Lacie Ross is the director for the Miss Hahira Honeybee Pageant held annually in Hahira, Georgia.
Among many titles, Lacie was Miss Georgia United States 2013 and Miss Georgia South 2013 where she went on to place in the top 15 at Miss Georgia USA. She has judged, directed, and competed in multiple pageants. Lacie even appeared on TLC’s “Here comes Honey Boo Boo” as a celebrity judge.
Mrs. Ross is a graduate of Valdosta State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Minor in Human Resources. She also holds an Associates in Science from Georgia Military College. Lacie is very active in the community where she has held positions as a L.A.M.P homeless shelter mentor, Second Harvest of South Georgia spokesperson, team member with the Georgia Special Olympics, ambassador for People Water, committee member for the Hahira Honeybee festival, among many others. She is currently on the board of directors and choreographer for the Miss Georgia South Pageant.
Lacie is happily married to her husband, Nick, who she met on an airplane coming home from Miss United States. The Rosses have three beautiful children, Atticus, Ander, and Addleigh Elaine and reside in Highland, Michigan.
A quote by Audrey Hepburn is one Mrs. Ross lives by “As you grow older, you will learn you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”
Many people have asked me the following questions, but if you have one feel free to contact me.
Why did you start blogging?
I started my senior year of college. I have a very close friend who was battled health issues. She wanted people to know about the problems with not taking care of your body and asked if I would share her story. Once I wrote one blog… I was addicted.
What is your gym routine?
I work out five to six times per week. Three days a week I work out with the best trainer in the world, Big Mike, who constantly pushes me to reach new personal goals. The other three days I do cardio. Most of the time I run at least 3 miles or go to the local track to do sprints and stadiums. Working out used to be such a chore, now it’s a habit.
How did you meet your husband?
Nick and I met on a airplane while I was flying home from Miss United States in July 2013. He will tell you this little southern belle knocked his handsome little butt off his feet.