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GOOBER GAZETTE: Crown Bearer Bradley Meuth


GOOBER GAZETTE: Crown Bearer Bradley Meuth
Bradley Ryan Meuth


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Bradley Ryan Meuth is pleased to accept the honor of serving as Crown Bearer to Queen-elect Alexa Carvajal in the 67th annual Peanut Festival’s Court of Mystical Magical Universe. Bradley is 6 years old and attends first grade at Floresville North Elementary School. He is the son of Bill and Stacy Meuth, and has one big sister, Payton, who is 11 years old and in the sixth grade at Floresville Middle School. Bradley’s proud grandparents are Bill and Michele Meuth, Calvin and Debbee Pundt, and Martha Pundt, and the late Jerry Pundt. His great-grandmother, Pauline Pundt, will also be supporting him at this year’s festival.

Bradley takes great pride following the tradition of family involvement in the Peanut Festival. His great-grandfather, Joe D. Tackitt Sr., and his great-uncles farmed peanuts for many years in Wilson County. He is extremely proud to join his family in representing the Floresville Peanut Festival. Many of his family members have proudly served in the Peanut Festival. His sister, Payton, served as Train Bearer to Queen Desiree Treviño in the Court of Coronations Past. Bradley has had many other family members serve in the Children’s Court, Royal Court, and as President of the festival. Bradley’s great-grandmother, the late Mary Ella Tackitt, served as honorary parade marshal in 1998.

Bradley would like to extend a special thanks to Mata Orth for creating the beautiful outfit he will be wearing.

Bradley is grateful for the experience of participating in the Floresville Peanut Festival and extends his appreciation to Queen-elect Alexa Carvajal for giving him the opportunity to serve on the Court of Mystical Magical Universe and represent his hometown in this year’s 67th annual Peanut Festival.
 

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