The 2017 Knights of Columbus King Christopher SLII Mardi Gras Court will be presented at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the St. Michael’s Church Community Center.

The 2017 Knights of Columbus King Christopher SLII Mardi Gras Court will be presented at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the St. Michael’s Church Community Center.

Among those on the court are maid Brenna Bordelon, duke and duchess Siegfried and Sylvia Milerski and duke and duchess Greg and Denise Robertson.

Bordelon is the daughter of Bobby and Renee Bordelon. Born in Baton Rouge, Bordelon is a lifelong resident of Leesville and is a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church.

Bordelon has one brother, Bryce, who attend the University of Louisiana-Monroe.

She is a proud 2011 graduate of Leesville high school, where she received many awards and scholarships upon her graduation, including the Presidential Scholarship for Academic Excellence and the Catholic Youth Leadership Award.

She graduated cum laude from Northwestern State University in 2015, remaining on the Dean’s List for all four years.

Bordelon is currently a teacher at Little Angels Academy and has been there for the past six years.

She is an active member of the Wagon Wheel Riding Club and currently serves on their board of directors.

She enjoys spending time with her family, especially her grandparents and cousins. She is most relaxed when riding her horse, Clay, and reading to her preschoolers.

Bordelon also loves to travel and is always intrigued to explore new destinations.

Siegfried and Sylvia have been married for one year and have five chldren — Sophie and Sigi Milerski and Logan, Lanie and Landon Roberts.

“Sig” Siegfried was born in New Orleans and is the son of Stephanie and the late Siegfried Milerski. He has been a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church for 13 years. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, 3rd and 4th Degree.

A 1996 graduate of Leesville High School, Sig attended AIU online from 2009-11 and received his associate’s degree in IT. He has worked as a DOD contractor for 18 years, both as an electronic and environmental tech.

He has coached flage and tackle football for the Vernon American Youth Football League for five years, while also enjoying hunting, fishing, football and gaming.

Sylvia was born in Waynesville, Missouri, and is the daughter of Brenda Wileman and Don Meyer. She has been a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church for two years. She is a 1998 graduate of Rosepine High School and attended the criminal justice program at Lamar Salter in Oakdale and graduated at the top of her class in massage therapy at Blue Cliff College in Alexandria.

She is a licensed massage therapist at Clearly Natural Spa in Leesville.

Sylvia is a member of the Simpson High School Booster Club and enjoys helping others through her work. She also enjoys spending time with her family and reading.

Currently residing in DeRidder, Greg and Denis Robertson were brought to the area courtesy of the military about five year ago.

Though now retired for military service, Greg continues to work for the military via a third party, while Denise is busy homeschooling their two children for a sixth year.

Both are lifetime Catholics and remain active within the local Catholic community, enjoying studying and teaching the Catholic faith.

They also enjoy exploring the historical areas within the state of Louisiana as well as throughout the country and the world.

Greg and Denise are both honored to be a part of St. Michael’s the Archangel Parish Mardi Gras Court for 2017.