[Posted on Sep 24, 2014 | 595 views]
The Guinea Jubilee Queen’s Court are all expected to be in attendance at Saturday’s Abingdon Volunteer Fire & Rescue Parade, starting at noon, departing from Union Baptist Church, Achilles, and ending at the AVFR station in Bena. Members of the Queen’s Court include: in front, Wee Baby Miss Sayde Belt; first row from left, Baby Miss Avery McTurnal, Wee Toddler Miss Annabelle Neal, Toddler Miss Elaine Owens, Tiny Miss Tessa Carteret; second row, Miss Congeniality Abigail Arnold, Junior Ambassador Cayleigh French, Mini Miss Abigail Brown, Preteen Miss Kaylin Amaral, Little Miss Kendall Pratt, People’s Choice Kennedy Bohannon; back row, Junior Miss Rebecca Wagner, Young Miss Jaqueline Bonniville, and Miss Guinea Jubilee Kasey Kohlhorst. Other winners included Aubri Lynn Robbins (Best Personality), Emma Jo French (Best Eyes), Haley Thomas (Prettiest Hair), Summer Takach (Best Smile) and Kylie Fisk (Best Dress). Bonniville also received the Grand Ambassador title for $1,670 in Guinea Jubilee fundraising. Cayleigh French raised $212. Photo by James Baughman
The Guinea Jubilee Queen’s Court are all expected to be in attendance at Saturday’s Abingdon Volunteer Fire & Rescue Parade, starting at noon, departing from Union Baptist Church, Achilles, and ending at the AVFR station in Bena. Members of the Queen’s Court include: in front, Wee Baby Miss Sayde Belt; first row from left, Baby Miss Avery McTurnal, Wee Toddler Miss Annabelle Neal, Toddler Miss Elaine Owens, Tiny Miss Tessa Carteret; second row, Miss Congeniality Abigail Arnold, Junior Ambassador Cayleigh French, Mini Miss Abigail Brown, Preteen Miss Kaylin Amaral, Little Miss Kendall Pratt, People’s Choice Kennedy Bohannon; back row, Junior Miss Rebecca Wagner, Young Miss Jaqueline Bonniville, and Miss Guinea Jubilee Kasey Kohlhorst. Other winners included Aubri Lynn Robbins (Best Personality), Emma Jo French (Best Eyes), Haley Thomas (Prettiest Hair), Summer Takach (Best Smile) and Kylie Fisk (Best Dress). Bonniville also received the Grand Ambassador title for $1,670 in Guinea Jubilee fundraising. Cayleigh French raised $212. Photo by James Baughman
 

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