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2005 Rose Queen Announced

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)
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)
Ashley Moreno, 17, is swarmed by her Royal Court after the announcement in Pasadena that she had been named Rose Queen. (Anacleto Rapping / LAT)
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)
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)
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)
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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