Teen Spotlight: Kaitlyn Taylor

Kaitlyn Taylor was born at 29 weeks. After a long stay in the NICU, she was very fortunate to not have suffered any damage from a premature birth. “So many people helped during that time in Kaitlyn’s life,” said her mother Kristi, which led her to return the favor and help Kaitlyn do the same. Kaitlyn has served more than 1,500 hours of community service in the last year. She’s been recognized by Gov. Robert Bentley for her efforts, and is the recipient of both the Sheila Whitehurst and Valerie Sawyers Community Service Awards. She was recently named Miss Alabama National Teenager, Teen Miss United States Woodlands and received honors in the National Miss Heart of the USA and International Junior Miss pageants.

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