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K-Day royalty crowned for weekend event

Friday, September 22, 2006

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Olivia Herron photos

(Top) The 2006 K-Day King and his court include (from left to right) court member Anthony Vanatti, King Chris Allee, Prince Larry Knight and court member Kasey Bowman.

(Bottom) The 2006 K-Day Queen and her court includes (from left to right) court member Courtney Neese, Queen Dakota Keller, Princess Shelby Bender and court member Natasha Bowles.

By IVY HERRON

missivy1964@yahoo.com

Did you know eating pancakes at the K-Day pancake breakfast helps support many local organizations and youth oriented programs in our community?

Each delicious bite you take will help the Kiwanis Club give two scholarships to deserving Clay County seniors, help support 4-H, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Northview Key Club, and North Clay Builders Club and is also major supporter of Riley Children's Hospital.

A large portion of the event's success comes from area students pre-selling tickets to the breakfast. The girl and boy at the middle school level selling the most tickets becomes the K-Day Princess and Prince while the highest girl and boy ticket sellers at the high school level become the K-Day Queen and King.

The coronation of the 2006 K-Day Royal Court took place Thursday evening at Northview High School. This year's royal court includes (front row) court member Courtney Neese, Queen Dakota Keller, Princess Shelby Bender, court member Natasha Bowles, (back row) court member Anthony Vanatti, King Chris Allee, Prince Larry Knight and court member Kasey Bowman.

On Saturday, the Brazil Kiwanis K-Day schedule includes the following events:

The K-Day Pancake Breakfast begins at 6 a.m. at the 4-H Building and lasts until noon.

Entries for the K-Day Parade line-up begins at 1 p.m. at the intersection of Depot Street and National Ave. (The Brazil City Police Department recommend cars be removed from National Avenue in preparation for the parade at this time.)

The 2006 Kiwanis Day Parade, with the theme of "Together We Can", begins at 2 p.m. and travels east on National Avenue from Depot to Vandalia Street.



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