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February 1, 2013

Fort Irwin Princesses crowned by Prince Charming

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Kathleen Hutchinson
Marketing FMWR, NTC and Fort Irwin

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The highly anticipated, annual Princess Party hosted by Family and Moral, Welfare and Recreation’s Arts & Crafts center on Jan. 19 was a sold-out event with 34 princesses crowned by Prince Charming.

The party commenced with a princess parade led by Cinderella, then each princess was announced as they climbed up the golden stairs to the castle balcony.
After a royal wave to their countrymen and women, the Princesses visited the Bibbidi-Bobbidi Boutique for a royal Princess make over.

After the “Magic Mirror” affirmed the princesses were the fairest in all of Fort Irwin, they were each crowned by Prince Charming.

Royal guests included Miss Barstow, Charli Burnett, and Miss Teen Barstow, Nicole Gutierrez. Additional princesses included Tabitha Beane, a Child Youth and School Services HIRED! student as a fairy princess, and Georgia Kious, who volunteered as Princess Jasmine.

All princesses were certified in “Royal Curtsy and Twirling” etiquette.

Watch www.fortirwinfmwr.com for more information on the Pirate Party scheduled for April 20. Questions? Call Arts & Crafts at 380-3431.




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