Apple Blossom pages selected to serve

Kingston Aikens
Brenden Luttrell
Colton Luttrell
Reily Murphy
Heston LaRue

Five Winchester area boys have been selected to service as pages in the Court of Queen Shenandoah LXXXIX during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival April 22 through May 1.

Kingston Aikens is the son of April and Jason Aikens, of Winchester, and the grandson of Linda and Bill Hayes, of Inwood, West Virginia, and Elaine and Walter Aikens, of Winchester. Kingston is a first grade student at Gainesboro Elementary School. His father, Jason, was a Page in 1991 and his grandmother, Elaine Aikens, was past president of the festival from 2009-2010.

Brenden Luttrell is the son of Tabitha and Jeremy Luttrell, of Winchester, and the grandson of Pam and Eddie Keeler and Barbara and Mike McKinnon, of Winchester, and Carol and Jim Luttrell, of Front Royal. He is the great-grandson of Wanda and Walter Cunningham, of Winchester, and Mabel Allen, of Stephenson. Brenden is a second grade student at Evendale Elementary School.

Colton Luttrell is the son of Tabitha and Jeremy Luttrell, of Winchester, and the grandson of Pam and Eddie Keeler and Barbara and Mike McKinnon, of Winchester, and Carol and Jim Luttrell, of Front Royal. He is the great-grandson of Wanda and Walter Cunningham, of Winchester, and Mabel Allen, of Stephenson. Colton is a second grade student at Evendale Elementary School.

Reily Murphy is the son of Amye and Daniel Murphy, of Stephens City, and the grandson Marybeth and Rick Ours, of Stephens City, and Karen and David Murphy, of Titusville, Pennsylvania. He is a first grade student at Bass-Hoover Elementary School.

Heston LaRue is the son of Tonya Clark Rhodes and Jason LaRue, both of Winchester, and the grandson of Nancy Jenkins Shatzer, of Winchester; Douglas Clark Sr., of Gore; Marian LaRue, of Winchester; and James LaRue, of Rippon, West Virginia. Heston is the great-grandson of James Warren LaRue, of Rippon. He is a first grade student at Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School.

The pages will participate in the coronation ceremony at John Handley High School and ride on the queen’s float in the Grand Feature Parade.

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