Four contestants have registered to enter the Old Settlers Reunion queen contest.
Britany Dean, daughter of Carrie and Brent Wickliffe and Jack and Jean Dean of Burleson, is 20 years old and is sponsored by Frank’s Place.
Ashley Byrd, daughter of Charles and LeAnne Byrd of Alvarado, is a junior at Alvarado High School. She is sponsored by the Clio Club of Alvarado.
Natalie Stapp, daughter of Robbin and Brian Duncan, will be a freshman at Alvarado next year. Her sponsor is Ralph Gonzales (RG Construction).
Ashlee LeAnn Gilbert, daughter of Joe and Gina Gilbert of Rio Vista, will be a sophomore at Rio Vista High School next year. Alvarado Express Lube is her sponsor.
“We are still accepting applicants for the queen’s contest and will take them right up to the day of the contest,” Terri Bivins said.
The contest will be held at 8:45 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 13, at the Reunion Pavilion in Alvarado.
There is no entry fee, and the first 25 girls to register will be accepted.
Contestants must be between the ages of 15 and 21.
The queen will receive a trophy, a charm and a $50 prize. She will also be eligible for a $700 scholarship.
Contestants do not have to live in Johnson County, but their sponsors must be located in Johnson County. Only one contestant per sponsor will be allowed.
To receive a packet with all the rules, call Dayna Peden at (817) 313-9957 or Terri Bivens at (817) 774-6529.