Sky is the Limit Girl
Gianna Sposato of Webster is one of the two grand prize winners in Bay State Parent magazine's "Sing & Dance With Girl Authority Contest."
The 13 year old (pictured) said she would want to be "The Sky is The Limit Girl" if she was the 10th member of Girl Authority (www.girlauthority.com)
As one of the two grand prize winners, she will perform with the teen pop singing group Saturday at 4 p.m. at the 17th Annual KidsFest at Wachusett Mountain in Princeton.
Her submitted essay is below.
"I believe that the sky is the limit for today's girl if she follows a few key pointers:
Work Hard: I work hard at getting a good education because I know that that is the key to opening all of the doors in your future and making your dreams come true.
Do For Others: I do volunteer work because helping helping others makes me feel good and because it is important to be grateful for the blessings in your own life by sharing your time and energy with others.
Be Responsible: I strive to be responsible, because having this quality sets the stage for success for the rest of your life.
Be Yourself: I take pride in who I am- (red hair and all) because you need to love yourself in order to be happy in life.
Have Fun: I know how to have fun, because isn't that point of it all?!
By following these few simple steps, I am creating my own destiny and for me... The Sky's the Limit!"
Make a date to attend Kidsfest Saturday and watch Gianna perform.
For more information on Kidsfest, visit www.wachusett.,com
For more information onGirl Authority, visit www.girlauthority.com or check out the feature story on the Princesses of Pop inside the September issue of Bay State Parent magazine.