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Goober Gazette: Cruz, Angell to represent coronation programmer


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Urcela Nicole Cruz and Dylan Angell are both proud to represent Peanut Festival Coronation Programmer Kendra Burks.

Urcela, the daughter of Carlos and Angelina of Floresville, has four younger siblings, Carlos, Alexandra, Antonio, and Angelina.

A senior at Floresville High, Urcela is a member of Red Cross Club and the National Honor Society. She is employed at Pizza Hut in Floresville.

Urcela would like to thank her good friend, Dylan Angell, the son of Rusty and Patricia Angell of Floresville, for escorting her.

Dylan is employed at Sears, which his father owns. He is a senior at Floresville High School and spends most of his time focusing on school. In his spare time, he rides dirt bikes.

Urcela and Dylan would also like to thank Kendra Burks for allowing them to represent her, and also would like to thank Dylan’s grandma, Annie Angell, for the vehicle they will be using in the Peanut Festival.
 

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