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East Portland Rose Festival princesses picked


Parkrose High School's Chazmyne Brown was named Rose Princess last month during an assembly at the school.
Amie Whipple, from left, Daphne Martin, Vy Le and Victoriya Guzenko react to the announcement of Whipple being crowned Madison High School's Rose Festival Princess.
David Douglas High School's Rose Festival Princess is Samantha Westmoreland, far right. Court members Madison Adrian, from left, Isabella Guynes, and Shelby Hansmann, accompanied her.
Spring in Portland means the Rose Festival is just around the corner. Princesses from Mid-county schools have been selected and will contend for the title of 100th Queen of Rosaria. Until then, these three accomplished candidates will experience a whirlwind of activities, personal appearances, parades and activities.

The first to join the court from our area was Chazmyne Brown of Parkrose High. This 18-year-old senior looks to pursue a career in music and looks forward to playing in a professional orchestra. She is a member of the state championship Parkrose Elite dance team, National Honor Society, Leadership/Student Government, Treble Choir and A-Choir, participates in the Senior Adopt a Grandparent Program and is an American Legion Award Recipient. She is the daughter of Gerald Cunningham and Jessica Brown.

Samantha Westmoreland, an 18-year-old senior from David Douglas High was next. She looks forward to becoming a nurse.

Her high school activities and honors include serving on student council and the Associated Student Body as second vice president, Concert Choir, volleyball, Troubadours, and choir president and honor roll. She is the daughter of Terri Westmoreland.

Most recent to join the court is Amie Whipple of Madison High School. This 18-year-old senior plans to become a physical therapist specializing in sports medicine. She is a varsity cross-country runner and team captain and was named most valuable female runner all four years. She is vice president of Key Club, a member of Madison Leadership and was chosen homecoming queen last fall. She is the daughter of Richard and Fe Whipple.

Each girl will receive a $3,500 college scholarship.
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