Sydney Lynn Kubal
Bon Homme High School Senior
Parents: Dan and Jodi Kubal, Lesterville, SD
Ambitions and Future Plans: I plan to attend USD, pursue a career in the medical field, and eventually come back to practice medicine in the area.
Activities: FFA, Band, Volleyball, Basketball, Student Council, Youth Group, Spring Play, National Honor Society, and Softball.
Honors and Awards: Honor Band, Academic Letter, acceptance into National Honor Society, and A Honor Roll.
Interesting facts: I love riding my horses and playing with my dogs. The first time I ever Czech danced I helped my mother sew my first kroj. My mother taught me how to bake kolaches (my favorite is poppy seed) and potato dumplings. I enjoy helping at my church’s bazaar every year and seeing everyone from the community come together. I’ve played softball for Tabor for the past four years and love every second of it! I also love spending time with my family playing cards and working on the farm.
Why do you want to be Czech Days Queen? I would be honored to be Czech Days Queen because the community of Tabor has given me a place I can call home. As Czech Days Queen, I would like to be a role model to the younger generations by passing on the care, kindness, and love that I received here. In addition, it would be a privilege to continue a family tradition, carry on the Czech heritage, and represent a community that has given me so much.
What does Czech Days mean to you? Czech Days, for me, is a time to come together with friends and family to celebrate our Czech heritage. The celebration of Czech Days gives me the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends. It is also an opportunity to honor our ancestors by keeping many traditions alive. The traditions, that I love the most, are baking kolaches, rolling potato dumplings, and attending the Polka Mass at St. Wenceslaus Church with my family.