12th Annual Pioneer Day Pageant

09/28/2022   6:00 pm

Downtown Whitney
Whitney, Texas

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The 12th Annual Pioneer Day Pageant will be happening on September 28 at 6 PM.

The competition is open to Lil Miss Queens ages 5-9 Jr. Miss Queens ages 10 to 14 Queens ages 15 to 19, wherein the participants will develop their self-esteem, discipline, poise, character, and public speaking abilities.

The Pageant will be divided into two halves, with interviews taking place at the Chamber office on Wednesday, September 28th, at 6 p.m. The western and formal wear competitions will be held (at the stage area), and the Queens will be crowned on Thursday, September 29th. On Saturday, the Queens will be ready to ride in the Parade.

Our Queens will serve at ribbon cuttings, special events, and Grand Openings for a year. And must return to crown the Queens of the next year.

To qualify, you must be a student or a resident of Hill or Bosque Country

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 82 degrees; 4.55 feet low. Catching largemouth in shallow cover on Coda Lures Apex Jigs off main lake points with drop shots and shaky heads rigged with a 254 Fishing finesse worm in motor oil candy. The main lake fish are fairly consistent early with some schooling fish, but they scatter out and suspend under bait for a majority of the day. Fishing any shallow cover available will produce some solid largemouth right now. Stripers are primarily schooling early, but there have been catches throughout the day. Large schools can be found on the main river channel in the 30 feet of water btiting on live shad. Report by Justin Prisock, Prisock’s Fishing Guide Service. Striped bass continue to have a good early topwater bite, and are schooling along the river ledges and near the dam fished off the bottom throwing big spoons and slabs. Report by James Moore, North Texas Bass Fishing and Cmoore Striper Guide Services.

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