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Who Will Win the Crown?

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One of these amazing married women will become Mrs. Maine America 2017 this weekend!  Tickets are available at the door the afternoon of the show, which begins at 3 pm. Double Tree Hotel, South Portland



Rehearsal

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Rehearsal was held with one week to go until the pageant and this was the first time the contestants were all together.  Learn more about our contestants on our website www.mrsmaine.net/page8







Local Titleholders in the Community

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Mrs. Waldo County 2017 Sadie Tyler attended the Brain Injury Resource Fair, held in Augusta.  She met with the Executive Director of Camp Capella, a camp for individuals with disabilities, including Brain Injuries.  Sadie herself is a Brain Injury Survivor, as well as her Mom. www.campcapella.org


Mrs. Hampden 2017 Crystal Favati was the Maine State Flag Bearer at the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society International Convention held in Tennessee.

Mrs. Limington 2017 Nichole Champ and her husband participated in the Portland HeartStrong 10k, an American Heart Association benefit.

Mrs. Steep Falls 2017 Kerrie-Lee Lampron and Mrs. Gorham 2017 Cynthia Peters were "Princesses" today at an event held by Gorham Cares, to benefit the Piawlock/ Cox families, who lost family members due to a fatal car accident.



Mrs. Mount Desert Island 2017 Crystal DaGraca and her family participated in the Downeast Horizons Autism Walk in Bar Harbor.

 Mrs. Farmington 2017 Briana Noles met with 4H s…

Local Titleholders Promoting Important Causes

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Mrs. Hampden 2017 Crystal Favati had a personal achievement...she ran her first 5k!  This comes just 2 years after having surgery as part of her breast cancer journey!  The 5k was to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.  This is a personal cause for Crystal as she lost her Uncle to suicide.
www.afsp.org
Mrs. Waldo County 2017 Sadie Tyler made an appearance at the Brain Injury Resource Fair in Augusta.  Sadie herself recovered from a brain injury and is promoting brain injury awareness as a Mrs. Maine America contestant.
www.biausa.org