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GOOBER GAZETTE: Peña is rep for city of Floresville




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Alixzandra Peña is proud to be the 2011 Peanut Festival representative for the city of Floresville. She will be escorted by Cody Payne.

Alix, the 17-year-old daughter of Ronnie and Debbie Peña, is a senior at Floresville High School and is involved in many activities in and out of school. Alix is a second-year Drum Major for the Mighty Tiger Band, plays varsity soccer, and is an active member of Student Council, the National Honor Society, and the Red Cross Club. She is vice president of the Junior Catholic Daughters and is an Ambassador in the Girl Scouts.

Cody Payne, 17, is the son of Jon and Twyla Payne. As a senior, Cody is the Drum Line Captain for the Mighty Tiger Band and plays varsity basketball for Floresville High School. He also participates in the National Honor Society and the Link Crew.

Alix and Cody are also both members of A.C.T.S. through the Floresville and Elmendorf Catholic churches.
 

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