Apple Blossom Festival princesses selected
Five area women have been selected to serve as princesses in the Court of Queen Shenandoah XC during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival April 28 through May 7. They are:
Katie Copp is the daughter of Scarlett and William Copp, of Stephens City. She is the granddaughter of Mary Kathryne Copp, of Stephens City, Joyce Pritchett, of Gordonsville, and the late Joseph Pritchett. A 2016 graduate of Sherando High School, she is a freshman at Virginia Tech majoring in criminology and communication studies.
Carly Feagans is the daughter of Carmen Feagans, of Winchester, and the late Daniel Feagans. She is the granddaughter of Annette and Dale Stickley and W.W. Feagans, all of Winchester, and the late Constance Feagans. A 2016 grduate of John Handley High School, she is a freshman at Marymount University majoring in fashion merchandising.
Olivia Grant is the daughter of Beverly and Kevin Grant, of Winchester. She is the granddaughter of the late Arbutus and Jasper Morris and Wilbur and Dora Grant. A 2016 graduate of James Wood High School, she is a freshman biology major at Shenandoah University.
Kaylie Riggleman is the daughter of Kristi and Tim Riggleman, of Winchester. She is the granddaughter of Joan Riggleman, of Winchester, and the late Jesse Riggleman and Glenn and Elva Combs. A graduate of Millbrook High School, she is a sophomore majoring in hospitality management andcommunications at James Madison University.
Hannah Teter is the daughter of Clarissa Barnes, of Augusta, West Virginia, and William Teter, of Cross Junction. She is the granddaughter of Penny and John Merriner, of Winchester, Olin Teter of Paw Paw, West Virginia, and the late Arlene Teter. A 2016 graduate of James Wood High School, she is a freshman at Lord Fairfax Community College majoring in education.
The princesses will participate in the coronation ceremony of Queen Shenandoah XC at John Handley High School and will ride on the queen’s float in the Grand Feature Parade.