Baker Honors Local Resident Upon Winning Miss Teen of America 2018
Rep. Matt Baker (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter) presented a citation to Alana Castle in the House chamber in recognition of her being named Miss Teen of America 2018. Alana is a student at Canton High School and resides in Canton, Bradford County. Pictured (from left) are Jonathan Castle, Alana’s father; JanNeita Taylor, her grandmother; The Rev. Dwayne Taylor, her grandfather; Alana; Baker; and Yonna Castle, her mother.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Matt Baker (R-Tioga/Bradford/Potter) this week presented a citation from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to Alana Castle in recognition of her being named Miss Teen of America 2018.

Alana is the daughter of Jonathan and Yonna Castle of Canton, Bradford County. She was named Miss Teen Pennsylvania 2017 on July 8, at which time she earned the chance to compete for Miss Teen of America. Alana is currently ranked first in her class at Canton High School and is an active volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Canton’s Warrior Weekender Backpack programs.

“Alana has proven herself to be a hard-working and talented young woman who has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and is a positive role model to others,” said Baker. “I congratulate her upon winning both Miss Teen Pennsylvania and Miss Teen of America, and wish her the best of luck in all her future endeavors.”

Alana was crowned Miss Teen of America 2017 in Orlando, FL, on Nov. 18.

Representative Matthew Baker
68th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Tricia Lehman

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