During the 66th Ladies’ Horticultural Luncheon, guest speaker and television meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts shares stories about growing up around the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
About 400 women attended the Horticultural Luncheon, one of the more traditional events of the festival, held on Friday in the Best Western Lee-Jackson.
Tracy Horner, 38, of Inwood, W.Va. and her daughter Cate, 2, were first-time attendees at the luncheon. Cate got a new dress for the occasion.
The audience closes out the 66th Ladies’ Horticultural Luncheon with the traditional singing of “(I’ll Be with You) In Apple Blossom Time.”
Guest speaker and broadcast meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts added a great deal of...