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11/04/2013: Photo Releases - Cherry Blossom Princesses

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-060-2013
11 April 2013

CHERRY BLOSSOM PRINCESSES. The 2013 Cherry Blossom Princesses visited the Philippine Embassy today as part of their weeklong education and cultural exchange program, which provides an opportunity for young women from across the United States and around the world to come together and network.  The mission of the program is to have the Cherry Blossom Princesses participate in educational, leadership, and cultural activities as they serve their nation and respective state, territory or embassy, by introducing the princesses to many government, cultural, military, business leaders and female role models in Washington, D.C.  More than 3,000 have participated in the program since 1948, including daughters of presidents, congressmen and senators.  The Philippines is represented this year by Samantha Salazar Domigpe, a nursing student at George Mason University and 2010 Mutya Philippines-USA Migrant Heritage. (Philippine Embassy Photo by Christine Rubio)

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-061-2013
11 April 2013

CHERRY BLOSSOM PRINCESSES. The 2013 Cherry Blossom Princesses visited the Philippine Embassy today as part of their weeklong education and cultural exchange program, which provides an opportunity for young women from across the United States and around the world to come together and network.  The mission of the program is to have the Cherry Blossom Princesses participate in educational, leadership, and cultural activities as they serve their nation and respective state, territory or embassy, by introducing the princesses to many government, cultural, military, business leaders and female role models in Washington, D.C.  More than 3,000 have participated in the program since 1948, including daughters of presidents, congressmen and senators.  The Philippines is represented this year by Samantha Salazar Domigpe, a nursing student at George Mason University and 2010 Mutya Philippines-USA Migrant Heritage. (Philippine Embassy Photo by Christine Rubio)

PHOTO RELEASE
WDC-062-2013
11 April 2013

CHERRY BLOSSOM PRINCESSES. The 2013 Cherry Blossom Princesses visited the Philippine Embassy today as part of their weeklong education and cultural exchange program, which provides an opportunity for young women from across the United States and around the world to come together and network.  The mission of the program is to have the Cherry Blossom Princesses participate in educational, leadership, and cultural activities as they serve their nation and respective state, territory or embassy, by introducing the princesses to many government, cultural, military, business leaders and female role models in Washington, D.C.  More than 3,000 have participated in the program since 1948, including daughters of presidents, congressmen and senators.  The Philippines is represented this year by Samantha Salazar Domigpe, a nursing student at George Mason University and 2010 Mutya Philippines-USA Migrant Heritage. (Philippine Embassy Photo by Christine Rubio)