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2020 Louisiana Fur & Wildlife Queen

Alivia Mudd

Alivia is the daughter of Chad and Michelle Mudd of Grand Lake. She is a senior at St. Louis High School. Alivia maintains a 4.2 GPA and takes Dual Enrollment classes through McNeese State University. She is bilingual certified in Spanish and is a member of the National Honor Society, Students for Life, Art Club, FBLA, and Spanish club. She was chosen for Student Council, Saints Ambassadors, & to serve on the Peer Advisory Board for Truth, Facts & Lies. She serves as Vice-President of the Helping Hands Club, has been a member of the soccer and cross country teams, and started a program named FLIP at her school, connecting special needs students with their peers in the mainstream classroom.


She will pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, with a minor in Spanish.  She then plans to attend LSU Health in New Orleans to earn a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy, allowing her to channel her devotion to children in the autism community.


Alivia is passionate about physical activity and enjoys running and working out. She likes using her spare time to lead ACTS retreats with friends, volunteer at St. Nicholas Center for Children, and bow-hunt with her dad.

62nd Louisiana

Fur & Wildlife Pageant

Congratulations to the contestants for a great representation of their ten parishes! 

Queen - Alivia Mudd - Cameron Parish

1st Runner Up - Jessica Gray

                    Grant Parish

2nd Runner Up - Kelcie Thomassee

                      Jeff Davis Parish

Miss Personality - Blair Jones

                       Plaquemine Parish

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