The following are the king and queen candidates for the 29th annual Fiesta Mexicana to be held this weekend at St. Anthony Catholic Church.

The first contestant is Emma Cisneros, the daughter of Terry and Jesse Cisneros. Emma is 10 years old and is a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School.

Emma will be escorted by 8-year-old Marcelo Chapa, the son of Jillena and Demetrio Chapa. He is also a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School.

Emma and Marcelo will represent the state of Oaxaco.

The second contestant is Jenny Hernandez, the daughter of Patsy Hernandez and Oscar Arroya.

Jenny is 13 and a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School. Her escort will be 8-year-old Roger Garcia Jr., also a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School, and the son of Irena and Roger Garcia.

Jenny and Roger will represent the state of Mexico City.

The third contestant is Kimberly Martinez, the daughter of Estella and Jesus Martinez Jr. Kimberly is 10 years old and a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School.

Kimberly's escort will be Christian E. Martinez.

Christian, 5, is the son of Norma Jean Martinez. He is also a student at St. Anthony's Catholic School.

Kimberly and Christian will represent the state of Chiapas.

The fourth contestant is Victoria Longoria, the daughter of Virginia and Rolando Longoria. Victoria is 12 and a student at Ortiz Intermediate School.

Victoria will be escorted by Eric Torres, the 12-year-old son of Erica and Steve Ortega. Eric is also a student at Ortiz Intermediate School. Victoria and Eric will represent the state of Aguascalientes.