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2005 4th of July Court
Photography by Marie Bouvier. Click to enlarge.

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The Ridgefield 4th of July scholarship program rewards young women from RHS who are outstanding community volunteers. This years community project is called 'Princess For a Day'. The court will be hosting foster children from Clark County for an afternoon of fun activities. In addition they will be in charge of the home made strawberry shortcake booth at the Ridgefield 4th of July Celebration on the 4th at Abrams Park from 12-4. They will also be in Ridgefield 4th of July Celebration parade at 11:00 am in down town Ridgefield - bring your lawn chairs.

PRINCESS COURT ACTIVITIES

Click to enlargeThe 2005 Ridgefield Fourth of July Princess Court is actively involved in the community. In addition to making numerous appearances to promote the Ridgefield Fourth of July Parade and Celebration, they will also be participating in civic activities.

Princess for a Day is a service project designed and developed by the Princess Court. Each Princess spends the day with a foster child, giving that child the opportunity to feel like a princess with special activities and attention. By sharing their own experiences with the foster children, they hope to inspire them to achieve and learn.

The Strawberry Shortcake Booth in the post-parade activities is entirely planned and sponsored by the Princess Court. They work hard to obtain sponsors, plan purchases, and even earn a food-preparation license to prepare the cakes! It is a business activity that provides the Princesses with a learning opportunity.

Princess Nikki Renner
Click to enlargePrincess Nikki Renner, daughter of Kia and Dave Renner, is a sophomore at Ridgefield High School. Nikki plays soccer and runs track for Ridgefield High School. A member of the National Honor Society and the Leo Club, she enjoys volunteer work and mission work with her church.

Princess Cori Jo Young
Click to enlargePrincess Cori Jo Young, daughter of Barry and Lori Young, is a freshman at Ridgefield High School, where she has been elected sophomore class activities director. Cori Jo also plays soccer and basketball for Ridgefield High School. She would like to become a teacher.

Princess Kimber Hipple
Click to enlargePrincess Kimber Hipple, daughter of Bob and Helen Hipple, is a junior at Ridgefield High School. Kimber plays volleyball for Ridgefield High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the Leo Club and the Chamber Choir. She is also the secretary of ASB. She looks forward to studying applied medical science and hopes to become a nurse.

Princess Samantha Peraza
Click to enlargePrincess Samantha Peraza, daughter of Alex and Sheila Peraza, is a sophomore at Ridgefield High School. Samantha plays tennis and soccer for Ridgefield High School. She is also the sophomore class secretary and is a member of the Leo Club and in 4-H, where she competes in the Clark County Fair. She enjoys camping and mission work.

Princess Amanda Melroy
Click to enlargePrincess Amanda Melroy, daughter of Tim and Tracy Robbins and granddaughter of Barbara and Joe Melroy, is a sophomore at Ridgefield High School. She plays soccer and is a member of the School Leadership Class and Mock Trial Team. Amanda is very active in her community and regularly attends City Council, School Board and Port of Ridgefield meetings.



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