Princess Camp campers are modern day princesses who learn the importance of kindness as they learn etiquette and local history, participate in crafts and other traditional summer camp activities.

Girls ages 5 to 7 who attended this year’s annual camp at the historic McDaniel-Tichenor House on McDaniel Street near downtown Monroe graduated on Thursday. Each girl was officially crowned as a princess and took a spin in a horse drawn carriage shaped like Cinderella’s magically transformed pumpkin.

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