2012 Harvest Fest Royalty Announced
The students at Arkansas State University-Beebe recently selected its 2012 Harvest Fest royalty. Each student organization nominated one individual to be elected during the annual Harvest Fest activities, which was held on November 1.
Kylie Duncan, representing Gamma Beta Phi, was chosen Harvest Fest Queen 2012. Duncan is from Guy and is an early childhood education major.
Tied for second place was Shelby Watts, representing the Residence Hall Council, and Jessica Bailey, representing the Student Advisory Council for Student Support Services. Watts is from Pangburn and is a liberal arts major, and Bailey is from Hot Springs and is majoring in veterinary technology.
Other participants and sponsoring organizations were: Trish Bachleitner of Searcy, health management major (Phi Beta Lambda); Morgan Bradberry of Burkburnett, Texas,education major (Leadership Council); Sarah Branham of Des Arc, fine arts/studio art major (Debate Club); Wynter Sims of Hazen, liberal arts major (Psychology Club); Charlee Howard of Beebe, agriculture/education major (Agri Club); and Elizabeth Ann Ulsperger of Beebe, fine arts/theater major (Delta Psi Omega).
Candidates were escorted by ASU-Beebe students Taylor Gibbs of Hickory Plains, agri education major; Hunter Wilson of Holly Grove, agri technology major; Trey Lillie of Vidalia, LA., agri technology major; Brian George of Burkburnett, Texas, psychology major; Matt Jenkins of Beebe, psychology major; Chris Tejas of Bradford, criminal justice major; and Jorge Garcia of Searcy, liberal arts major.
Sponsored by the Student Life and the Leadership Council, the event raised money for the Angel Tree project, which benefits students and their families during the holidays.
Kylie Duncan, middle, of Guy, was crowned ASU-Beebe Harvest Fest Queen 2012. Jessica Bailey, left, of Hot Springs, and Shelby Watts of Pangburn, tied for second place.