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7-member Lilac Royalty Court set sights for queen’s crown

Kinsey Dewan, Cheney High School
Kinsey Dewan, Cheney High School
From staff reports

The Spokane Lilac Festival Association announced its 2020 Lilac Royalty Scholarship Court on Saturday.

The court is made up of: Kinsey Dewan, Cheney High School; Hannah Jeremiah, Ferris High School; Kylie Nelson, Freeman High School; Katelyn Bahr, Gonzaga Prep High School; Morgan Armstrong, Lewis and Clark High School; Klaire Perry, Mt. Spokane High School; and Madeline McKinney, Northwest Christian High School.

The seven-member court was selected from 17 candidates who completed more than five weeks of training and community service.

The candidates participated in interviews Saturday with judges from around the community, who deliberated before selecting the “Destination Spokane” court.

The members of the court will continue their training process and community volunteer opportunities.

The next step is one of the seven court members will be crowned queen and a variety of scholarships will be awarded to the entire court.

That will take place at the 2020 Lilac Festival Queen and Court Coronation, scheduled for March 22 at Medical Lake High School. The coronation is set to begin at 3 p.m. and is open to the public.

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