Volunteer of the Season-Anna Auger
In July 2011, Anna was crowned Miss Kaysville/Fruit Heights. After spending a year serving the community and making some of her dearest friends, she stepped down as the Miss and took over as Director. She was only 20 years old when she filled the spot as Director. The spot was open and she was ready to take on the challenge. She thought that being the Director would be a wonderful opportunity for her to grow and learn how events truly work. She felt that because she was the Miss, that she had the perspective that was needed to take the pageant further and really connect with the girls. Through her time as director she was also working and attending Weber State University for a Marketing degree. She really loves working with people and truly learning from them. She believes that everyone has something to offer and to teach you if we as the recipient are willing to be open and listen. She learned to speak with confidence and passion, to keep my composure and be respectful, to truly see another person's perspective, to have confidence within oneself, to serve with a good heart and to be an example to others. She is thankful the hard work and late nights that the pageant gave her. She was able to grow so much and truly understand the passions in her life. She was able to gain perspective on her career path and her hobbies. She has always loved marketing and events and that is what she chose to major in. She now works at an advertising agency and she loves it! She has a background in working events and planning. Through her time of being involved in the pageant she was able to truly come to know and love so many people. She is close to members of the community and cherishes the friendships that she had made. She is thankful for the events that she was involved in and the ones that she planned. She was given years of experience to work in a field that she loved. She enjoyed just about every minute of it. She was able to learn that committees are important and that you always need back up plans a-z. Kaysville has given her so much growing up but her sweetest gift was her time with the pageant. She is grateful and humbled that she was able to have the job. Her heart is full and she feels very fortunate to be a part of this magical town. Thank you to all those who supported and worked with her. She is very fond of you all.