May 12 & 13, 2017

2017

ROYALTY SELECTION IS SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH 

@ 6:30pm

MANSON HIGH SCHOOL


MEET THE CANDIDATES


Maddee Ward, Jasmine Pascasio, Baylee Ward, Daicy Leyva, Rosellyn Lindert, Karina Mendoza and Bianca Alexander



               
 

Maddee Rose Ward

Maddee is the 18 year-old daughter of Scott and Landee Ward and has 1 brother and 2 sisters. Maddee is one of triplets, along with her sister, Baylee and her brother, Spencer. She also has a younger sister, 12 year-old sister, Maycee.

Maddee has been on the honor roll her junior and senior years. She has also participated in volleyball, basketball and track all of her high school career. In volleyball, Maddee was awarded the Trojan Award her sophomore year, was named 1st team all-league her sophomore, junior and senior years, and was named as the all-league Most Valuable Player her senior year. In basketball, Maddee was named Most Valuable Player her freshman year, Most Inspirational her sophomore year and Offensive Most Valuable Player her junior year, and was all-league Honorable Mention her junior year. In track, Maddee was voted Most Inspirational her junior year, earned state medals her sophomore and junior years, and set Manson High School track records her freshman, sophomore and junior years. She was also Manson High School Homecoming Princess 2016.

In her spare time, Maddee enjoys traveling, swimming, laying in the sun and spending time with family and friends.

Maddee plans to attend Eastern Washington University and major in Pediatrics.

Maddee says she doesn’t have a favorite TV Show, and her favorite novel is The Twilight Series.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Maddee said, “Ever since I was a girl, I have wanted to be Apple Blossom Royalty. I remember how inspired I felt by past royalty. It’s a chance to be a leader, role model and give back to my community that has given so much to my family and I.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Maddee as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.

    

Jasmine Lizbeth Pascasio

Jasmine is the daughter of Jesus Pascasio and Liliana Medina and has two brothers; 22 year-old Jesus and 15 year-old Jose.

Jasmine has served as ASB secretary her junior and senior years, a member of the Me to We Club her junior and senior years, Knowledge Bowl her senior year, Future Business Leaders of America her freshman and senior years and became a member of the National Honor Society her senior year. In addition, Jasmine has participated in softball all of her high school career, been a cheerleader her sophomore, junior and senior years, and basketball her freshman, junior and senior years

In her spare time, Jasmine enjoys listening to music, singing, learning about the Korean culture, and spending time with her family.

Jasmine plans to attend Central Washington University and hopes to become a paramedic. She would also like to minor in fashion merchandise and textiles and hopes to someday open her own dress shop.

Jasmine’s favorite TV Show is Heartstrings and her favorite novel is Memoirs of a Geisha.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Jasmine said, “I want to be a role model to girls in our community and show them that anything can be achieved with hard work and courage. I want to teach girls how to be unapologetically you in a respectable manner.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Jasmine as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.


Baylee Shae Ward

Baylee is the 18 year-old daughter of Scott and Landee Ward and has one brother and two sisters. Baylee is one of triplets, along with her sister, Maddee and brother Spencer. She also has a younger sister, 12 year-old Maycee.

Baylee has been on the honor roll her entire high school career and a member of the National Honor Society her junior and senior years. She is also involved in Future Business Leaders of America. Baylee played basketball and volleyball throughout her high school career, softball her freshman year and track her sophomore and junior years. In volleyball, she was a team captain her sophomore, junior and senior years, and was on all-league, second team her freshman year, honorable mention her sophomore and junior years and first team her senior year. In Basketball, she was team captain all four years, earned the Coach’s Award her junior year and was all-league honorable mention her freshman year. In track, Baylee was given the Coach’s Award her sophomore year, earned State medals her sophomore, junior and senior years and set Manson high School track records her sophomore and junior years. She was also Manson High School Homecoming Queen 2016.

In her spare time, Baylee enjoys wake boarding, sun bathing, shopping, sledding and spending time with her friends and family.

Baylee hopes to continue her volleyball career into college and then attend a University to major in Education.

Baylee’s favorite TV Show is One Tree Hill and her favorite novel is The Twilight Series.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Baylee said, “As Junior Court, looking up at the three beautiful girls in crowns, I thought they were the most caring, beautiful, coolest girls. Now, I realize their gift of leadership they offered me. I’m ready to be that caliber of role model and give back to my community.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Baylee as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.

Daicy Leyva

Daicy is the 18-year-old daughter of Victor Manuel and Norma Leyva and has 2 younger brothers, 13 year-old Victor Manuel and 6 year old Erik Osiel- and one younger sister, 4 year-old Graidys Guadalupe.

Daicy has been an honor roll student throughout her high school career, and a member of the National Honor Society her junior and senior years. She also was a member of Future Business Leaders of America her junior and senior years. Daicy served as Class President her sophomore and senior years as well as Leaders Association of Student Council President her senior year. In addition, Daicy participated in basketball throughout her high school career, track her sophomore through senior years, and volleyball her junior and senior years. In Volleyball, Daicy earned the Most Inspirational Award her junior year, and Coach’s Award her senior year. In Basketball, she was awarded Most Improved her sophomore year and the Coach’s Award her junior year. In track, Daicy was awarded Coach’s Award her sophomore year. She also received the Most Inspirational award her sophomore year as a cheerleader. Additionally, Daicy participated in Kahiau Club volleyball her sophomore year- and Kahiau Club sand volleyball her sophomore and junior years. She was also Manson High School Homecoming Princess 2016.

In her spare time, Daicy enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her family. Some of her other hobbies include sewing, reading poems and cosmetics.

Daicy plans to attend Central Washington University to study Business Management. She hopes to help people in the Human Resources field, and to give back to her community.

Daicy’s favorite TV Show is Full House and her favorite novel is Milk and Honey.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Daicy said, “Sitting with my friends each year, attending the Apple Blossom Selection, motivated me in becoming a strong confident leader. I would be honored to represent my community by being a role model to all the girls watching.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Daicy as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.

Rosellyn Marie Lindert

Rosellyn is the 18 year-old daughter of Stanley and Marcella Lindert and has two older brothers; Jacob Lindert and Jason Stocker.

Rosellyn has been an honor roll student throughout her high school career and a member of the Me to We Club her junior and senior years. She also participated in cheerleading her sophomore through senior years, serving as Captain her senior year. In addition, Rosellyn taught an Elementary Afters Dance class her junior and senior years.

In her spare time, Rosellyn enjoys ballet and contemporary dance as well as pottery and more recently began writing poetry and short stories.

Rosellyn plans to attend a four-year college to major in English - with an emphasis on Creative Writing. She hopes to study the field of publishing and wants to become a writer and fiction editor.

Her favorite TV show is Psych and her favorite novel is The Catcher in the Rye.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Rosellyn said, “I love my community, and more than anything, would love to represent it with dignity and decorum in the coming year. Growing up in such a loving community means the world to me and I want to give back.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Rosellyn as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.

Karina Sarah Mendoza

Karina is the 17 year-old daughter of Francisco Mendoza and Rosalba Rodriguez and has two older sisters; 22 year-old Adriana Reagles and 25 year-old Virginia Goodwin.

Karina has been on the honor roll all throughout her high school career, and became a member of the National Honor Society her senior year. She participated in Knowledge Bowl her junior and senior years, a member of the Me to We Club her junior and senior years, served as President of the Astronomy Club her junior and senior years, and is a member of Future Business Leaders of America. Karina also served as an elementary reading Spanish tutor and an elementary assistant counselor.

In her spare time, Karina enjoys traveling, listening to music and spending time with friends and family. Some of her other hobbies include photography, playing the piano, hiking, poetry, and she recently started playing the ukulele.

After graduating, Karina plans to attend college to study in the medical field. She also plans to travel to experience a variety of cultures.

Karina’s favorite TV show is Smallville and her favorite novel is Demian by Hermann Hesse.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Karina said, “I have always loved watching past royalty as they danced on their floats in the parades, but it wasn’t until I realized the genuine love for our community that I realized I wanted to be an inspiration to little girls in my beautiful town like they were to me.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Karina as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.

Bianca Aylin Alexander

Bianca is the 17 year-old daughter of Thomas and Alicia Alexander and has one younger sister, 9 year-old Isabella.

Bianca has been in Knowledge Bowl her junior and senior years, a member of the Me to We Club her junior and senior years and became a member of the National Honor Society her senior year. She was also part of the President’s Education Awards Program her freshman year. Bianca participated in volleyball her freshman, sophomore and junior years, cheerleading her freshman and senior years and softball her junior and senior years.

In her spare time, Bianca enjoys theater, dance, caring for animals and spending time with friends and family. Some of Bianca’s other hobbies include baking, reading, writing and singing.

Bianca’s favorite TV Show is Once Upon A Time and her favorite novel is The Watersong Series by Amanda Hocking.

Bianca plans to attend Eastern Washington University, and hopes to become either a counselor, or an animal trainer or caretaker.

When asked about why she wanted to be part of the Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court, Bianca said, “I would like to be Manson Apple Blossom Royalty because when I was younger, I would look up to those ladies with such admiration. To know that they were representing our community inspired me. I wanted to grow up and be able to do the same for younger kids.”

The Manson Apple Blossom Committee is pleased to have Bianca as a candidate for the 2017 Manson Apple Blossom Royal Court.