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GOOBER GAZETTE: Princess-elect Georgia Dunn


GOOBER GAZETTE: Princess-elect Georgia Dunn
Georgia Marie Dunn


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Georgia Marie Dunn, a senior at Floresville High School, is the 17-year-old daughter of James and Betty Freasier and Donna Dunn of Floresville. Georgia’s grandparents are John and Melba Dunn, Mary Lee Saunderson, and Jim and Nell Freasier. Georgia lives on the family ranch and her interests include raising and showing cattle, music, cooking, and community service.

Georgia is an active member of the Wilson County 4-H, serving as club president and president of the Wilson County 4-H Council. She has shown heifers and steers through 4-H and was recently part of the Food Challenge team that placed second at the 2011 4-H State Round-up competition.

She is also very active with the Floresville FFA, currently serving as vice president and showing steers and heifers. Georgia has also competed in Public Relations through FFA and was a member of the state-qualifying FFA livestock judging team in 2010.

In addition, Georgia is currently serving as president of the Texas Junior Simmental Simbrah Association. She has won more than 30 belt buckles showing Simbrah heifers as well as competing in showmanship and various leadership competitions at the local, state, regional, and national levels.

Last but not least, Georgia has been a member of the Floresville Mighty Tiger Band for seven years and is currently serving as both brass lieutenant and tuba section leader.

Georgia will be crowned the Princess of Ethereal Images in the 2011 Floresville Peanut Festival Court of the Mystical Magical Universe. She will be escorted by Darren Servantez, a 17-year-old senior at Floresville High School. Darren is the son of Adela and Louis Servantez Jr. of Floresville.

Georgia and Darren have been friends and classmates for more than 12 years, and they are very excited and honored to be representing our community as members of the 2011 Peanut Festival Royal Court.
 

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