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  • Lilac queen offers hand to community

    When Megan Paternoster, 17, received a phone call in November informing her she’d been chosen as part of the Spokane Lilac Festival Fab 14, she said her first reaction was …


  • Freeman High senior crowned Lilac Festival queen

    Megan Paternoster listened to 13 poignant, funny, inspiring speeches before she rose Sunday to deliver the final one from the Spokane Lilac Festival royalty candidates. The “Fab 14” representing Spokane-area …


  • Kaylee Pearson crowned Lilac Queen

    After a weekend of interviews, speeches and a whirlwind of activities, Kaylee Pearson of Ferris High School was chosen as the 2014 Lilac Queen. “The weekend was amazing,” she said. …


  • It’s Queen Kaylee, Ferris High senior, for 2014 Lilac Festival

    Kaylee Pearson earned the respect and admiration of her peers and then won over the judges to be crowned 2014 Lilac Queen. She swept up several thousand dollars in college …


  • Community service vital for Lilac Queen Rountree

    Brett Rountree cried as she felt the weight of the Lilac queen’s crown. The Central Valley High School senior said she was surprised to win the coronation Sunday.


  • Central Valley senior named Lilac Queen

    Amy Parrish knows a Lilac Queen when she sees one. Parrish, the 1985 Spokane Lilac Festival Queen, encouraged Central Valley High School senior Brett Rountree to try out for the …


  • Face Time: Lilac Queen reflects on responsibilities, opportunities

    MacKenzie Johnson, a senior at Mead High School, is this year’s Spokane Lilac Festival Association Lilac Queen. In an interview last week, Johnson, 18, looked forward to the busy weeks …


  • New Lilac queen takes stage

    Chloe Crittenden, a senior at Northwest Christian High School, has been selected as the 2009 Spokane Lilac Festival queen. “Thank you, thank you so much,” Crittenden said to the audience …

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