Nine vie for Fes­ti­val Queen ti­tle this year

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Ev­ery com­pet­i­tive float has a princess and this year, nine will by vy­ing for the ti­tle of 2011 Alexan­dra Blos­som Fes­ti­val Queen. The com­pe­ti­tion to see who will be crowned starts be­fore the fes­ti­val be­gins, with the princesses be­ing in­ter­viewed by judges Joy Wat­son, Amy Scott and Bruce John­ston last week. They also took part in a live ra­dio in­ter­view. Af­ter the pro­ces­sion on Satur­day, the princesses will be on the floats on dis­play at Satur­day in the Park, with the new Fes­ti­val Queen and her run­ners-up be­ing an­nounced on the main stage at the park at 3.30pm. 2010 Fes­ti­val Queen Rosie Whit­ing will hand over her crown to the 2011 Queen. This year’s princesses, their floats and themes are as fol­lows: Jess Lin­wood, Alexan­dra Plun­ket So­ci­ety, ‘‘Noddy’’; Paige Luff, Alexan­dra Girl Guides, ‘‘Guid­ing World­wide – our Chalet’’; Pip Mc­N­abb, Cen­tral Lakes Trust/Alexan­dra Com­mu­nity Youth Trust, ‘‘Otago Helicopter Search and Res­cue’’; Kate Mul­vi­hill, St Ger­ard’s School, ‘‘Noah’s Ark’’; Hester Philip, Alexan­dra Ro­tary Club, ‘‘Tan­gled’’; Sarah Rill­stone, Alexan­dra and Alexan­dra Dun­stan Lions Clubs, ‘‘Cen­tral’s Best’’; Leigh Robert­son, Sta­dium Tav­ern. ‘‘Buzzy Bee’’; Shaun Robin­son, Alexan­dra New World, ‘‘Trans­form­ers’’; Vikki San­son, Cen­tral Otago Waste­Busters, ‘‘Sey­mour’’.

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