Reception held for Miss, Little Miss Brundidge, Little Miss Troy
Published 2:00 am Friday, October 2, 2015
The young misses that will represent Brundidge and Troy at the 2015 National Peanut Festival Pageant in Dothan in October were given a royal send-off at Pike Liberal Arts School Monday night.
The reception for Miss Brundidge Carter Senn, Little Miss Brundidge Aubrie Lightner and Little Miss Troy Jaylyn Luker was hosted by the Brundidge Business Association ad the Kappa Delta Sorority at Troy University.
Dixie Shehane, BBA president, said the young misses will represent their hometowns at “Peanut.”
“All of the community ambassadors look forward to participating in the National Peanut Festival Pageant,” Shehane said. “It is a huge honor to get to go to ‘Peanut’ and a lot of fun. They get to meet other community ambassadors from peanut producing areas and be a part of the National Peanut Festival.”
Carter Senn will represent her hometown at the National Peanut Festival Pageant on Friday and Saturday nights at the Dothan Civic Center.
On Friday night all of the contestants will compete in all of the on-stage events. On Saturday night, the top ten will be presented and compete for the title of Miss National Peanut 2015.
Little Miss Brundidge Aubrie Lightner and Little Miss Troy Jaylyn Luker will compete for the title Little Miss National Peanut Festival title on at the Dothan Civic Center on Oct. 17.
Other misses that will represent Pike County at the National Peanut Festival Pageant are Little Miss Pike County Kennedy Robertson, Little Miss Goshen Riley Rose, Miss Goshen Caylee Sanders and Miss Pike County Savannah Williamson. Little Miss Ariton Lexi Haddan will also compete in the pageant.
Tickets for the pageants will be available at the door. All friends of these community ambassadors are encouraged to attend the pageants in a show of support.
All the ambassadors will continue to represent their hometowns throughout the coming months.