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Meet Your 2022 Laurel Festival Queen Candidates | Part 1
The Home Page Network is proud to present a two-part broadcast, starting today (June 16) and Friday – introducing some of our area’s Laurel Festival queen candidates.
In part one, we introduce Miss Wellsboro Regan Regina, Miss North Penn-Mansfield Alison Davey, and Miss New Covenant Academy Kendra Moises.
Miss Wellsboro, Regan Laurel Regina, represents Wellsboro Area High School. She has spent the first eighteen years of her life in the community she loves. She is the daughter of Gretchen Regina, Chad Tennis of Wellsboro, and Che Regina of Royersford.
While speaking at the Green in Wellsboro with Home Page Vice-President Sara Vogt, she mentioned that her family enjoyed the Laurel Festival so much that they gave her Laurel as her middle name! This memorable name is a constant reminder of how special this time of year is for the family.
This fall, Regina plans to attend Penn State University in State College to pursue a degree in aerospace engineering and physics. Her goal is to work for NASA as an aerospace engineer.
The North Penn-Mansfield Representative is Alison Davey. She is the Daughter of Todd Davey of Mansfield and Andrea and Craig Lee of Richmond Township. As a senior at NP-MHS, Davey has been involved in many activities. One of her favorite activities has been participating in a catering organization. While in high school, she has completed a year of courses at Mansfield University and plans to complete her degree in Business in Wyoming. Davey also plans to attend cosmetology school.
Kendra Moises is representing New Covenant Academy in Mansfield. She is the daughter of Horatio and Erika Moises of Lawrenceville. Kendra intends to attend Mansfield University and study Psychology with plans to work in Human Resources. Kendra will be a senior at NCA in the fall and has held multiple class officer positions. In addition to participating in many activities at NCA, she also works at Perkins Restaurant in Mansfield.
The following is a bio written by Kendra Moises:
Kendra will be entering her senior year of high school this fall. Her high school activities include Student Council (secretary/treasurer), Drama Club, Tioga County Youth Leadership Program, chorus, volleyball, and taking courses at Mansfield University and Corning Community College. She was named both Student of the Month and Athlete of the Month during her junior year. She will also be a candidate in the Youth Leaders of Tomorrow program during her senior year.
Kendra volunteers at her school by helping with banquets, open house events, fair preparation, and athletic activities. She also enjoys participating in numerous plays with Hamilton Gibson. She is a member of her church youth group and helps with Vacation Bible School as well. Kendra has volunteered as a counselor at the Child Evangelism Fellowship Day Camp in Ives Run and as a tree planter for the Mansfield Borough. Kendra enjoys acting, experimenting with new recipes, reading, doing artwork, and working at her part-time job. Kendra’s future plans include attending Mansfield University where she hopes to major in Psychology with a concentration in Human Resource Management.
Part two of this broadcast, airing tomorrow (June 17), will introduce Miss Troy Tyra Williams, Miss Canton Mya Allen, Miss North Penn-Liberty Hayley Ridge, and Miss Cownesque Valley Kara Watterson!