Special to The Mountain Advocate
The GFWC KY Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club is happy to announce this week’s leading candidates for the 2015 Daniel Boone Festival Royalty Race. This will be the first week for leading candidates.
In the miniature queen race, the leading candidate is Bethany Judith Grace Shoupe. Bethany is the daughter of Enesel Shoupe and Gilbert Shoupe of Barbourville. Bethany attends Central Elementary School where she is enjoying being in kindergarten. Her hobbies include riding her bicycle, reading, writing, playing outside and playing with her dolls. Bethany’s future plans are to finish school.
In the miniature king race, the leading candidate is Evan Jameson Lee. Evan is the son of Kristina
Hinkle and Jason Lee of Heidrick. Evan attends Barbourville Elementary School where he is enjoying playing t-ball and going on scavenger hunts to find buried treasures. His hobbies include swimming, hiking, playing with nerf guns, helping babysit his cousin Owen and riding the rhino on his farm down to the river and fishing in his pond. Evan’s future plans are to become a pharmacist and travel the country in his RV.
In the princess race, the leading candidate is Anna Catherine Siler. Anna is the daughter of Jimmy and Lisa Siler of Barbourville. Anna attends Barbourville Middle School where she is a member of the choir, Girl Scouts and First Priority. Her hobbies include singing, camping, writing and playing the piano. Anna’s future plans are to attend Union College and become a teacher and/or an author.
In the queen race, the leading candidate is Breanna Mills. Breanna is the daughter of Preston and Ronda Mills of Flat Lick. Breanna attends Knox Central High School where she is on the KC Dance Team and the chamber choir. Her hobbies include riding horses, spending time with her family, friends and boyfriend, dancing, singing and supporting her cancer fighting gramps! Breanna’s future plans are to attend college and become a lawyer.
The Daniel Boone Festival Royalty Coronation will be held Monday, October 5, at 7:00 pm, at Knox County Middle School. Everyone is invited to attend. Admission is $3.00. The GFWC Kentucky Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club would like to thank everyone for their continuing support.