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Little Mr., Miss OTS selling tickets

by | Sep 20, 2018 | Education

Young civic supporters are now out in force selling tickets to help the library, civic center and senior citizens center as Old Time Saturday approaches.

The Little Mr. and Miss Old Time Saturday competition has kicked off and this year the kids will be raffling a chance to win a Bose portable speaker with case or $100 cash.

Chances are $1 each and will be sold through Friday, Oct. 5 prior to Old Time Saturday. The raffle drawing will be held after the crowning of Little Mr. and Miss Old Time Saturday.

Students who sell tickets will receive a trophy and those who sell more than 200 tickets will receive prize money.

Money collected from the contest will go toward the Farmersville Centennial Fund and will be used for community improvements in the library and civic center.

The top boy and girl seller will be crowned Mr. and Miss Old Time Saturday during the Oct. 7 celebration at 9:15 a.m. on the east end of the Onion Shed.

Little Miss contestants include Carla Ochoa, Kinlee Bell, McKenzie Johnson, Harlee Jo Nerwich, Madee Riley, Charlotte Pierce, Hailey Martin, Citlali Gonzales, Kyrston Davis, Grace Maxwell, Nidya Duran, Layah Craddock, Decemeber Ballew, Brooklen Morris, Karlie Cross, Aubrey McNatt, Addison Ruffin, Brinlea McDole, Xander Hill, Avery Davis, Gabby Guill, Breelynn Pollard, Savannah Rivera, Brianna Winter, Jasmine Valles, Gracie Guthrie, Amber Carter, Emma Riffle, Alexis Castillo, Emma Hitzeman and Alyssa Barnes.

Little Mr. OTS contestants include Landon Johnson, Ayden Crowell, Cristiano Madrid, Kellan Simmons, Dakota Anderson, Blaze Swinigan, Bradley Koch, Easton Douglas, Noah Davidson, Mason Watkins, John Hagen Martin, Hunter Hinshaw, Kaiden Sisco, Hayden Joyce, Alex Watkins, Colton Watson, Chandler Ducharme, Micah Brem, Tanner Simmons, Kayden Wilkins, Beckett Tippett, Colton Conallis, Carson Gibson, Shane Sanchez, Aaron Olvera, Brandon Ballew, Levi Brem, Henry Long, Easton Looper, Addison Adams, Parker Watkins, Trey Reedy and Cody Chapin.

By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]

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