Friday, November 30, 2012
Three young ladies competed for the title of Miss Felton Laboratory School 2012-2013 recently and one lucky lady was chosen to represent the school of more than 150 students. Ashley Lundy, an Orangeburg native, born to Finee and the late Lloyd Lundy was named Miss Felton Laboratory School 2012-2013. Lundy has attended Felton Laboratory School for eight years, where she has served as a member of several organizations such as the Radically Anointed Youth Group and the National Junior Honor Society, where she serves as secretary. She is also a member of the First Ladies Little Ladies Organization and the Girls Club of Felton Laboratory School.
Lundy is ecstatic about her peers choosing her to represent them as Miss Felton Laboratory School. “I am thrilled about being named Miss Felton Laboratory School 2012-2013 and I can’t thank my peers enough for believing in me and selecting me to represent them.”
Dr. Gloria Winkler, director of Felton Laboratory School echoes that same sentiment as the students. She believes that Ashley Lundy is a wonderful representation of what Miss Felton Laboratory School should depict. “Ashley was nominated by her peers. She is a quiet young lady who is very well-mannered. She does her best to make all efforts to complement her title,” said Winkler.
Lundy’s lifetime goal is to be a successful OB/GYN. She enjoys reading, listening to music, hanging out with friends and shopping. Her philosophy in life is, “we don’t look backwards very long, we keep moving forward, opening new doors and doing new things while curiosity keeps leading us down new paths,” a famous quote by Walt Disney. She currently attends Right Direction Church International.
Lundy will be crowned Miss Felton Laboratory School 2012-2013 tonight at 7 p.m. in the Felton Laboratory School Gymnasium.