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Daffodil Festival royal court debuts

Post by Sara Schilling / The News Tribune on Feb. 12, 2011 at 5:30 pm with 1 Comment »
February 12, 2011 5:30 pm
The 2011 Daffodil Festival royal court. From www.daffodilfestival.net

This year’s Daffodil Festival royal court will be officially presented to the public tonight at a Princess Promenade ceremony in Lakewood.

The Daffodil Princess from high schools in the South Sound will receive their tiaras and a golden daffodil, a news release said.

They are: Marissa Jay, Bethel High School; Payton Jensen, Bonney Lake High School; Kelsey Carder, Cascade Christian High School; Nona Swift, Chief Leschi High School; Shawnice Davis, Clover Park High School; Claire Flemming, Curtis High School; Jordan Davis, Eatonville High School; Alexandra Schuster, Emerald Ridge High School; Whitney Franks, Fife High School; Erin Matthews, Franklin Pierce High School; Kori Hinkle, Graham-Kapowsin High School; Bianca Gonzaga, Henry Foss High School; Rio Marquez-Hammitt, Lakes High School; Katie Smith, Lincoln High School; Charly Williams, Mt. Tahoma High School; Krista Nunnally, Orting High School; Monica Gallucci, Puyallup High School; Sarah Piek, Rogers High School; Sarah Brauneis, Spanaway Lake High School; Sophie Williams, Stadium High School; Makel Ortiz, Sumner High School; Nichele Bunch, Washington High School; and Chelsea Kem, Wilson High School.

The 2011 Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade is April 9.

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  1. dbreneman says:

    Does the Peninsula School District no longer participate in the Daffodil Festival?

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