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GOOBER GAZETTE: Ashlee Emerson to represent festival President Clements

GOOBER GAZETTE: Ashlee Emerson to represent festival President Clements
Eric Ramdass and Ashlee Emerson

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Ashlee Emerson, a 17-year-old senior at Floresville High School, is honored to represent Peanut Festival Association President Audrey Clements in the 67th annual Floresville Peanut Festival.

A Floresville High School varsity cheerleader, Ashlee is a member of the Mighty Tiger Band and the National Honor Society. After graduation, Ashlee plans to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio to study forensic science.

Ashlee, the daughter of Tony and Malynda Emerson of Floresville, is the granddaughter of Brian and Wanda Pepple of Everett, Pa. She is the sister of Becky Pepple of Everett, and Jarrod and Samuel Emerson of Floresville.

Ashlee’s escort will be Eric Ramdass, a 17-year-old senior at Floresville High School. Eric is the son of H.R. and Fay Ramdass. Eric is a member of the Leo Club, the Methodist and St. Anthony’s youth groups, the Floresville High School baseball team, and the Mighty Tiger Band. Upon graduation, Eric plans to attend the University of Texas Medical School.

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