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Rebecca Greenberg is new Fathoms Queen

Selections made for 2022 Royalty Court on Saturday night

PORT ORCHARD — Olympic College freshman Rebecca Greenberg was crowned queen at the conclusion of the Fathoms O’ Fun Festival’s Ride the Wave Royalty Court pageant Feb. 26 at Harper Church.

Crowned senior princesses were Veronica Mihai and Angela Young. Two junior princesses also were selected: Lizzie Widdifield and Elizabeth White. The Royalty Court’s new duchess is Miah Strombach.

Fathoms’ Royalty Court members are the public face of the summer festival. Court members appear at civic events, store openings and Fathoms-sponsored events throughout the year.

Mihai also was the recipient of eight awards presented for her work during the year leading up to the pageant.

Here are the awards:

Community Service Award for the Junior Royalty Court with the most appearance hours

Sponsored by Tim & Donna Mathis

2020-2021 Jr. Princess Rose Nitz

Community Service Award for the Senior Royalty Court with the most appearance hours

Sponsored by Trina Knoche from Farmers Insurance 2020-2021

Senior Princess Veronica Mihai

Soroptimist International of Port Orchard Community Service Award. (With this award, the senior contestants were challenged with the task of writing an essay on “Community Service and What it Means to me.”)

Total donation of $500.

Angela Young

Debbie Macomber Award/Best Written Essay

Sponsored by Debbie Macomber (Each winner will receive an award in the amount of $250)

Junior Contestants Award

Elizabeth White

Senior Contestants Award

Veronica Mihai

The Top Recruiter Award $150 (This award goes to the contestant or royalty member who recruits the most contestants)

Sponsored by A To Z Feasibility and NW Homes Build and Design

Veronica Mihai

Top Sponsor Sales Award of $150

Sponsored by Waterman Mitigation Partners and Larry Lewis

Veronica Mihai

Impromptu Question Award of $100

Sponsored by Chris Stansbery

Rebecca Greenberg

Oral Essay Award of $100

Sponsored by Maria Hoyt

Veronica Mihai

Formal Wear/Modeling Award of $50

Sponsored by Irene’s Photo and Design

Veronica Mihai

Talent Award of $50

Sponsored by South Kitsap Fire and Rescue Volunteer Association (SKFRVA)

Rebecca Greenburg

The Spirit Award is voted on by the current royalty to the contestant who they felt was the most helpful and who represented Fathoms O’ Fun the best.

Spirit Award of $50

Sponsored by Harbor Valley Counseling

Veronica Mihai

Board of Directors Award of $75

Sponsored by Dana Soyat

The award goes to the contestant with the highest scored board interview and who has attended the most practices and appearances and has gotten their paperwork in on time.

Lizzie Widdifield

Congeniality Award of $150

Is being sponsored by Larry and Shirley Stokes

Veronica Mihai

Here’s the 2022 Fathoms O’ Fun Festival Royalty Court: (Top left) Senior Princess Veronica Mihai, Junior Princess Lizzie Widdifield and Duchess Miah Strombach. (Bottom left) Senior Princess Angela Young, Queen Rebecca Greenberg and Junior Princess Elizabeth Little. (Courtesy photo)

Here’s the 2022 Fathoms O’ Fun Festival Royalty Court: (Top left) Senior Princess Veronica Mihai, Junior Princess Lizzie Widdifield and Duchess Miah Strombach. (Bottom left) Senior Princess Angela Young, Queen Rebecca Greenberg and Junior Princess Elizabeth Little. (Courtesy photo)

A stunned Rebecca Greenberg (sitting on throne) is crowned Fathoms O’ Fun Festival’s Queen and her fellow contestants quickly gather around to congratulate her. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

A stunned Rebecca Greenberg (sitting on throne) is crowned Fathoms O’ Fun Festival’s Queen and her fellow contestants quickly gather around to congratulate her. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

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