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Lutheran Coronation

The San Antonio Lutheran Coronation began in 1957 as a ball to honor “outstanding young ladies,” and was held in the basement of St. John's Lutheran Church. The coronation is open to girls ages 15 to 21, of any denomination, and they come from all across Texas to participate. They are selected by the members of the Association according to their faithfulness and work in their church, school and community. The 57th Lutheran Coronation honoring our National Parks. Come with us on a journey as each young lady will represent one of our National Parks or National Historic Places. The members of the Lutheran Coronation Association are individuals from all walks of life, and lovingly give their time and talents to make the Coronation possible. They represent various religious denominations and do not necessarily have family members involved in the Coronation.

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