Sea Princesses Visit Wiscasset and Knox Center for Long-Term Care
The 2012 Sea Princesses recently took a trip to Wiscasset to visit the Nickels-Sortwell House on July 19th. Built by Captain William Nickels, this house is considered one of the region's finest examples of high Federal-style architecture and signifies the point in Maine's history when shipbuilding and maritime trade brought wealth and sophisticated tastes to Wiscasset.
On July 22nd, the ladies visited the Knox Center for Long-Term Care in Rockland where they had lessons in etiquette. The lessons included making flower bouquets, having one-on-one interviews with the judges, and enjoying a nice lunch outdoors.
Click here to see photos of the Sea Princesses at these events, and to read more about the activities the ladies took part in.