The Advance-Leader, Kendallville, Ind., reports that a Grace College student has been named Miss Noble County. Kaylie Warble is studying special education at the Winona Lake, Ind., school. A portion of the story appears below. Click here for the complete article.
Former 4-H contestant named Miss Noble County
KENDALLVILLE — Last year was slated to be Kaylie Warble’s final year competing at the Noble County Community Fair but now she decided to take a different route.
Now, Warble, of Ligonier, is Miss Noble County. She was crowned after topping three other competitors at the fair queen pageant Saturday.
“I decided to run for Miss Noble County just because I love our fair so much. I just really wanted to represent that fair and to just be able to be present at all of these events as a leader,” Warble said. …
She graduated from West Noble High School where she played three sports and did 4-H. Now, she attends Grace College where she majors in special education. Her aspiration is to become a special education teacher.
The speech she made that night was about how she feels that God has called her to teach special education and how happy and satisfied she is with watching them learn.
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