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2005 Rose Queen Announced

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Ashley Moreno, 17, a La Cañada High School student, was named Rose Queen for the 2005 Tournament of Roses. Moreno reacts to the announcement with Princesses Allison Pedro, left, and Megan Sheehan. (Anacleto Rapping / LAT)
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Ashley Moreno, 17, center right, is congratulated after being named Rose Queen for the 2005 Tournament of Roses, which has the theme “Celebrate Family.” (Ric Francis / AP)
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Ashley Moreno, 17, is swarmed by her Royal Court after the announcement in Pasadena that she had been named Rose Queen. (Anacleto Rapping / LAT)
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Ashley Moreno, the newly named queen of the 2005 Tournament of Roses, shares the moment with her parents, Shelley and Dale Irvine. (Anacleto Rapping / LAT)
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Claire Irvine, 12, reacts to a kiss from her sister, Rose Queen Ashley Moreno, as their parents Shelley, right, and Dale Irvine watch. (Ric Francic / AP)
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The seven members of the 2005 Tournament of Roses Royal Court were announced today at Tournament House from a group of 34 finalists. From left, Alaire Hanashian, 17, Temple City High School; Queen Ashley Moreno, 17, La Cañada High School; Kara Murphy, 17, La Cañada High School; Lisa Pallay, 17, Blair Magnet High School; Allison Pedro, 17, Flintridge Preparatory; Jennifer Propper, 16, Mayfield Senior School; and Megan Sheehan, 17, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. (Tim Long)
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Ashley Moreno, 17, poses for photographs after being declared Rose Queen for the 2005 Tournament of Roses in Pasadena. (Ric Francis / AP)
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