On Monday, October 2, the Tournament of Roses® announced the seven members of the 2024 Royal Court.
By News Desk
The anticipated reveal was attended by nearly 200 people on the south lawn of Tournament House, including friends and family of the 28 finalists.
Members of the 2024 Royal Court will serve as ambassadors of the Tournament of Roses, the Pasadena community, and the greater Los Angeles area, and will each receive a $7,500 educational scholarship. The selected young ladies exemplify character, service and leadership modeled through their commitment to family, school and community.
Royal Court members experience countless benefits, including personal development programs designed to enhance their public speaking and presentation abilities, boost self-confidence and refine their etiquette skills. Royal Court members are provided with opportunities to actively participate in the community, make positive contributions and discover ways to connect with local leaders.
The 2024 Royal Court will ride down Colorado Blvd. on the Royal Court float in the 135th Rose Parade presented by Honda and attend the CFP Semifinal at the 110th Rose Bowl Game presented by Prudential, both on Monday, January 1, 2024.
2024 Royal Court
The seven members of the 2024 Royal Court (in alphabetical order).
- Olivia Bohanec, La Salle College Preparatory
- Trinity Dela Cruz, Marshall Fundamental School
- Phoebe Ho, South Pasadena High School
- Mia Moore-Walker, Flintridge Preparatory School
- Jessica Powell, Flintridge Preparatory School
- Naomi Stillitano, Arcadia High School
- Emmerson Tucker, Blair High School
The Announcement and Coronation of the 105th Rose Queen® and presentation of the 2024 Royal Court will be held on Friday, October 27, 2023, on the front lawn of Tournament House.
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