Thursday 27 November, 2014

2014 Royal Court

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Queen Roslyn Thompson

Roslyn is the daughter of Bil and Angell Thompson. She is the co-president of the Big Brother-Big Sister mentorship program, actively involved in DECA, the student store, and the Welcome Aboard Committee. Roslyn also volunteers for the Special Olympics and is a barista at Starbucks. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, writing music, photography, volunteering at her church and drinking lots of coffee.

Roslyn’s favorite TV show is Gossip Girl and her favorite movie is The Notebook. Her favorite song is “Wanted” by Dara Maclean and her favorite book is The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.  She is most inspired by her daddy, and her most treasured keepsake is a diamond and ruby ring from her great-grandmother. After graduation Roslyn plans on attending the Rock Church internship in Monroe, WA for ten months and then she plans to move to Australia to attend Hillsong Leadership College for one year.

Roslyn’s favorite things to do in the Wenatchee Valley, besides Apple Blossom, are enjoying all the sights, restaurants and joys of our valley. Her proudest moment in life was singing in the Janice Franz talent show her sophomore year. She was able to display her love for music and be a part of giving back to her community.  If Roslyn could trade places with anyone for a day, she would trade places with singer Taya Smith.  Roslyn feels she should represent the Wenatchee Valley because she has a lot of love for this valley and the people in it. The joy she has every day, she wants to share with people and be an example for young and driven girls all across our valley.




Princess Nikara Morgan

Nikara is the daughter of Paddy Blessing and Jeremy Morgan. Nikara is the business manager for her school’s newspaper, the Vice President of DECA, and has been an active member in the drama club musicals. Nikara has been part of the Big Brother, Big Sister Program and works at the Bavarian Lodge in Leavenworth. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, art projects, and going to the movies.

Nikara’s favorite TV show is New Girl and her favorite movie is Titanic. Her favorite song is “Best Day of My Life” by American Authors and her favorite novel is Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen.  She is most inspired by her mom and her most treasured keepsake is a box that she keeps small souvenirs in that she has had since the second grade.  After graduation, Nikara plans to double major in business and communications.

Nikara’s favorite thing to do in the Wenatchee Valley, besides Apple Blossom, is to spend time on the river with her friends in the summer.  Her proudest moment in life was completing her own community service project she started with two of her friends called The Star Reader Program. The purpose of the program was to increase reading levels and the love of reading for elementary students. If Nikara could trade places with anyone for a day, she would trade places with Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton.  Nikara feels she should represent the Wenatchee Valley because she has lived in Wenatchee her entire life and has a good understanding of what the festival is about. She believes she is a good role model and has a strong desire to represent her community.



Princess Caroline Dahl

Caroline is the daughter of Dr. Jim and Brenda Dahl. Caroline is a member of the National Honor Society and the Earth Club, a photographer for the yearbook, Vice President of the Math Club, and played on the varsity girls' soccer team at her school.  When she's not on the soccer field or running track, she enjoys boating on the Columbia River, reading, hiking, and scuba diving.

Caroline’s favorite TV show is Saturday Night Live and her favorite movies are the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Her favorite song is “Free Falling” by John Mayer and her favorite novel is Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.  She is most inspired by her Nana, and her most treasured keepsake is her Dolly.  After graduation Caroline plans to attend a four-year university followed by medical school as she would like to become a dermatologist.

Caroline’s favorite thing to do in the Wenatchee Valley, besides Apple Blossom, is boating on the Columbia River. Her proudest moment in life was scoring the winning goal in the varsity girls’ soccer game against East Wenatchee.  If Caroline could trade places with anyone for a day, she would trade places with Taylor Swift.  Caroline feels she should represent the Wenatchee Valley because she has had the opportunity to participate in many of the activities available in the Wenatchee Valley and that has shaped her to be who she is. She is proud to call the Wenatchee Valley home.



CONTACT

Washington State
Apple Blossom Festival
2 S. Chelan Ave.
PO Box 2836
Wenatchee, WA 98807

509-662-3616