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2018 - 2019 Queen's Court - An Exciting Year

2017-2018 Queen's Court

2017-2018 Queen's Court

2018-2019 KCFA Queens Court
Queen-Johanna Olivares; Princess-Allison Turnbill; Juniour Miss-Callie Grossaint; Little Miss-Makenna Jureczki
 
This page is dedicated to our current 2018-2019 Queen's Court and all the fun they've had this year! Every year girls sign up for the Court Pageant. All of the contestants go through interviews with judges, questions on stage, and plenty of fun through the weeks leading up to the pageant. They spend the next year attending parades & other fairs, participate in community service projects and much much more! We are very proud of 2018-2019 KCFA Queen's Court!!
"Queen" Johanna Olivares

"Queen" Johanna Olivares

Johanna is currently a Senior at Boerne Samuel V. Champion High School. As a lifelong resident of Kendall County, she prides herself in giving back to the community she calls home. The last three years she has participated in Turkeys for Troops as well as the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. She has also volunteered time at the Boerne Chamber of Commerce’s annual Wild Game Dinner and volunteered as a counselor at Vacation Bible School. She is a member of the Boerne-Champion FFA, and participates in the Kendall County Junior Livestock Show. She is a member of the National Honor Society of High School Scholars. In her spare time she enjoys hunting, riding horses, photography and being outdoors. She was previously a member of the Champion Cheer team, where her positivity helped with the school spirit. She values her family as they have helped shape her into the person she is today. Upon graduation she plans to attend Texas Tech University, where she will major in Agriculture
"Princess" Allison Turnbill

"Princess" Allison Turnbill

Allison Turnbill is a junior at Boerne High School. She participates in volleyball, softball, completed pre-AP classes, and is on the student leadership team for FCA. She was awarded the President’s Award for Excellence in Education and inducted to the National Honor Society. She attends Faith Bible church and is active in Connect Youth Group. She is a student leader for Team Young Life where she helps plan and organize Young Life Clubs. For the last 5 years, she has participated in the 4H poultry show at the Kendall County Stock Show, and will continue in the future. While serving on the Berges Fest court she enjoyed serving her community by attending parades, Abendkonzerts, dinners, and local pageants. Once a month she volunteers at the National Museum of the Pacific War in Fredericksburg, Texas. At the museum she dresses up as a 1940’s army nurse and represents the WWII nurses. After high school, she plans to pursue a degree in nursing at Tarleton State University.
"Junior Miss" Callie Grossaint

"Junior Miss" Callie Grossaint

Callie Grossaint is excited to be a part of the Kendall County Fair & Rodeo, since she has attended every year since she moved to the Boerne area 8 years ago. She is 11 years old and is attending her fifth grade year at Fabra elementary school. When she is not at school you will likely find her working out at gymnastics. She has competed for 4 years and is currently training 4 days a week for her first season as an optional gymnast. She has won many awards and trophies through the years but by far her most recent was the most special. The coach’s award goes to the team member who all the coaches agree has given 100% dedication and heart to their sport. In her free time she enjoys playing with friends, shopping with her mom, grandma, and older sister, or just spending time with family.
"Little Miss" Makenna Jureczki

"Little Miss" Makenna Jureczki

Makenna is an outgoing, energetic third grader at Fabra Elementary. She loves school and was so excited when summer ended so she could pack up her backpack and meet new friends! Math and reading are her favorite subjects and where she excels. This year she plans on being a 4-H member and participating in sewing projects. Three years ago, she was invited to be on the competitive dance team at the Boerne Dance Center. In multiple competitions, her group won platinum awards, as well as the top judge’s pick! She can even be seen dancing for her brothers, dolls, neighbors, family members and sometimes no one at all. In her free time she volunteers at Cibolo House assisted living at Menger Springs. She enjoys doing art, exercise and games with the elderly residents. During this past summer, she spent many days making friends, serving and visiting with the elderly. Between activities she would perform dances to bring smiles to their faces. They would clap along and tap their toes as she sp

2018 Fair Weekend

Directly after being crowned, our new court is off on their year long journey! Friday morning they begin with shopping for the fall wardrobe. Billy's Western wear is a long time sponsor of the Queen's Court and always makes sure to have everything these girls need! After spending the better part of the day shopping, it's time for the girls to head to their first ever event - The Kendall County Fair! Friday evening they were introduced for the first time in the rodeo arena while riding the Ford Truck provided by Ford of Boerne. They also took pictures with the winner's of the Friday night Mutton Bustin and calf scramble.
Saturday, they began with the Kendall County Fair Parade in downtown Boerne for their first ride on the Queen's Float. They mingled with other floats and paraded down Main Street while waving to the spectators there to watch the great floats. After the parade, they are back at the fair grounds for some time in the different areas of the fair. While at the parade, the livestock show kicked off. The girls made it back for some wonderful photos with our goat and lamb winners. Then they headed to the carnival for some great fun on the rides. Next on the agenda was back to the rodeo arena for another ride on the Ford truck, some more Muttin Bustin and calf scramble awards. Last for the evening was some time under the Pavilion for the musical entertainment.
Sunday the girls started in the Livestock Show. The poultry winners were proudly pictured with our newly crowned court. They also took pictures with the winning heifers and steers. They spent some time browsing the vendor area! Sunday afternoon, the Apple Pie contest was in full motion. They tasted some great Apple Pies and then had a photo op with the winners. Sunday as we start nearing the end of this year's Fair and Rodeo, the girls headed back to the arena for the Bull Blowout for a last ride on the Ford truck, some more Muttin Bustin and the calf scramble. As this year's fair came to a close, they spent the last few hours under the Pavilion listening to our entertainer of the night as we closed out our Fair.

Fall 2018

Throughout the fall season, our girls traveled to various areas of the Hill Country.

Winter 2018

Spring 2019

Summer 2019

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