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Goober Gazette: Train Bearer Kambri Lanae Angle
Kambri Lanae Angle
Kambri Lanae Angle is excited and honored to represent the Floresville Peanut Festival Association as train bearer to Queen Corinne Morkovsky and the Court of Broadway Lights.
Kambri is the 5-year-old daughter of Linnci Angle and Jeremy Angle and the little sister of Kaeden. She is the granddaughter of Jim Helmke and the late Beverli Helmke, and Stephanie and Larry Angle, and the great-granddaughter of Florence Baumann and the late Henry Baumann, and Melba Angle and the late Robert Angle, all of Floresville.
Kambri currently attends kindergarten at the Floresville South Elementary campus, where she is in Ms. Titzman’s class and is a member of the future graduating class of 2026 from Floresville High School. Kambri enjoys participating in cheerleading, dance, and sports. She is currently in her third season of cheering on the Floresville Wildcats and is a third-year dancer with the Erin Jones School of Dance. She has played soccer in the Wilson County Soccer League, T-ball in the Floresville Little League, and basketball in the Spurs Youth League. Kambri enjoys attending Floresville Tiger and Jaguar competitions and all of her brother’s sporting events. Kambri and her family are members of the First Lutheran Church in Floresville, where she enjoys attending Sunday school.
Kambri’s family involvement in the Peanut Festival is very strong. Many of her family members have served on the court in various capacities throughout the years. Her mother served as a page and a princess and is the current treasurer for the association. Her late grandmother, Beverli Helmke, served as a train bearer, a page, and a princess, and was a longtime board member. Her uncle, Blake Helmke, served as a page and king, while her uncle, Blake Angle, served as a page and prince. Her grandfather, Jim Helmke, has served as Lord High Chamberlain of the coronation for the past 26 years and is a current board member.
Kambri and her family would like to express many thanks to Marietta Matheaus for the construction of her beautiful gown. She would also like to extend her gratitude to Queen Corinne Morkovsky and her family for providing her the opportunity to continue her family’s Peanut Festival traditions and allow her to be a part of this rich history.
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