Lilac Festival Gets New Queen - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Lilac Festival Gets New Queen

SPOKANE, Wash. - The Lilac Festival has a new Queen for 2012.

Sunday evening, the Royal Court came together to choose the person who would preside over this year's festivities.  Fourteen girls made it to this point.  They were selected from thirty schools throughout Spokane County. The lucky winner was Sydnee Scofield of Central Valley High School.

Our very own Leslie Lowe emceed the event Sunday night at the Masonic Center in downtown Spokane.

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