The Robeline Heritage Society is proud to announce our 2017 Robeline Heritage Queen: Baylee Ray.
Baylee is the oldest daughter of Brian and Christi Ray. She and her three younger siblings all raised here in the Robeline area.
Baylee graduated from Many High School this past year, where she served as an FCA Leader and ran track. Baylee is now a freshman at Northwestern State University where she is a nursing major and plans to graduate in 2021.
Baylee is also an extremely active member in her church, Robeline First Baptist, where she teaches a Sunday school class. She has also been active on mission trips. Some of which include visiting Houston’s 5th ward, traveling to south Louisiana after the “Great Flood” to help remove debris and clean out damaged homes. There are also plans to visit Nicaragua later this year.
The 26th Annual Robeline Heritage Festival will kick off Oct. 6 at 5 pm. There will be hayrides, free hotdogs and gospel music by local talent. The evening will be wrapped up with a performance from 4 Days Late. Opening ceremonies will begin Oct. 7 at 10 am with the parade starting at 11 am. There will be a treasure hunt and clues will be provided throughout the day. There will also be plenty of food, arts and crafts, games for the kids and musical entertainment. Charlie Farley will take the stage at 8 pm.