First published in the Nov. 18 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.
A contingent of 15 finalists for the 2022 Miss La Cañada Flintridge crown will be appearing at Festival in Lights on Friday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. in Memorial Park. At this event, the five finalists for the 2022 Royal Court will be announced.
The candidates for Miss LCF title include Katie Andersen, Kaitlyn Beltz, Amelie Besch, Lena Bolotin, Praveen Brar, Riley Breckheimer, Erin Carney, Bianca Cugno, Grace Frame, Siran Khachatourian, Alyson Nishimura, Anna Pacino, Zeyaan Qazi, Caitlin Roehmholdt and Uma Wittengerg.
Coronation of the queen will take place during the Chamber’s 110th Installation and Awards Gala on Thursday, Jan. 27, at the LCF Country Club. For more information, visit the Chamber’s website, lacanadaflintridge.com or call (818) 790-4289.
Hazel Valentine (center), who was crowned Miss La Cañada Flintridge at the LCF Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards Gala last Thursday, is flanked by court princesses (from left) Rucha Kadam, Megan Andrews, Julia Powers and Courtney Johnson.
The whole princess thing takes some getting used to, but by now Julianne Lauenstein is comfortable with it. Her La Cañada High School classmate Georgia Cervenka is getting close.
Both young women were named to the 2018 Tournament of Roses Royal Court in October and have since attended dozens of functions, serving enthusiastically with five others on the court as ambassadors for the organization and for the Pasadena area.
Lauenstein, who’s eyeing a career in medicine, had some practice. She’s also spent 2017 as a member of the Miss La Cañada Flintridge court, attending dozens of local functions and serving as an ambassador for her hometown and its Chamber of Commerce. Continue reading “LCHS Princesses ‘Make a Difference’ on Royal Court”