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Arts Quincy Proclaims Dogwood Royalty Contest Winners


 

​Arts Quincy is happy to announce the winners of its inaugural Dogwood Royalty Contest! The winners fall into separate age teams, 7-10 and 4-6 years previous.
 
The Little King of Dogwood is Julian Stickler, age 9, son of Jennifer Stickler. He attends Rooney Elementary Faculty.
 
The Little Queen of Dogwood is …

Manushree Motati, age 10, daughter of Malkireddy Motati and Chaitanya Nadimpally. She attends Baldwin Elementary Faculty.
 
The Little Prince of Dogwood is Ledger Warner, age six, son of Logan and Lisa Warner. He attends Lincoln-Douglas Elementary Faculty.
 
The Little Princess of Dogwood is Aurora Groman, age six, daughter of Joel and Tara Groman. She attends Iles Elementary Faculty.
 
The court docket is comprised of Kinsely Duschinsky, Tanmayi Vadlamannati, Tarini Vadlamannati, Indy Warner, Lydia Hoffman, and Elinor AuBuchon, who had been the runner-ups.
 
“We’re so impressed with the candidates and their poise and personalities,” stated Laura Sievert, Arts Quincy Government Director. “All of the contestants integrated the parade theme, confirmed creativity of their video submissions, and instructed us what neighborhood means to them. The winners symbolize the neighborhood nicely.”
 
Arts Quincy partnered with Quincy Space Chamber of Commerce to prepare this 12 months’s Dogwood Royalty Occasion. This 12 months’s Dogwood Parade is Star Wars impressed: “Could the Fourth: The Energy of Group.” To enter to grow to be Dogwood Royalty, contestants submitted a brief video explaining what the facility of neighborhood means to them that additionally incorporates the Star Wars theme.
 
Winners will trip with Arts Quincy within the Chamber’s Dogwood Parade on Saturday, Could 4. The Royalty will likely be adopted by their court docket. Because of Gem Metropolis Ford for donating automobiles for the Royalty to trip in throughout the parade!



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