Saturday, December 31, 2016

BEST of 2016: 2016 Maine Sea Goddess is Adrianna Elaine Ames of North Haven

Rockland, Maine - This is it the night that our 13 Sea Princesses have been working toward for the last six weeks.  All the meetings, the practices, the preparation and all those facts and history to learn, all leading op to the 2016 Sea Goddess Coronation.

For all who were not able to attend the coronation we present the 2016 Maine Sea Goddess Coronation in it's entirety.

Maine Sea Goddess 2016 is Adrianna Elaine Ames of North Haven.
Adrianna Elaine Ames of North Haven is a 2016 graduate of North Haven Community School. She is the daughter of Charles Williams and the late Marina Ames. The Sea Goddess Pageant is a bit of a tradition in Adrianna’s family. Her mother was a Sea Princess in the 1980s, and her grandmother, Elaine Ames-Brown, was crowned Sea Goddess in 1967. Now, it’s her turn. In high school, Adrianna served as the president of the Student Council, a member of the rowing team (coxswain), the french club and the basketball team. She was a school ambassador to Gifft School, St John USVI. She has also been a member of the Girl Scouts for thirteen years. Her hobbies include singing, song writing, playing guitar and keyboard, fishing, skiing, traveling, four-wheeling, baking, swimming, and going to the gym. She is employed by Calderwood Hall Restaurant, is a stern person on the F/V Locomotion and mows for JB Land Improvements. Her future plans are to attend Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee in August 2016 to study music and business. Adrianna’s sponsors are Penobscot Island Air of South Thomaston, J.O. Brown & Sons, Inc., J.B. Land Improvements, Inc. both of North Haven, F/V Storm Warning of Owls Head and Best Rate Towing of Rockland.

Crown Princess for 2016 is Winona Faye Harvey of Waldoboro
Winona Faye Harvey of Waldoboro is a 2016 homeschool graduate. She is the daughter of Yancey Harvey and Sarah LaPorte. Having grown up in Midcoast Maine, Winona developed a deep love of the community and sees it as an honor to represent Midcoast Maine as a Sea Princess at the Maine Lobster Festival. In high school, she played volleyball and recently served as the captain of South Liberty Baptist Academy’s team captain. Her future plans are to attend beauty school at the Capilo Institute in Augusta. She plans to earn her cosmetology license, then work her way towards owning her own salon one day.

Miss Congeniality 2016 is Peyton Elise Feener of Rockland.
Peyton Elise Feener of Rockland is a 2013 graduate of the Wayfinder School. She is the daughter of Shawn and Lisa Stanley-Pearse. In high school, her favorite activities were white water rafting and rock climbing. Today, her hobbies include playing the drums, acting and skating. Since graduating from high school, Peyton has been very busy. She is passionate about music and plays the drums in her band, “drive by todd.” She skated with the Rock Coast Rollers, Rockland’s roller derby league, and is still involved in the league. Peyton is also live on WRFR on Wednesday nights between 5 and 6 p.m., where you will hear her on the radio show “Out! On the air” to raise awareness for the local organization Out! As I Want To Be for LGBTQ youth. She has also acted in and directed several PSAs for local organizations about substance abuse, self-harm, self-image, and sexual education. She is employed by Good Tern Natural Foods Co-op & Cafe, where she juggles two roles as the chocolate/candy buyer and cashier. Her future plans are to become a well-known musician, actor and bartender. Peyton’s sponsors are F/V Day Star, Good Tern Co-op, Abundant Health Acupuncture, Sewall’s Orchard, Spirit of Sound Records, Patrisha McLean Children’s Photography, Swan Restorations, Jodi Cooper’s Be Wise Dining Kits, Patricia Stanley, and Robert G. Schneider.

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