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Goober Gazette: Kortney Cannon to represent Beta Kappa Iota during festival


Goober Gazette: Kortney Cannon to represent  Beta Kappa Iota during festival
Kortney Cannon and Brennen Light


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Kortney Cannon, the daughter of Ryan and Tara Lee, will be representing Beta Kappa Iota during the 2013 Floresville Peanut Festival.

She is a member of Floresville High School’s National Honor Society and works at the Floresville South Elementary School as a first-grade tutor.

Her escort, Brennen Light, the son of Dale and Tiffany Light, is a member of Floresville High School’s Junior Historians Club and works at Pizza Hut.

They are excited to be a part of this year’s Peanut Festival.
 

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