Reagan Marshall is Bellville’s 2018 street fair queen


Staff report



BELLVILLE — Reagan Marshall, a Clear Fork High School senior, is the 2018 Bellville Street Fair queen. She was introduced Friday night on the opening night of the annual Bellville Street Fair.

Reagan, 17, is the daughter of Brandy Weyhmeller and Eric Marshall. She is a four- year varsity cheerleader for both boys basketball and football, and is a captain as well. She also is a four-year varsity basketball player and plays softball. Reagan is involved in National Honors Society, Science Club, Yearbook and is a Senior Class Officer. After graduation she plans to attend college and pursue career as a dental hygienist.

Abbi Klaus, the 2017 fair queen, placed the sash and tiara on the new queen.

Valerie Golden was the first runner up. Victoria (Tori) Skoog, was the second runner up; Amaya Copeland was third runner up. Brandy Weyhmeller was the emcee of Wednesday’s program. 2018 Bellville Street Fair Priness Karlee Chapman also played a big part in the event.

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Staff report