Apple Blossom princesses selected to serve

Jamie Miller
Emmaleigh Mondell
Alexandra Stanford
Alexis Tilling
Celeste Truban

Five area women have been selected to serve as princesses in the Court of Queen Shenandoah LXXXVIII during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, April 24-May 3.

Jamie Miller attends Virginia Tech where she is a freshman majoring in biology. She is the daughter of Diane and Jim Miller, of Winchester, and the granddaughter of Beverly and Bruce Carpenter, of Erie, Pennsylvania, and the late Dorothy and Tim Skinner. She is a graduate of John Handley High School.

Emmaleigh Mondell is a freshman majoring in biology at Radford University. She is the daughter of Daisy and Timothy Mondell, of Winchester, and the granddaughter Ruth and Ruben Figueroa, of Brentwood on Long Island, New York, and the late Irene and John Mondell, formerly of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of John Handley High School.

Alexandra Stanford attends Lafayette College where she is a freshman majoring in biology. She is the daughter of Jennifer Stanford and Greg Stanford, both of Winchester, and a graduate of James Wood High School.

Alexis Tilling is a freshman studying justice studies at James Madison University. She is the daughter of Alison and Tommy Tilling, of Winchester, and the granddaughter of Anne Kern Jaeger, John Nethers and Janice and Bill Tilling, all of Winchester. She is a graduate of John Handley High School.

Celeste Truban attends Longwood University where she is a sophomore majoring in nursing. She is the daughter of Selena and Bill Truban, of Winchester, and the granddaughter of Shirley and George Harlow, of Winchester, and the late Millie and Bill Truban. She graduated from John Handley High School.

The princesses will participate in the coronation ceremony on May 1 at John Handley High School and ride on the queen’s float in the Grand Feature Parade on May 2.

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