New Fallbrook royalty chosen in 2014 Miss Fallbrook Ambassador ‘Live Your Dream’ program
Thursday, April 10th, 2014
Issue 15, Volume 18.
Chosen as Fallbrook’s new ambassadors at the 2014 Miss Fallbrook Ambassador ‘Live Your Dream’ program on April 5 at Potter Jr. High School are, from left, Halee Olsen, Second Princess; Claire Ginther, Miss Fallbrook; and Sarah Engebretson, First Princess. Claire Ginther is crowned Miss Fallbrook 2014 by Shavonne Donoghue, Miss Fallbrook 2013 at the pageant event held April 5. Ginther, 17, is a senior at Fallbrook High School and will begin serving her term on the day of the Avocado Festival, April 13. Contestants in the 2014 Miss Fallbrook Ambassador ‘Live Your Dream’ program pose at the completion of the awards ceremony on April 5; from left, Marisa Rodriguez. Simone Stubbs, Carina Ruiz, Sonya Betancourt, Erica Penaloza, Brianna Rufino, Second Princess Halee Olsen, Miss Fallbrook Claire Ginther, First Princess Sarah Engebretson, Morgan Abando, Diana Alcaraz, Mikala Tidd, and Viviana Hernandez. Marisa Rodriguez, 17, shows her amazement when it is announced she has been selected as both Miss Congeniality and Best Smile during the Miss Fallbrook event April 5. Shavonne Donoghue, Miss Fallbrook 2013, acknowledges the applause from the crowd as she takes her last walk as Miss Fallbrook on April 5. Morgan Abando, a junior at Fallbrook High School, is presented with the Most Photogenic award at the Miss Fallbrook pageant April 5. Claire Ginther, a Fallbrook High School senior, is crowned Miss Fallbrook 2014 during the annual pageant held at Potter Junior High School auditorium April 5. Halee Olsen, 16, a Fallbrook High School sophomore, is chosen Second Princess to Miss Fallbrook and awarded the prizes for Best Essay and Most Tickets Sold at the annual Miss Fallbrook Pageant April 5. Sarah Engebretson, an Oasis High School senior, is chosen First Princess to Miss Fallbrook and awarded the prize for Most Sponsorships at the Miss Fallbrook pageant April 5.
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