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Julie Crabb & Emiliano Garza Crowned Queen & King

Harvest Festival Schedule of Events:

Turkey & Dressing Dinner - 4-6 pm

Silent Auction - 4-7 pm

Coronation - 5 pm

Carnival Games - after Coronation, approximately 5:30 - 7 pm

Raffle Ticket Drawing - at the close of the Silent Auction - 7 pm

*There is no Live Auction for Harvest Festival 2017*

**Pictures are from Harvest Festival 2016**

Turkey & Dressing Dinner:
4:00-6:00 pm
Elementary/MS Cafeteria
$10.00/plate includes Turkey, Dressing, Noodles, Green Beans, Bread and Cranberry Sauce-YUM!
Dine In plates w/ Tea and To Go plates are available.
Desserts are available as a separate free will donation item.
Meal tickets are still available and will be sold at tonight's Thrall vs Moody home football game. Any remaining meal tickets will also be sold at the door for anyone who was not able to purchase tickets in advance.

Silent Auction:
4:00-7:00 pm
Elementary/MS Band Hall
TCEF will host the Silent Auction. Donations are now being accepted if you would like to support TCEF by donating an item. King and Queen Candidates will not collect Silent Auction items. Proceeds from the Silent Auction do not count towards candidate totals for determining Harvest Festival King and Queen. Proceeds from the Silent Auction will be used for TCEF funding priorities of student scholarships, teacher grants and professional development. Please email info@thrallcef.org with any questions. 

Coronation:
5:00 p.m.
MS Gym
The Coronation ceremony introduces each grade level's Queen and King Candidates and the Harvest Festival Queen and King are crowned.

Harvest Festival 2017 Coronation Court

Queen and King Candidates:

Kindergarten - Gracie Carpenter and Ben Huisman - Diamond Queen & King
1st Grade - McKenzie Cox and Stran Hux - Diamond Queen & King
2nd Grade - Casey Cole and Dakota Konarsky
3rd Grade - Ellie Schmidt and Brayden Lazenby
4th Grade - Brynn Leschber and Brandon San Migel
5th Grade - Julie Crabb and Emiliano Garza - Harvest Festival Queen & King
6th Grade -  Elena Garcia and Asa Gibbs
7th Grade -  Janene Alcalar and Bobby Clark
8th Grade -  Kyrene Jackson and Jared Seagroves
9th Grade - Aly Jones and Mario Mendez
10th Grade - Wendie Brees and Reid West - Diamond Queen & King
11th Grade - Camryn Yanez and Trevor Hegstad
12th Grade - Amanda Krieg and Kyge Poling - Diamond Queen & King

Crown and Train Bearers:

Jenna Zeober, Lyla Munoz, Sadie Medford, Karaline Fralicker, Abigail Reed, Blake Hall and Greyson Hall

Carnival Games:
after Coronation-7:00 p.m. 
Pavilion 

Raffle Ticket Drawing:
7:00 p.m.
Elementary/MS Cafeteria
Raffle Ticket prizes include:
48” Hustler Raptor SD Zero Turn Mower from Williamson County Equipment
Wine Tour for 8 people by Spicewood Vineyard with a $500 Visa gift card
$1500 Visa gift card
$1000 Visa gift card
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB Limited Edition Bundle
$250 Rockdale/Elgin General Store Gift card
$250 HEB Gift card
$250 Visa gift card
2 Aaron Watson Concert Tickets with Back Stage Passes with 2 CD’s, Signed Poster-Donated by Aaron Watson
$100 Walmart Gift card
Raffle Tickets cost $10 each and are available from any King or Queen Candidate.

More Harvest Festival information, including forms and donation opportunities, is available on the TCEF website!

History of Thrall Harvest Festival:

The origins of the Harvest Festival date back to the 1920s. During the 1940s, Thrall Schools held Halloween Carnivals. Each class elected a Queen and raised money in a variety of ways, from coffee socials to bake sales.

In 2014, the Thrall Community Education Foundation (TCEF) brought the Harvest Festival back to the Thrall community. The student body at each grade level nominates a queen and king candidate from their grade. With the help of their classmates, these candidates raise funds in a variety of ways from monetary donations from family members, raffle ticket sales, to proceeds from auction sales. The candidate couple raising the highest amount of funds are crowned Harvest Festival Queen and King at the coronation ceremony at the conclusion of the festival. Specific monies collected from Harvest Festival are deposited into the TCEF account. TCEF funding priorities are student scholarships, classroom initiatives, and professional development. TCEF is a 501(c)(3) organization.