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Goober Gazette: Eberhardt represents courthouse


Goober Gazette: Eberhardt represents courthouse


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October 10, 2012
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Kaitlyn Lane Eberhardt has been chosen to represent the Wilson County Courthouse in the 68th annual Floresville Peanut Festival.

Kaitlyn, 17, is the daughter of Dennis and Lisa Eberhardt of San Antonio.

She is a senior at Floresville High School and has been on the “A” Honor Roll all four years. Kaitlyn has been a member of the Mighty Tiger Band for four years, serving as a section leader, soloist, representative, and now drum major. She participates in Student Council and currently serves as the vice president. Kaitlyn is a member of National Honor Society and serves as the reporter, and was the yearbook editor last year.

Outside of school, Kaitlyn is the president of the Alamo Arabian Youth Horse Association, the president of the Junior Daughters of the King -- a prayer and service organization, and is very involved in community-service projects. She enjoys showing horses and competed at the Youth Nationals this summer in Albuquerque, N.M.

Kaitlyn would like to give a huge thanks to the Wilson County Courthouse staff and Olga Marrero for allowing her the honor to represent such a great institution and to Jorge and Blanca Campos for allowing Jorge Campos to escort her for this wonderful occasion.
 

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