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Goober Gazette: Ritzen to represent OLPH Church


Goober Gazette: Ritzen to represent OLPH Church


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Kayla Nicole Ritzen is proud to represent Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH) Church in the 2012 Peanut Festival. Kayla is the daughter of Frank and Cynthia Ritzen and has an older brother, Frank Ritzen II, and a younger sister, Krystal Ritzen.

Kayla, a senior, is active in OLPH’s church festival foundation. She is also a member of the National Honor Society and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Kayla also plays for the varsity Jaguar softball team for Floresville High School. Kayla and her escort, Charles Albert, are both employed at H-E-B in Floresville.

Charles Albert, the son of Charles and Shannon Albert, has one younger sibling, Chris. Charles is also a member of the National Honor Society and plays for the varsity Tiger basketball team.

Kayla and Charles would like to thank Our Lady of Perpetual Help for allowing them to represent the church. They would also like to thank Don and Angela Scee, Kayla’s uncle and aunt, for the car they will be using in the Peanut Festival, and Shannon Albert for taking their pictures.
 

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