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Festival Fundraising

  

What a successful 2016 year, the Baldwin County Strawberry Festival was able due to the support of the community, vendors and sponsors to present checks in the amount of $30,000.00 each to Kathy Fleet, Director of Association of Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County and Misty Wilkinson, Principal of Loxley Elementary School.

We are looking forward to next years festival which will be our 30th Anniversary.

 

Each year, the Baldwin County Strawberry Festival raises funds to benefit the Association of Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County and Loxley Elementary School. Board members were happy to present checks in the amount of $15,000 each to Misty Wilkinson, Principal of  Loxley Elementary School, and Kathy Fleet, Director of the Association of Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County, from funds generated during the 2015 festival.

Please consider sponsorship for the 2016 festival to help us continue benefitting these important local organizations. 

For more information: Sponsorship Form.

 

2015 Little Miss Strawberry


Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Little Miss Strawberry Pageant! The Queen, Raeleigh Deshay Duddy, and her court will preside over the Baldwin County Strawberry Festival in Loxley, Alabama on April 11 and 12, 2015.

 

The next pageant will be held on March 12, 2016. For more information:

Pageant Qualifications

Pageant Application

Pageant Rules

 

To view the pageant schedule and/or further event details, visit our Pageant page. Contact Amy Kennedy with your questions: 251-964-5334 or send an email.

 

Thanks for your support. We look forward to the 2016 festivities!

 

2014 Festival Fundraising 

Each year, the Baldwin County Strawberry Festival raises funds to benefit the Association of Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County and Loxley Elementary School. Board members were happy to present checks in the amount of $25,000 each to Dea Ramey, Principal of  Loxley Elementary School, and Kathy Fleet, Director of the Association of Retarded Citizens of Baldwin County, from funds generated during the 2014 festival.

 

 

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