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Goober Gazette: Morkovsky to represent festival president, Rhea Nell Rogers


Goober Gazette: Morkovsky to represent festival president, Rhea Nell Rogers


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Molly Morkovsky is honored to represent the president of the Floresville Peanut Festival Association, Rhea Nell Rogers. in the coronation of the Court of America’s Majestic Beauty.

Molly, 17, is the daughter of Russell and Shelley Morkovsky and a senior at Floresville High School.

A major on the Tigerettes Dance Team, Molly is also a member of the National Honor Society and Link Crew. Active in her church, Molly is involved as a director with the Teen ACTS retreat team at Sacred Heart Church in Floresville.

After graduating from high school, Molly plans to attend Texas A&M University to major in landscape architecture.

Molly currently works part time as an employee at Scoops & More in Floresville. Sandy Haglund, owner of Scoops & More, has generously donated the use of her car for the parade.

Molly would like to thank her parents for their unconditional love and support in her life.

Escorting Molly will be Charles Albert, the son of Charles and Shannon Albert.

Charlie is a senior at Floresville High School and is captain of the Tigers varsity basketball team. During the summer months, Charlie plays for the San Antonio Celtics.

A member of the National Honor Society, Charlie is an active member of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, where he serves as an usher.

After graduation, Charlie plans to attend college to major in physical therapy.

Charlie currently works part time for H-E-B in Floresville.

He would like to thank his parents for their love and support and would also like to thank Molly for the opportunity to escort her in this year’s parade.
 

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