Domino’s hosts private party for Five Hills Royalty
Special to Leader-Press
Jr. Miss Five Hills Naomi Williams carefully and precisely placed each ingredient on her pizza as she slid it down the wire rack and prepared it to go in to the oven.
Fort Hood’s Domino’s Pizza hosted the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty for a private party for the fifth consecutive year. The restaurant opened early for the titleholders to make their own pizzas, selecting their own ingredients, watching their pizzas slowly cook as they rolled through the ovens, and then devouring them.
Tiny Miss Five Hills Isabella Cross was held by her grandparents, Helena and Isabella Cross, as she enjoyed the experience.
“Domino’s has always played a part in my family,” Helena Cross said. “We truly appreciate them for hosting our private party and making us feel a part of their family. Watching Isabella make her first pizza and eating it together is a memory we will forever cherish.”
Domino’s team members also gave the titleholders a walk through the kitchen, freezer, and storage section.
Ms. Five Hills Lorianne Valois and Baby Miss Five Hills Berkley Valois made their pizza together.
“It was so much fun getting to tour the Domino’s facility, see how pizza is made and getting the opportunity to make our very own personal pizza,” Lorianne Valois said. “All of the Domino’s employees were extremely helpful and friendly.”
Domino’s Fort Hood Area Marketing Coordinator Ingrid Kiefer looks forward to hosting the titleholders each year.
“Domino’s is very committed to the communities that we serve. Domino’s has sponsored the pageant every year since its return in 2014,” Kiefer said. “This is just one of the many ways that we can support the good work that the titleholders do for the Copperas Cove community.”
The royalty also supported the Copperas Cove Animal Control Facility’s monthly free adoption event by washing dogs, cleaning cages, caring for cats, and presenting animals to potential owners. The titleholders volunteer monthly at the shelter throughout the summer.
They also supported the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of Copperas Cove’s new Boys and Girls Club, hosted their weekly summer games of bingo at a local nursing home, and presented the medals at the Special Olympics Heart of Texas table tennis championships held in Temple.