Apple Blossom Queen’s Dinner

Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron makes her entrance to the Queen's Dinner on Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester, as she is escorted by Kyle Kremer, 16, of Winchester. The event, which is hosted by area civic clubs, was sponsored by The Village at Orchard Ridge, The Northern Virginia Daily and Barefoot Wine.  Rich Cooley/Daily

Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron makes her entrance to the Queen's Dinner on Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester, as she is escorted by Kyle Kremer, 16, of Winchester. The event, which is hosted by area civic clubs, was sponsored by The Village at Orchard Ridge, The Northern Virginia Daily and Barefoot Wine. Rich Cooley/Daily

Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron prepares to slice he giant apple pieduring the Queen's Dinner held Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester. At left is her escort Kyle Kremer, 16, of Winchester and at right is Anne Lewis who assisted in the ceremony.  Rich Cooley/Daily Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron makes her entrance to the Queen's Dinner Thursday night as she is escorted by  Kyle Kremer, 16, of Winchester Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester. The event, which is hosted by area civic clubs,  was sponsored by The Village at Orchard Ridge, The Northern Virginia Daily, and Barefoot Wine  Rich Cooley/Daily Cameron Smith, Miss Apple Blossom 2016,  sings Unforgettable to Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXVIX Ahna Cameron  during the Queen's Dinner held Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester. The event, which is hosted by area civic clubs,  was sponsored by The Village at Orchard Ridge, The Northern Virginia Daily, and Barefoot Wine  Rich Cooley/Daily Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron smiles as she holds a tiffany apple that was a gift from the civic clubs during the Queen's Dinner held Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester.  Rich Cooley/Daily David C. Gum, president and CEO of Henkel Harris Furniture Co., unveiled this Henkel Harris jewelry chest gift for Queen Shenandoah designate LXXXIX Ahna Cameron during the Queen's Dinner held Thursday night at the Best Western Lee-Jackson in Winchester. The event, which is hosted by area civic clubs,  was sponsored by The Village at Orchard Ridge, The Northern Virginia Daily, and Barefoot Wine  Rich Cooley/Daily

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