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Reigning Dublin Peanut Festival Queen, Alyssa Bell, Leads By Example

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The 2019-2020 Dublin Peanut Festival Queen Alyssa Bell held her title proudly this year. Miss Bell represented her small town throughout the year with acts of service. She showcased the true beauty of Dublin by participating in many different events, community outreach projects, and public service announcements.

View Miss Dublin Peanut Festival’s PSA about the 2020 Census in the following video:

During the 2019-2020 Dublin Peanut Festival Scholarship Pageant, the following young ladies were crowned: Tiny Miss McKenzie Antroinen, Little Miss Joanna Lambert, Jr. Miss Braeleigh Hunt, Teen Miss Anyssia Mains, and Queen Alyssa Bell. However, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this year’s scholarship pageant and Dublin festival had to be canceled.

Miss Bell held true to her beliefs in serving others and agreed to continue in the role as the acting Queen of Dublin Peanut Festival.

The Dublin Peanut Festival Scholarship Pageant announced this week, “Alyssa Bell is gracious enough to continue her reign as the Dublin Peanut Festival Queen, as we had to cancel this year’s pageant and Festival.”

Miss Bell received the “Jackie Page Community Service Award” and a $1,500.00 scholarship check on Sunday, September 13, 2020 from the pageant committee.

Left to right: DPF Committee Member, Vicki Sibbett, Miss Alyssa Bell, DPF Queen, and DPF Committee Member, Tracy Smith

Miss Bell is the daughter of Scott and Mary Bell of Dublin. She is a West Bladen High School and Bladen Community College graduate. The beauty queen will continue her reign in servanthood as Miss Dublin Peanut Festival as she attends the University of North Carolina Pembroke.

The full royal court to rein for 2020-2021 year  is yet to be announced by the Dublin Peanut Festival Committee.

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