ABOUT ME (AKA TULITA PEPSI)
Hello everyone, my name is Kevin Carroll. For the past 8 years I have worked at Talbot County Public Schools. I recently graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Dual Bachelors in Elementary and Special Education. I am also a lead staff member at the YMCA for Camp Lazy Days, which serves students with special needs to enjoy a summer of fun. I have always enjoyed giving back to the community through my support of education and through Camp Lazy Days. I am excited to lend my support to this great organization! Hospice was a huge part of our family 2 years ago, supporting my great grandfather during his final days.
Get ready to support Hospice in this wonderful event and watch me strut my stuff down Harrison Street!!!
A MESSAGE FROM TULITA PEPSI
Tulita first “popped” on the scene in mid 2011, following the lead of her diva drag sista’ Anita Moore strutted her stuff across the stage at the Missed Cordova Pageant some years ago. Tulita ain’t yo average Queen that “fizzles” out after her first romp – NO - this gal is here to show how a “REAL” woman can run in heels. She won’t be falling “flat” like “Ms. Minnie CoCo Kola” did at last years’ drag race! Her explosive personality, not unlike a Mentos in a bottle of soda pop, is one of her greatest assets... well that, and her superior running skills. Tulita feels honored that she can participate in this years Drag Race for Hospice and wishes her competition nothing but the best… well, lets be honest… she hopes they break a heel!
PLEASE SUPPORT MY RACE TO BENEFIT THE TALBOT HOSPICE FOUNDATION
To support my race, press the Donate Now button and follow the instructions. Consider adding the little extra to offset the processing charges so Talbot Hospice Foundation via The Friends of Hospice gets 100% of all proceeds.
Then come out and cheer me on July 26!
DRAG RACE INFORMATION
JULY 26, 2014 3-6 pm
Come down on Race Day for all of the festivities.
To learn more about The Festival of Trees and the work of the Talbot Hospice Foundation, e sure and check out the Festival Of Trees website!