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Rowan Rose Show winners

The main winners of the Rowan Rose Show 2011 have been announced. They are listed below, first by award, then by the personís name and the name of the rose.
Queen of the Show: Doug Whitt, Veteransí Honor;
King of the Show: Doug Whitt, Moonstone;
Princess of the Show: Doug Whitt, Gemini;
Large Rose Sweepstakes: (most blue ribbons for larger roses), Jack and Nancy Wright;
Miniature Rose Queen: Amos and Marie Fritts, Joy;
Miniature Rose King: Jack and Nancy Wright, Best of í04;
Miniature Rose Princess: Amos and Marie Fritts, Ty;
Mini-Flora Rose Queen: Gary Whitt, Cooper;
Mini-Flora Rose King: Jack and Nancy Wright, Abbyís Angel;
Mini-Flora Rose Princess: Gary Whitt, Dr. John Dickman;
Miniature Rose Sweepstakes: (most blue ribbons for mini-roses), Amos and Marie Fritts.
Arrangements top awards ó this yearís theme was Disney animated films.
Royalty Award: (top award for arrangements) Sara Hill for ěSnow White and the Seven Dwarfsî;
Line Mass Arrangements
Artist Award: Leslie Lee for ěAladdin,î hanging arrangement;
Oriental Award: Sara Hill for ěMulan,î oriental arrangement (Moribana);
Court of Etiquette: (table setting with a rose arrangement), Sara Hill for ěBeauty and the Beastî;
Mini-Royalty Award: (top awards for miniature rose arrangement). Frances Agner for ěCinderella.î
Mass Arrangement
Mini-Artist Award: Leslie Lee for ěAlice in Wonderland,î transparent arrangement.
This is the first year for a Youth Arrangement Division: John Seamon, Noah Lee and Susan Lee all received a certificate of appreciation.

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