Your 2021 Planters Days Royal Court
From left to right:
Princess Caitlyn Elkinton, Princess Gracie Shoemaker,
Princess Caitlin Daniels
A HUGE thank you to Lost Locals Media
for the court pictures!
Princess Caitlyn is the daughter of Charles and Mandie Elkinton. She is involved in the WHS drama club, National Honor Society and was chosen to be the 2021/2022 ASB treasurer. She enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and playing with her dogs. Her talents including drawing, which she uses to express herself and her emotions, and she loves to tell stories through short stories or comics. She has assisted the community with Make a Difference Day, Christmas Round-Up, delivering flowers to elderly widows on Valentine’s day, and helping those in need during the recent Clark County fires. She expressed in her Princess application that the Woodland community is “a place of security and warmth. Everyone in our community is tight-knit and will never hesitate to help each other.”
Princess Gracie is the daughter of Scott Shoemaker and Stace Bourke. Her interests include riding horses, spending time with friends, landscape photography, editing, and writing short stories. Her talents include showing dogs in 4-H including events like showmanship, obedience, and her favorite- agility. She has assisted the community with projects like the Christmas Round-Up, Make a Difference Day and worked at the Dairy Wives booth at the Clark County Fair. In her Princess application, Gracie stated that the Woodland community is home. She is “a 6th generation Woodlander living on a 200-acre family farm in Clark County.” Her mother had the honor of being one of the first set of sisters to be crowned Miss Woodland and she hopes to be the first Mother/daughter duo to hold the title.
Princess Caitlin Daniels is the daughter of Matt and Jill Daniels. She is a full-time running start student, member of the WHS soccer team, jazz choir, and FBLA Vice President. Her hobbies include hiking, reading, and painting and she lists her talent as being able to play 3 instruments and sing. Caitlin has helped her community by making blankets for the children’s hospital and supporting the March of Dimes by participating in virtual walks to raise money for prematurity awareness. She has also been able to bring awareness to WHS students about social media and mental health. In her princess application, Caitlin stated that when she thinks of the community she thinks of family. “the citizens and businesses are always ready to help support or look out for each other.”