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Sumner Beauty Queens raise money for Children's Miracle Network

Hartley Croy, Sumner Egg Festival Queen Hartley Croy, Sumner Egg Festival Queen
Lynn Manley, Sumner Egg Festival Beauty Pageant Chairman Lynn Manley, Sumner Egg Festival Beauty Pageant Chairman
SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) -

Some Worth County Beauty Queens are raising money for the Children's Miracle Network.
Newly crowned Sumner Egg Festival Queens greeted customers at Dairy Queen in Sylvester.
They encouraged folks to buy blizzards as part of the chain's Miracle Treat Day.
They also sold Children’s Miracle Network wrist bands.
 

"I thoroughly believe our Queens should be involved in the community,” said Lynn Manley, Sumner Egg Festival Beauty Pageant Chairman. “It's not about what the community can do for us, but what about what we can do for our community."

"Being a Queen I can help out my community, and I'm proud of that,” said 10-year-old Hartley Croy, Sumner Egg Festival Queen.

Dairy Queen is donating at least one dollar for every blizzard sold today at participating locations nationwide.
The Sumner Egg Festival will be the third weekend in September at the Old Sumner School.The Sumner Egg Festival Queens will be selling Chicken-Que Plates on August 22nd. Tickets are being sold at Sumner City Hall by calling 776-7384. 

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