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Goober Gazette: Crown bearer Eleysa Servantes
Eleysa Rae Servantes is honored and excited to serve as crown bearer to Queen-elect Caitlyn May in the 68th annual Court of America’s Majestic Beauty. Eleysa is the 5-year-old daughter of Johnny and Sonia Servantes, and the big sister to Mia Marie Servantes. Eleysa’s proud grandparents are Mary and Albert Perez Jr., and Linda Mae and Antonio Servantes Sr. She is also the great-granddaughter of Alberto B. Perez and Genovevo and Mary Ellen Moreno.
Eleysa attends kindergarten at Sacred Heart School and is a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. She has participated in various activities including Wildcat Cheerleading and the Wilson County Soccer League. She enjoys reading, gardening with her Pa, and playing with her little “sis.”
Eleysa is proud to represent the Floresville Peanut Festival Association, as did her cousin Skylynn Servantes, who served as train bearer to Queen Brooke Alumbaugh in the 2009 Court of Enchanted Gardens. Many other family members have also served on the Children’s Court, Royal Court, and board of directors, and Eleysa is honored to follow this tradition.
Eleysa would like to express her sincere gratitude to Cathy Sawers for creating her beautiful gown. She would also like to thank Queen-elect Caitlyn May and her family for allowing her the opportunity to be a part of Peanut Festival history.
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