House Recognizes 500 Festival Queen Brooke Dorsett
STATEHOUSE- The Indiana House of Representatives today presented a House Concurrent Resolution authored by Rep. Eric Koch (R-Bedford) honoring Brooke Dorsett, the 2010 500 Festival Queen.
"Brooke is an outstanding young lady and I am pleased that the General Assembly has recognized her accomplishment," said Rep. Koch.
The 500 Festival Queen is chosen among a select group of 33 women who take part in the 500 Festival Princess program. The Festival Princesses represent women from colleges and universities throughout Indiana. Those in the 500 Festival Princess program act as ambassadors for the 500 Festival and the Indianapolis 500 race.
Brooke is a 2006 graduate of Bedford North Lawrence High School, where she played basketball and softball, and a 2010 graduate of the Indiana University School of Dentistry, where she earned a degree in dental hygiene. She is the daughter of Gary and Karen Dorsett.
Rep. Koch serves in District 65 which includes Bartholomew, Brown, Jackson, and Lawrence counties. Rep. Koch serves as the Chairman of the Elections & Apportionment Committee, and member of the Select Committee on Government Reduction, Statutory Committee on Ethics, and the Utilities & Energy Committee. Rep. Koch also serves as Assistant Republican Caucus Chairman.