- Kimberly Dale, 18, or North Canton. Daughter of Vern and Sally Dale. Attending GlenOak High School.
- Lisa Dale, 20, of North Canton. Daughter of Vern and Sally Dale. Graduate of GlenOak High School and attending University of Akron.
- Aundrea Green, 18, of Cuyahoga Falls. Daughter of Roxanne Green. Graduate of Tallmadge High School and currently attending University of Akron.
- Abigail Lyall, 18, of Canton. Daughter of James and Patricia Lyall. Attending Jackson High School.
- Victoria Nash, 18, of Massillon. Daughter of Valerie and Dave Nash. Graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School and plans to attend High Point University.
- Cassie Rossetti, 18, of Canton. Daughter of Kristen Rossetti. Attending Canton Central Catholic High School, and will attend University of Akron.
- Molly Selinsky, 18, of Massillon. Daughter of Brian and Jackie Selinsky. Attending Jackson High School.
Mariah Curtis Reigns as 2014 Enshrinement Festival Queen; Seven Court Members Announced
[caption id="attachment_6961" align="alignright" width="200"] (L to R) Cassie Rossetti, Kimberly Dale, Molly Selinsky, Abigail Lyall, Mariah Curtis (Queen), Aundrea Green, Victoria Nash, Lisa Dale.[/caption] Mariah Curtis, 22, of Canton, Ohio, was crowned the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival Queen from a field of 48 contestants. The 2014 Enshrinement Festival Queen Pageant was held Thursday, May 8, at The Canton Palace Theatre in downtown Canton. Contestants were judged on the basis of personality, poise, beauty, communication skills, academic achievement and service to community. Mariah is the daughter of Dadisi and Claudia Curtis, graduated from McKinley High School and is attending the University of Dayton. Seven Court members also were selected, to coincide with the number in the Class of 2014 Enshrinees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The 2014 Court members include: