Junior Jacaranda Queen Party

2021 Junior Queen's Party

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Brooke Chapman

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen

Sponsored by:

Farrell McCrohon Stock and Station Agents

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I love the unique history of The Jacaranda Festival, the hype and excitement it brings. Wonderful Jacaranda stories shared and many memories made. My favourite Jacaranda memory is the sense of community that arrives each year alongside the beautiful, blossoming trees and the smiling waving Queens. I am ecstatic to be the Junior Jacaranda Queen!

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Aaliyah-Scarlett Roach

2021 Junior Jacaranda Princess

Sponsored by:

Ashley Albert Performing Arts

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From the first time I was in Prince Street watching the Jacaranda floats and the amount of people from the community that were involved, I just knew this is something I wanted to do. We are very lucky to have such a fantastic opportunity to be a part of something so great. My family and I are involved every year and this is why it is so special to me. In the past I have watched the Queens and Princesses be crowned and I knew this was something I wanted to be a part of. 

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Mae Carroll

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

CHS Training

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My favourite part of Jacaranda is watching the scores of visitors come to Grafton and hold their hands out to catch our purple snow. Seeing the delight on their faces as the jacaranda blossoms float down into their palms, I realise the vision Henry Volkers must have had when he planted our beautiful avenues. To be an ambassador for the festival and our town is a great privilege. As a Junior Jacaranda Queen candidate I consider myself a custodian of the festival and look forward to the opportunity to help safeguard its future.

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Laura Hoade

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

Red Hot Hair

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The Jacaranda Festival is one of my favourite times of the year! I love participating in the community events, such as Jacaranda Thursday and the Venetian Carnival.

I have loved the opportunity to meet new people and being an ambassador for the festival this year. I am also excited for The Jacaranda Ball!

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Emily-Rose Pulis

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

Peter Buckler Floor Sanding

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I became a Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate because I enjoy helping people, making new friends and I like welcoming new people from all over to our town Grafton. My favourite Jacaranda event is the Jacaranda Ball as I Love getting dressed up, especially in the formal gown that my Great Nan created especially for me.

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Chelsea Rose Gosper

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

Civic Motel

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I love Jacaranda time! Since I was a little girl growing up in Grafton, my family has always attended the Jacaranda festival. In 2019 I went to the Queen Crowning and it really warmed my heart knowing that I could be a part of this tradition and make all my dreams come true. I am looking forward to attending the Jacaranda Ball and excited to see all the beautiful dresses, I will feel like a princess!

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Madeleine Schroder

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

South Grafton News and Gifts

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Jacaranda is my favourite time of year! Everything about the festival makes me so happy, the beautiful blossoms, the community spirit and all of the amazing events that are held. When I was five I attended my first Children's party and decided as soon as I was old enough I wanted to be a Junior Jacaranda Queen candidate.

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Amity Stevenson

2021 Junior Jacaranda Queen Candidate

Sponsored by:

St. Andrews Christian School

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I really like Jacaranda because of all the different types of celebrations that happen around our town during the Festival. I am looking forward to fundraising throughout the year and joining in all of the Jacaranda week activities with the other Junior Queen candidates.

The crown is the symbol of the Jacaranda Festival, the highest honour the festival can bestow on a young woman of this city.