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May 3, 2014

It's time for May Fete

Enid High School’s 99th May Fete celebration, the annual spring rite of passage into adulthood, will be 6:15 p.m. Wednesday.

NOTE: May Fete was changed to Wednesday late last week to avoid conflict with soccer playoffs.

The celebration takes place at Government Springs Park and begins with introduction of the May Court. The court and senior class then promenade around the lake to the gazebo and are seated.

After everyone is seated, the queen is crowned, followed by entertainment for the queen. The winding of the Maypole follows.

This year’s May Fete Queen Beatriz Alcala and Herald Aaron Beagle will lead the seniors’ traditional walk around the park’s lake. She is the daughter of Armando and Alejandra Alcala. He is the son of Roger and Denise Beagle.

Honor attendant is Caitlyn Butcher, and her escort is Kirby Scott. She is the daughter of John and Christie Butcher. He is the son of Jon and Sue Scott.

May Court members are:

• Tony Buckley, son of Lynnette Williams and Dan Buckley.

• Sarah Blakley, daughter of Terri Blakley.

• Collin Chambers, son of Floyd and Julie Sissom.

• Brianna Burrow, daughter of Mark and Alyson Burrow.

• Jacob Ferguson, son of Kris and Gwen Ferguson.

• Mason Buttermore, daughter of Joseph and Juli Pack and Randy Buttermore.

• Jacob Klamm, son of Kevin and Leslie Klamm.

• Ivey Dyson, daughter of Ted and Tammy Hromas.

• Jeffry McNaughton, son of Mace and Terri McNaughton.

• BrieAnna Glaze, daughter of Terry and Cindy Glaze.

• Justin Miles, son of Martin and Christy Perez.

• Christie McMeans, daughter of Chris and Ruthie McMeans.

• Taylor Scott, son of Darryl and Gaverne Scott.

• Rachel Meyer, daughter of Brian and Becky Meyer.

• Parker Summers, son of Shon and Tania Summers.

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