January 22, 2018
February 6, 2018
GCHS Royal Ball
Horse show President Susan Winn remarked about this year’s upcoming show and the charity that the show supports: The Exchange Club Family Center. She introduced Germantown Mayor Sharon Goldsworthy, who presented Queen Cameron with a proclamation from the City of Germantown. Queen Cameron expressed her delight and gave thanks for the opportunity to serve as the show’s Queen and praised the work done by The Family Center. The formalities completed – the dancing began, with the Queen taking the first dance with her dad. Dance music was provided by Front & Beale, a Memphis-based band with a wide-ranging repertoire of music, from Katy Perry to Donna Summer to Otis Redding.
Queen: Cameron Marie Kawell
Cameron Marie Kawell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kawell and the great granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor. Sloan Tate, her sister was queen in 2008 for the 60th anniversary of the horse show. Cameron’s equestrian accomplishments include: the Pony Finals in Lexington Kentucky, where she placed 9th in the medal round; her medium pony Thank Goodness It’s Friday was Pony of the Year. She attends the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she is majoring in Kinesiology.
Miss Alexandria Nichole Aldrich represents West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association (WTHJA). She enjoys her horse Suáve Brása, kept at Autumn Chase Farm, and regularly competes in the modified children/adult division.
Miss Brynna Alexandra Bartlett represents Oak Grove Hunt Club. She enjoys riding hunters, cross country, dressage, and foxhunting. She volunteers with Shelby Farms Equestrian Alliance.
Miss Renée Elizabeth Blevins represents Aintree Farms Community and Garden Club.
Miss Margaret Ann Brennan represents Heritage Women’s Club. She is the granddaughter of Margie Brennan and the late Bill Brennan, Past President of the Germantown Charity Horse Show.
Miss Lindsey Dámron Cayce represents Southwind Garden Club. She competed at the Washington International Horse Show on her horse Classic Lady, where she finished 13th in the nation.
Miss Caroline Rose Cook represents Pegasus of Germantown. She enjoys competing her horse GQ at hunter shows.
[Miss Camille Olivia Cowart represents MegFord Horse Shows. She enjoys competing at horse shows on her pony Patches.
Miss Katherine O’Neil Donovan represents Twentieth Century Home and Garden Club.
Miss Nancy Anne France represents Germantown Lions Club.
Miss Ali Kirby Goss represents Suburban Garden Club. She rides hunters for pleasure.
Miss Reagan Elizabeth Keppen represents Germantown Performing Arts Build.
Miss Kendall Leigh Kinler represents Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Miss Lida McDonald Kruchten represents Le Bonheur Club.
Miss Alexandria Lynn Lyle represents Oak View Stables. She was 2012 Alabama 4-H High point rider and AHJA Reserve Champion in Children’s Equitation. Her horse Poetry in Motion was 2012 AHJA Thoroughbred Hunter Champion.
Miss Hannah Frances Melton represents Germantown Woman’s Club.
Miss Charlotte Ann Nichols represents Germantown Arts Alliance.
Miss Hannah Noelle Riggs represents Poplar Estates Homeowners Association. She volunteers at the Germantown Animal Shelter.
[DSC_0428]Miss Francis Marion Saunders represents Longreen Foxhounds. She enjoys riding her horse Joker.
[DSC_0429]Miss Mallory Loren Scruggs represents Bromley-Foster Ridge and Willow Oaks Neighborhood Association.
[DSC_0433]Miss Rebecca Ellen Siciliano represents Nashoba Carriage Association. She is a competitive equestrian, member of WTHJA and USEF.
[DSC_0436]Miss Sophie Elizabeth Hill Tatum represents Dark Horse Rescue. She is a foster volunteer with the animal rescue group.
[DSC_0445]Miss Ann Elizabeth Vollmer represents Kimbrough Woods Home and Garden Club.
[DSC_0446]Miss Eva Marie Wehr represents Les Passees, Inc.
[DSC_0451]Miss Catherine Irene Wilcheck represents Memphis Polo Club.
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