Bulletin Staff Report
Five Brownwood High School students are nominees for homecoming queen this year, and the winner will be crowned during Friday night’s football game at Gordon Wood Stadium.
They are Hannah Hewitt, the daughter of Tony and Rhoda Hewitt; Keisha Jones, the daughter of René and J.L. Chasteen; Nicole Rosato, daughter of Mike and Kim Rosato; Sarah Savell, daughter of Scott and Jana Savell; and Jessica Wooton is the daughter of Todd and Vicki Steele.
Here are biographies of each nominee:
Hewitt plans to attend college and pursue a career in health care.
She has been a freshman, JV, and a two-year varsity cheerleader. She was a member of the freshmen volleyball team, and has been involved in the Choices Mentoring Program her junior and senior year. She is a member of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church, where she is a member of the youth group and attends the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She was voted class favorite her freshmen year and again her junior year.
Jones will attend Tarleton State University in the fall, where she plans to major in Animal Science and Pre-Veterinarian Sciences. She would like to also attend Texas A&M to continue her studies in Veterinarian Science to receive her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She has been an active member of FFA all four years. She has a Heifer Project that she showed her freshman year. She is on the Senior. Chapter Conducting Team for the fourth year and holds a Chapter Degree in the Brownwood Chapter and is pursuing her State Degree that she will receive in May.
She is active in planning chapter activities and the chairperson of the scrapbook committee, and member of the leadership committee. She is raising two market goats to be shown at the Brownwood Youth Fair then the San Antonio and Houston Livestock shows.
She has been awarded her 13th year trophy from Pam's Dance Academy. She is an active member of the youth group at Grace Baptist Church.
Rosato has not made a final decision on where to attend college. She plans to continue performing cheerleading duties while in college. She is considering one of the following majors: Christian Ministry with an emphasis in missions, Elementary Education or Business Administration to possibly run her own cheerleading academy.
She is involved in the BHS Band where she is a member of the Drum Line, the Marching Band and the Concert Band. She is a varsity cheerleader and on the varsity soccer team. She is in the Choices Program and the BHS Mentor Program as well as Fellowship of Christian Athletes officer. She is also involved in the youth ministry at Coggin Avenue Baptist Church.
Nicole has been nominated to try out for the United Cheerleading Association (UCA) cheer squad. She was also chosen to travel overseas to Tokyo, Japan, with the iWitness Ministry Team to tell others about the good news of Jesus Christ.
Savell will attend Blinn Junior College for a year before transferring to Texas A&M University.
She has been a cheerleader for Brownwood High School all four years of high school. She has also been involved in play production all four years. She has been involved with the Choices Program in both junior and senior years, attends FCA on Wednesday evenings and is a member of Austin Avenue Church of Christ where she is also involved in the youth program.
Savell was chosen to be the student leader of play production this year, and has been in the fall play productions three years in a row. She has been a cast member in the UIL One Act plays. She is also a mentor to the fifth graders at the intermediate school.
Wooten has been accepted to Texas A&M University in the dall. She plans to major in business marketing and would like to become a buyer for a major clothing business.
She is has been a member of Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, French Club, the track team and Cheerleader all four years of high school. She is also involved in Choices, National Honor Society, and UIL Journalism her junior and senior years. She attends Coggin Avenue Baptist Church where she is a member of the youth group.
Wooten’s awards include October Rotarian Student of the Month, Cum Laude ninth, 10th and 11th grades, French award junior year, Head Cheerleader for the 2008-09 squad,secretary of National Honor Society senior year, Choices mentor for intermediate school senior year, and is graduating in the top 10 percent of her senior class.