Pittsburgh Steeler and Baltimore Raven All-Pro Defensive Back, Rod Woodson,
Named As Co-Sports Marshal At 2013 Wells Fargo Sports Breakfast
Woodson was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the youngest of three siblings. He played defensive back in high school and a variety of offensive skill positions, and was all-state his junior and senior seasons. He was also named a Parade and USA Today All-American. Woodson was named Indiana "Mr. Football" in 1982. Woodson accepted a full scholarship to play football at Purdue University, in part because of a desire to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
U. S. Senator (Retired) Harry Byrd, Jr., To Serve As
Honorary Grand Marshal Of 2013 Bloom!
A Winchester icon…..a Virginia icon…..if someone would ask what the phrase “a true southern gentleman” signifies, the answer would be: Harry Byrd. In intensity and longevity, there is no one who can match Senator Byrd’s inestimable record of participation in the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival®; and, it is highly unlikely that anyone ever will.
87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival:
April 25 - May 4, 2014
What is the Shenandoah
Apple Blossom Festival®
series of more than thirty events includes:
band competitions, dances, parades, carnival,
dinners, luncheons, a 10K Race, the Coronation of Queen Shenandoah, Firefighters' events,
and celebrities. The Festival is an event the whole family can enjoy.
The Festival is held in Winchester
- Frederick County Virginia, in the beautiful and historic Northern
Shenandoah Valley, just 75 miles west of Washington, D.C. A small city
with a rural atmosphere, Winchester is within easy driving time from
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA, Baltimore, MD and Richmond, VA. Crowds
in excess of 250,000 attend the Festival each year.
take a peek at the sights and sounds of the
Shenandoah apple blossom Festival®
To get a taste of the Shenandoah
Apple Blossom Festival®,
click the play button on the video below. But if you
want the full experience, "DISCOVER THE BLOOM!" from April 25 – May 4,