Whether it's on stage displaying the latest hip-hop dance moves or lending a helping hand throughout the San Diego community, Danielle Breanna Abrenica, 16, is a young woman who is always on the move. Known by her family and friends simply “Bre”, she has had a lifelong passion for both dance and community service.

As a junior at Rancho Bernardo High School (RBHS), Breanna is a member of Link Crew and Key Club. Each organization has given her the opportunity to spend numerous hours volunteering at elementary school fairs, charity events and walks.

While the community is where she flourishes, it's the stage where she shines. Breanna began dancing at the age of four. For more than a decade, she has honed her skills in the areas of ballet, tap, jazz and lyrical. Her favorite style is Hip-hop, where the fast paced beats match her fast paced lifestyle. She is currently a member of the RBHS intermediate dance team, which performs at most of the school's basketball and football games.

Prior to her dance experience at school, Breanna attended dance class at Valna Rue School of Dance, Stars Studio and San Diego Dance Center. She was also a member of X-Force, a local Hip-hop performance troupe. With these schools, Breanna has had the opportunity to perform at many locations including San Diego Chargers' Blood Drive, Rancho Bernardo Alive, the Mira Mesa Street Fair, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm and the Holiday Bowl.

She was born and raised in San Diego, and is the daughter of Monique Reyes (stepfather Jason Reyes) and Nick Abrenica, Jr, (stepmother Darlene Abrenica). She currently resides in Rancho Bernardo and is the eldest of six siblings; Jessica, David, Joshua, Annaliese and Mikayla.

She has enrolled in classes at Palomar College this summer with a plan to earn a full-year of college credit before her graduation from RBHS in 2007. She hopes to attend Pepperdine University in the fall of 2007 to major in Business Administration and dreams of one day starting her own business in the entertainment industry.

2006-2008 Miss Teen FAASDNC



Fifteen-year-old Margarrette Ocreto, also known as Megan, is a San Diego native and currently attends Valley Center High School in Escondido. She previously attended Mira Mesa High School and participated in the JROTC program where she earned numerous awards including the medal for Military Order of World War and the Award of Merit. She developed core life skills, confidence, and strengthened her sense of responsibility. Along with her father and sister, she has actively supported the community by providing assistance to many of victims of the October Fires.

Megan is known for her outgoing personality, her compassionate and sympathetic nature, and her eagerness to help others. Her fondness for animals has prompted her to adopt one named Shadow, five turtles, and a rabbit name Tessa. In her spare time, Megan plays volleyball, spends time with her friends and family, sings, and dances. She hopes to continue developing her skills as a singer and dancer.

2006-2008 Little Miss FAASDNC



Queen Lira Rena Liwag is 9 years old and currently attending Sanburg Elementary School in Mira Mesa. She was born on December 4, 1996 in San Francisco, California to Vladimir and Florian Liwag. She is the youngest of three children.

Queen enjoys dancing, singing, watching movies, and playing with her friends. Her favorite TV shows are on Nickelodeon and the Disney Channel. Her favorite movie is "High School Musical". She comes from a very hard working family. Her mother, Florian runs the family business, Royal Star General Merchandise. Her father works as a business man. Her brother King attends Mira Mesa High School and her brother Prince is enrolled at Challenger Middle School. When Queen is at school, she likes to play tetherball, basketball, and she likes to play with her friends.

Last May 2006, Queen was named Queen of Reyna Del Las Flores, a popularity contest held by the Filipino American Cultural Group. In addition, Queen just recently obtained her Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. She has learned at a young age that hard work has it rewards.