Apple Blossom Festival pages have been announced
The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival office has announced that four boys from the Winchester area have been selected to serve as pages in the court of Queen Shenandoah LXXXVII during the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival, which will run from April 25 to May 4, 2014. The pages are Anderson Cowley Davis, Grant Mason Rhodes, Cameron Allen Seal and Drew Alexander Tyson.
Anderson is the son of Mitzi and Bryce Davis of Winchester. He is the grandson of Ellen and Rodney Cowley of Winchester, and Lela and Boyd Davis of Stephens City. Anderson is a first grade student at John Kerr Elementary School. He enjoys hiking, biking, camping and wildlife. He participates in Kempo Karate and has earned his yellow belt.
Grant is the son of Tonya Rhodes and Paul Rhodes, both of Winchester. He is the grandson of Nancy Shatzer of Winchester, Douglas Clark Sr. of Gore and Judy and Richard Rhodes of Millersville, Md. Grant is a second grade student at Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School. He plays Winchester baseball, attends Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy and enjoys playing the guitar and piano.
Cameron is the son of Emily and Edward Seal of Winchester. He is the grandson of Deborah and Edward Chapman of Stephens City, and Betty Tarlton Riffle of Front Royal. Cameron is a first grade student at Frederick Douglas Elementary School. He is a member of the Boy Scouts of America, and enjoys cars and gym activities. His mother was a princess to Queen Shenandoah LXXIV, Tyne Mary Vance in 2001.
Drew is the son of Ivy and Kenan Tyson of Winchester. He is the grandson of Toni and Warren Thompson, Beverly Edwards and John Tyson, all of Winchester. Drew attends Greenwood Mill Elementary School, where he is in the second grade. He is a member of the Shiloh Baptist Church in Millwood and plays Winchester baseball and Frederick County basketball.
The pages will participate in the coronation ceremony of Queen Shenandoah LXXXVII at John Handley High School on May 2, 2014 and will ride on the queen’s float in the Grand Feature Parade.
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