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Several Vie For Queen's Crown

Crowning Is Aug. 13 At Town & Country Days

August 8, 2018
Wetzel Chronicle

Several young ladies have their hopes set on the crown for Town & Country Days queen. One lucky lady will win the title on Monday, Aug. 13.

Rachel Snider, 16, is the daughter of Peggy Loub and Clyde Snider. She is a sophomore at Magnolia High School and lives in New Martinsville.

Snider is involved in yearbook, choir, and enjoys photography. She describes herself as caring and loving. Her favorite foods are ice cream, pineapple, and chicken salad.

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Snider strives for a future in law enforcement.

Jenna Dallison, 17, is the daughter of Tom and Louise Dallison. She resides in Folsom and attends Valley High School where she is a senior.

Jenna participates in Pine Grove FFA (president), Wetzel County Livestock Club (vice-president), basketball (captain), and volleyball (captain).

Jenna enjoys playing basketball and volleyball, kayaking, riding horses and ATVs.

She describes herself as adventurous, friendly, and honest.

Jenna's favorite foods are spaghetti, steak, and shrimp. She plans to become a Registered Nurse and work in the Intensive Care Unit.

Sierra Walker, 16, is the daughter of Teresa and Steve Walker. She lives in New Martinsville and attends Magnolia High School, where she is a junior.

Sierra is the Travel Club president, junior class representative, Drug Free Club, Sources of Strength mentor, Relay for Life volunteer, and a freshman mentor. Sierra is a lifeguard at Lewis-Wetzel Pool, server at Bob Evans, and she enjoys basketball, track, and working out. Sierra enjoys watching Survivor and the Amazing Race. She describes herself as outgoing, ambitious, and thoughtful. Her favorite foods are steak, strawberries, and tacos.

Sierra hopes to graduate high school and go to WVU with an Entrepreneurship and Innovation degree.

Madison Greathouse, 16, is the daughter of Jamie and Samuel Wade. She is a junior at Valley High School and participates in FFA and cheerleading.

Greathouse, who describes herself as shy, enjoys baking, fishing, and camping. Her favorite foods are tacos, steak, and Mexican dishes.

Greathouse would like to enlist in the United States Navy and someday become a nurse.

Margaret Hornbeck, 20, is the daughter of Darrell and Michelle Hornbeck. She is a freshman at Penn Foster college.

Margaret is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America, a member of the Wetzel County Livestock Club, and a member of the Future Farmers of America. She enjoys spending time with her family, showing animals, reading, competing in pageants, traveling, and shopping.

Margaret describes herself as determined, trustworthy, and upbeat. Her three favorite foods are pickles, cheese sticks, and chips and salsa.

Margaret's ambition is to graduate from school and spend the rest of her life working with animals.

There are five young ladies vying for the queen title, two for the teen crown, six pre-teen contestants, and five little miss contestants.

The pageantry will take place Monday evening, Aug. 13, at Town & Country Days.



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