Miss and Teen St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014

From staff and wire reports

May 02 at 11:47 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Miss St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 Lynleigh Angelle’ Landry and Ms. Teen St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 Kinyson Voges.
Miss St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 Lynleigh Angelle’ Landry and Ms. Teen St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 Kinyson Voges.
Lynleigh Angelle’ Landry was recently named Miss St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014.

The 18-year-old Norco-resident is the daughter of Doreen and Michael Landry.

Landry is a senior at St. Charles Catholic High School and is also enrolled as a freshman at Southeastern Louisiana University as part of the dual enrollment program.

She is an AP honor student and is very active in volunteering in several school clubs and organizations. After graduation her plans are include pursuing a degree in nursing from Louisiana State University and eventually become a pediatric nurse.

Since birth Landry has been continuously surrounded by agriculture and has been immersed in the agriculture business. Through her title she will be able to meet several of the state’s ranchers and farmers. Landry will represent St. Charles Parish at the upcoming Louisiana State Farm Bureau Convention in New Orleans where she will compete for the title of Louisiana State Farm Bureau Queen 2014.

Ms. Teen St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 is Kinyson Voges. Voges is a seventh grader attending Harry Hurst Middle School. She is an honor roll student and is on the principal’s list. She serves as a cheerleader and enjoys writing songs, singing, playing piano, drawing and horseback riding.

Voges has been the recipient of citizenship awards and LEAP advance score award.

The St. Charles Farm Bureau 2014 Talent Winner is Samantha Kennedy. The 18-year-old Luling resident is the daughter of Dunia and Robert Kennedy.

Kennedy is a senior at Hahnville High School where she is a member of various clubs including talented theatre.

To win the talent competition Kennedy sang the song “Gimme gimme” from the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” Kennedy will represent St. Charles Parish at this year’s  Louisiana State Farm Talent Contest in New Orleans.




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