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Goober Gazette: Macy Leonhardt to represent FUMC


Goober Gazette: Macy Leonhardt to represent FUMC
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Macy Kay Leonhardt is honored to be representing Floresville United Methodist Church in the 2013 Peanut Festival. Macy is the daughter of Kenneth and Penny Leonhardt of Floresville. She has a sister, Morgan, an eighth-grader at Floresville Middle School.

Macy has attended FUMC her entire life, and is active in the youth group. Macy is an honor student at Floresville High School and serves as the varsity cheer captain as well as a section leader in the Mighty Tiger Band. She is also a member of National Honor Society. Macy plans to attend the University of Texas and major in sports medicine.

Macy would like to thank her family for their support, and her church for allowing her to represent the congregation. She would also like to thank her escort, Andrew Smith, the son of Dwaine and Julie Smith of Floresville.
 

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