The GFWC KY Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club is happy to announce this week’s leading candidates for the 2019 Daniel Boone Festival Royalty Race.  This will be the fifth and final week for leading candidates.

In the miniature queen race, the leading candidate is Ali Denise Stanton. Ali is the daughter of Rhonda and Terry Stanton of Flat Lick. Ali attends GR Hampton Elementary School where she enjoys being the class comedian and plans to rule the school with her sass.  Her hobbies include playing with her chickens, swimming, playing basketball and riding her golf cart. Ali’s future plans are to attend college and become an animal doctor.

In the miniature king race, the leading candidate is Greyson Mills.  Greyson is the son of Libby and Adam Mills of Girdler.  Greyson attends Barbourville Independent Elementary School where he is enjoying being in kindergarten and playing with his friends.  His hobbies include fishing, riding four-wheelers and spending time with his friends playing and his family.  Greyson’s future plans are to grow up to become a firefighter!

In the princess race, the leading candidate is Breanna Nicole Honeycutt.  Breanna is the daughter of Beaulah and Clarence Honeycutt of Dewitt.  Breanna attends Central Elementary School where she is a member of the basketball and cheer teams.  Her hobbies include singing, dancing, making Tik Toks and spending time with her family and friends. Breanna’s future plans are to become a beautician and own a nail salon.

In the queen race, the leading candidate is Madison Payne.  Madison is the daughter of Angie and Scott Payne of Heidrick.  Madison attends Knox Central High School where she is a member of the KYA, Lego Robotics team and the cross country team.  Her hobbies include soccer, science olympiad, track, wakeboarding, surfing and spending time with her family and friends.  Madison’s future plans are to attend college at UK and UK Medical Center.

The Daniel Boone Festival Royalty Coronation will be held Monday, October 7, at 7:00 pm, at Knox County Middle School.  Everyone is invited to attend.  Admission is $3.00.  The GFWC Kentucky Barbourville Junior Woman’s Study Club would like to thank everyone for their continuing support.

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