Kendra Lynn Ellsworth is the eighteen year old daughter of Mike and Diana Ellsworth. She has two older sisters, Sierra and Hailey.
Kendra is currently ASB Vice-President and previously served as Secretary and Assistant Secretary. She has attended Chewelah Peak Leadership Camp and was an ASB delegate to WASC. She has served as Class President for two years.
Kendra participated in Knowledge Bowl for two years, FFA for 4 years and was an officer for 3 of those years. She raised the Grand Champion Market Hog in 2013 as well as receiving a Reserve Champion ribbon for Showmanship.
Kendra lettered in varsity volleyball 3 years receiving the "Top Offensive Player" award and was chosen as the "First Team All -League". She has lettered in varsity basketball all 4 years, receiving the "Captains Award" and "Most Inspirational" award. Kendra has lettered in varsity softball for 2 years and received the "Team Captain" and "MVP" awards and was chosen as the "First Team All-League" last year.
Kendra enjoys fishing with her Dad, spending time with her family, and playing with their huge chocolate lab, Oakley. She also enjoys Cross Fit, scrapbooking, and trying new Pinterest projects. She loves to sing, but doesn't call it one of her talents.
Kendra says "Manson Apple Blossom is a wonderful tradition that I have always known I wanted to be a part of. It is an honor to have the opportunity to be a part of the royalty that represents our community and shares with others the beauty of our small town."
The future plans for Kendra are to attend Central Washington University where she will major in Elementary Education.
Her favorite TV show is The Walking Dead, and favorite novels are the House of Nights Series.

Aylee Willow Neff is the eighteen year old daughter of Greg and Sue Neff. She has 3 older brothers: Aaron, Kyle, and Schuyler, and 2 older sisters:  Megan and Keisha. 
Aylee is a member of FFA, was a State Creed Speaker in 9th grade, wastreasurer in 10th grade, and was president 11th and 12th grade. She has beena member of National Honor Society for 3 yrs. 
Aylee was Class President in 10th grade. In her junior year she was both the“Washington Aerospace Scholar” and a“Joint Science Educational ProjectSemifinalist” as well as Chelan County Fair Ambassador. 
Aylee has been on the High Honor Roll grades 9-12. She has participated inconcert, marching and pep bands all throughout her high school career. 
Aylee played basketball grades 9 and 10, volleyball grades 9-12, and track andfield grades 9-12. She qualified for the State 2B track championship meet for thelast three years.
Aylee enjoys spending time with family, volunteering at the community library,reading, baking, sewing, and drawing. 
Aylee says "Becoming Manson Apple Blossom royalty stands for more than just acrown; it represents a desire to give back to the community I love and be a partof the community celebration that focuses on bringing people together. I firmlybelieve in those values at the festival." 
Aylee's future plans are to attend the University of Washington to major inBiochemical Engineering. 
Her favorite TV show is Bones and favorite book is Miss Rumphius. 

Kristen Adrienne Gibson is the seventeen year-old daughter of Brock and Tanya Gibson. She has 2 older brothers, Adam and Bret.
Kristen has been on the high honor roll and earned Academic letters throughout her high school years. 
She lettered in volleyball and softball, serving as captain of both teams, and received the Most Consistent Server her Junior year. She was voted “Most Inspirational Cheerleader” for the Basketball season her freshman year, and "Most Inspirational" in volleyball her senior year.
Kristen was a member of FFA as a Freshman, has been in Knowledge Bowl all 4 years, has been in the National Honor Society for 2 yrs, and FBLA for 2 yrs, where she currently serves as the Vice-President.
Kristen was ASB Secretary her senior year and Assistant Secretary during her junior year.
Kristen was chosen to attend the Washington State Legislative Conference in her junior year and the Washington Student Leaders Conference in her senior year. She also received Best of Show in the regional art show, for a sculpture she created with two partners.
Kristen has enjoyed skiing her whole life. She also enjoys volleyball, kayaking, hiking, Cross Fit, watching football, and spending time at her Grandma Hobbie's boat shop in the summer.
Kristen says. "There are not enough words to express the love I have for this community. I have deep roots here and I cannot imagine loving any town as much as I love Manson. To represent my community as Apple Blossom royalty and to be a role model for little girls, as past royalty were for me, is the greatest honor and a dream come true."
Future plans for Kristen include attending the University of Washington to earn a degree in Communications and Business Administration. Her dream is to become a sideline reporter for the National Football League.
Her favorite TV show is Hart of Dixie and the Harry Potter series are her favorite novels.