, I knew that I was stepping into something very special. Little did I know, a global pandemic would hit and I would get a bonus year of working with these incredible women.


One of the most exciting things for me beginning this journey was that the women on my team were women that I grew up watching compete. As a lone star princess, I watched Erin compete alongside my sister Morgan. When my sister Madison won Miss Texas Outstanding Teen, I watched Jordan stand hand in hand with Ashley Melnick as she was crowned Miss Texas. When Madison crowned Reilly as Miss Texas Outstanding Teen, I sat eagerly in the audience just waiting to jump on that stage the following year. To say that these women were my role models growing up is truly an understatement.



While I am so incredibly proud of the growth I have experienced over these last 2 years, I could not have done it without the help of this team. Today, I am excited to highlight them and show you all the village that has shaped me into who I am both on and off the stage.



I am so incredibly thankful for the role these women have played in my life over the past two years. While this list is just the beginning of the people who have played a vital role in my journey in this organization, I realize we would be here for hours if I tried to list everyone (Shout out to alllll of my former local organizations, y’all will never know how special you are to me).


The Miss Texas Organization would not be what it is today if it weren’t for the incredible volunteers that tirelessly volunteer their time to the betterment of the organization. If you are a former contestant, state titleholder, or volunteer and would like to be a part of the Miss Texas Legacy Society, you can join by following the link here.


Thank you will never be enough. This organization is changing lives, and I am so stinking grateful for every opportunity.


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