On Saturday, October 3rd, the Wolfforth Chamber of Commerce crowned the 2015 Harvest Festival Queen and awarded $750 in scholarships. Teresa Winegeart, a Senior at Frenship High School was crowned queen and will receive a $500 scholarship next fall. Teresa is the daughter of Kyle and Bridget Winegeart and is involved in many schools activities including National Honor Society, Student Council, Business Professionals of America, Choir and Dance. She also volunteers with the Lubbock Lions Club, Knights of Columbus and Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. Her future plans include attending college to pursue a degree in Political Science. She plans to one day attend Law School at Texas Tech University and become a criminal justice lawyer.
Caitlyn Rush was awarded a $250 scholarship as the Chamber’s Runner-up. Caitlyn is also a Senior at Frenship High School and is involved in Band, Student Council, UIL Academics and National Honor Society. She is also a member of the Superintendent Advisory Board. Caitlyn volunteers with many organizations throughout the community including Mission Lubbock, Children’s Miracle Network, Crown Point Nursing Home and at her church. Her future plans include attending Yale, Vanderbilt, Baylor or Texas Tech to major in English. Caitlyn wants to become a journalist, editor and publisher.
The Wolfforth Chamber appreciates the hard work of each of our 9 candidates and are grateful for their participation in our Queen contest. Congratulations to all these young ladies and we wish them good luck in the future endeavors.