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Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen, entrepreneurship is paying dividends

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Published on Thursday, March 6, 2014

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Kehler Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014, is making a difference  in the Blue Ridge Community promoting her platform

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Kehler Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014, is making a difference  in the Blue Ridge Community promoting her platform "Breast Cancer Awareness".



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Children at Skyland Elementary School model the T-shirts designed and sold by Kehler Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014. They are Eli Hightower, Madison Mitchell, Kennedy Wallen, Abby Styles (who is also Little Miss Merry Christmas), Caroline Morris, Kloey McAbee, and Allonah Lambly.

Julie McCombs

Children at Skyland Elementary School model the T-shirts designed and sold by Kehler Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014. They are Eli Hightower, Madison Mitchell, Kennedy Wallen, Abby Styles (who is also Little Miss Merry Christmas), Caroline Morris, Kloey McAbee, and Allonah Lambly.



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Kehler Bryant will compete in the Miss South Carolina Teen pageant, June 24-28, at Township Auditorium in Columbia. She is a student at Blue Ridge.

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Kehler Bryant will compete in the Miss South Carolina Teen pageant, June 24-28, at Township Auditorium in Columbia. She is a student at Blue Ridge.



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Students show their support of Kehler Bryant and her beauty pageant platform for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Julie McCombs

Students show their support of Kehler Bryant and her beauty pageant platform for Breast Cancer Awareness.



Kehler Bryant has this idea that a beauty queen can have an impact on fashion that becomes a business with profits benefiting Breast Cancer Prevention.

Bryant, Miss El Dorado Teen 2014, is seeing her platform come to life in the Blue Ridge community she will represent in the Miss South Carolina Teen pageant and the Skyland Elementary Relay for Life team.

Black T-shirts with the phrase, “Clawing Out Cancer” in white and pink lettering is in vogue in Blue Ridge with already more than 100 sold. Bryant will be selling the T-shirts today and Friday at Mountain View Elementary, Monday and Tuesday at Blue Ridge Middle and Wednesday at Blue Ridge High School.

Bryant, a Blue Ridge student, has embraced the responsibility of representing her community as a teen queen.  She sold “chuck a pucks” at last Friday’s Road Warriors game and led the fan countdown as the team entered the ice rink. She spent Tuesday afternoon at the Clemson IHOP for National Pancake Day.

The Miss South Carolina Teen pageant is June 24-28 at Township Auditorium in Columbia.

Kehler’s parents are Angie and Cevin Bryant.

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