Luling-Boutte Lions Club crowns festival queen in organizationís pageant

Staff Report
July 19, 2007 at 10:45 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Luling-Boutte Lions Club crowns festival queen in organizationís pageant
Photo provided by Luling-Boutte Lions Club
The Luling-Boutte Lions Club recently held their inaugural queens pageant at R.J. Vial Elementary in Paradis.

Queens selected to represent the organization were Ashley Woolledge - Miss Division, Ariel Morris - Teen Division - Jenna Orgeron - Ms. Division and Lecy Cazalot - Butterfly Queen.

Ashley is the 19-year-old daughter of David and Jeanie Woolledge of Marrero. She is a junior at Nicholls State University majoring in mass communications specializing in public relations. Ashley enjoys singing, photography, performing and teaching voice lessons to inspiring vocalist.

Ariel Morris is the 15-year-old daughter of Steven and Billie Morris of Destrehan. She is a sophomore at Destrehan High School and is a member of the DHS cheerleading squad and talented drama. She also is a member of the River Region Ballet.

Jenna Orgeron, a resident of Luling, is the 20-year-old daughter of David and Rose Oregeron of Des Allemands. She attends Our Lady of Holy Cross Catholic College where she is majoring in elementary education and business administration. She is the proud mother of a two-year-old son.

Lecy Cazalot is the 21-year-old daughter of Al and Duanne Cazalot of Destrehan. She is a graduate of Destrehan High School - Special Education Division and the recipient of the Cox Inspirational Hero Award. Lecy was born with Downs Syndrome and is the first "special" child to hold the title of Butterfly Queen. She embodies what a Butterfly Queen exemplifies and the programs that the Lions Organization supports through their foundation for special children.

Over the next year, these young ladies will have the opportunity to represent the Luling-Boutte Lions Club at fairs and festivals throughout the state of Louisiana.

They also plan to attend the Louisiana Lions Crippled Children's Camp in Leesville and the Lions Club Convention. Directors for the pageant are Denise Lirette, Nancy Whann and Erica Adams.

Bill Boudreaux is the president of the Luling Boutte Lions Club. Proceeds from the pageant will benefit the Louisiana Lions Crippled Children's Camp and the Lions Eye Foundation.

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