2017 OBF Court

This year Lindsay celebrates its 85th year with the selection of four very talented and community-minded Lindsay High School seniors. Congratulations to the 2017 OBF Attendants: Nancy Marquez, Natalia Vasquez, Alyssa Nunez, and Zoe Pearl Reser!  These young ladies will stand along side the OBF Queen as her attendants for this week-long event that will begin April 1st. 

Nancy Marquez is the daughter of Heriberto Marquez and Maria Varela. As a student at Lindsay High School Nancy is involved with ASB, which has taught her many skills like planning pep rallies to organizing school events, leadership and communication roles. She is most proud to be a member of the Spanish Honors Society, Dual Immersion Program, FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) and Key Club where she served as President for 2 years.  Nancy is also a member of AVID and plans to attend UC Irvine to major in Business and Accounting.

Natalia Vasquez is a Lindsay native and the third child born to Ramon & Lupe Vasquez. Natalia is a very humble and hard working young lady who loves to work behind the scenes helping others and volunteering her time. Using her special talents to help others, Natalia has worked with the Lindsay Chapter of H.O.W. (Helping Other Women) and has delivered toys and food during Christmas to those less fortunate. She is also active in over 14 clubs at LHS one being ASB President and is currently ranked in the top 10 of her senior class. Natalia has been part of the TRIO Upward Bound Math and Science Program at COS and last summer she studied with Stanford Law professors, learning the proper procedures for a mock trial simulation, which was carried out in the Superior Court in San Francisco.  Her goal is to attend a UC campus where she plans to study Law and Criminology.

Alyssa Nunez was born and raised in Lindsay and is the daughter of Luis Nunez and Teresa Leon. Alyssa has enjoyed being active in many Lindsay High School clubs such as the Adventure Club, Key Club, AVID, and ASB. She credits them for allowing her help others. She has worked at the AG Expo, Orange Blossom Festival Pancake breakfast, various blood drives, and helped in the clean up of the historical Lindsay Olive Bowl. She is a part of the LHS Choir allowing her to express herself through music.  As an accomplished athlete she played on the LHS-EYL Championship Golf team and played softball where she received many awards in leadership and work ethics. Alyssa would like to attend UC Riverside and obtain a degree in Business Administration and possibly get her teaching credential.

Zoe Pearl Reser is the daughter of Brian Reser and Artesia Schmidt. Zoe's four years at LHS have been very busy and productive with activities like ASB, AVID, AP Courses, Adventure Club French Club,  FBLA, Key Club, Prom & Homecoming Committees, Book Club, and track. She has been a member of Team Empower where she explains the performance-based system to out of school district visitors. All these activities have trained her to be a more organized person and has prepared her for the next step in her life: college. Zoe plans to attend San Jose State University this fall and major in Business Administration.