The Top-10 Royalty Candidates for the 2021 Washington State Apple Blossom Festival were announced last night at the Numerica Performing Arts Center. 37 young ladies from Eastmont and Wenatchee High Schools spent two days in front of five out-of-town judges answering questions and delivering speeches.
The Top-10 announcement was co-emceed by Wenatchee Central Lions Club members Nicole Brown and Craig Field…
The 10 young women will now spend the next month preparing for the Cashmere Valley Bank Royalty Selection Pageant February 27th. The ladies will be vying for 31-thousand dollars in scholarship money and the chance to represent the Wenatchee Valley as Apple Blossom Queen, or one of two Princesses.
Again, the Top-10 are: Olivia Fonville, daughter of Shelley and Jason Fonville. Kamryn Fowler, daughter of Steve and Melissa Fowler. Libby Gallaher, daughter of Bob and Michelle Gallaher. Sophia Hernandez, daughter of Miguel and Ana Hernandez. Tatum Kentnor, daughter of Tracy Trotter and Todd Kentnor. Olga Murillo, daughter of Margarita Rodriguez and Ismael Murillo. Brooke Perez, daughter of Luis and Sundi Perez. Kody Richards, daughter of Gregg and Faith Richards. Kaylynn Schmitten, daughter of Brent and Angela Schmitten. And Alex Toth, daughter of Andrew and Connie Toth.