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Organizers preparing for large field of Cinco de Mayo Queen candidates PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 16 March 2010 13:00

• Daily Leader staff report

The Cinco de Mayo Committee has announced there will be 13 young ladies vying for the title of 2010 Cinco de Mayo Queen this year. Of those signed up, six have provided brief biographies and photos. Those not pictured are Nallely Hernandez, Yubisela Toledo, Ivonne Madrid, Yasel Manriquez, Brenda Munoz, Vanessa Marquez and Maria Lara. Watch the Daily Leader for their photos and more details.

The six with completed bios are:

Ariana Parral is 21 years old and currently attending Seward County Community College/Area Technical School in obstetrics. She likes running, making puzzles, reading, playing piano and singing. Her parents are Emigdio and Adelina Parral.

Brianna Kay Lucero is 19 years old and is a freshman at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School. She plans to transfer to Wichita State Unversity to major in computer information systems. Her career plans are to become a graphic designer. Her hobbies are the dance team, city league basketball, Zumba, creating, hanging out with family and friends and Facebook. Her parents are Brian and Stella Lucero.

Eliza Pacheco is 14 years old and likes to play sports and model. Her parents are Imelda and Eliazar Pacheco.

Erika Jazmin Pacheco is an 18-year-old senior at Liberal High School. She plays varsity soccer, enjoys spending time with her family and friends and also enjoys helping by being a coach and referee with Kids Inc. She plans to attend Seward County and become a anesthetic nurse and be a cheerleader. Her parents are Irene and Alfredo Pacheco.

Gaby Marquez is 15 years old and is currently in the 10th grade at LHS. Her hobbies are spending time with family and friends, talking on the phone, texting and shopping. She wants to become a nurse and cosmetologist. Her parents are Ernesto and Alma Marquez.

Veronica Baray is 16 years old and a Junior at LHS. She wants to be a cosmetologist or a dancer. She likes to write poems and dance. Her parents are Victor and Dianna Baray.

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