Queen, king coronation highlight of Jonesboro School festival

One of the highlights of the fall season at Jonesboro School was the annual Fall Festival. The celebration included the coronation of a queen and king.

A large crowd filled the Jonesboro School gymnasium Thursday, Oct. 7, for the Fall Festival coronation. Noah Fuller, 8th grade son of Stanley and Cheryl Fuller, was crowned king. Sammy Brimm, 8th grade daughter of Richard and Missy Brimm, was crowned queen.

Representatives were selected from each class. The representatives follow:

Kindergarten, Hunter Pitts and Lia Mays; 1st grade, Mason Watkins and Chloe McFarland; 2nd grade, Luke Sadler and Shaely Hennesy; 3rd grade, Jake Smith and Breanna Dillow; 4th grade, Tristin Steward and Mallory Cochran; 5th grade, Brett Gawrych-Rich and Payton Alsip; 6th grade, Trenton Turner and Sarah Cole; 7th grade, Nick Etter and Jody Brown; 8th grade king candidates, Garrett Nadeau, Derek Harvell and Zane DeWitt; 8th grade queen candidates, Samantha Schott, Natilyn Hepburn and Ally Reynolds.

Master and mistress of ceremonies were Dallas Marks and Jasmine Poole. Ushers were William Foster and Bayle Robertson.

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