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Miss Earth crowned at Sheraton

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 by Joan Aguon Charfauros

Guam - Wednesday night at the Sheraton Laguna Resort in Tumon, not one but two queens were crowned. 15 beautiful contestants took to the stage, competing for the  Miss  Earth Guam 2014 and 2015 title.

On Guam for the pageant were international winner Miss Fire 2013 Catharina Choi from Korea, and national winner  Miss Earth Philippines 2014 Jamie Herrell.

Taking Best in Native - Skye Celine Baker, Best in Swimsuit - Skye Celine Baker, Best in Evening Gown - Tamarie Cabrera Fegurgur, Miss Photogenic - Skye Celine Baker, Miss Friendship - Kaylani L. Cruz , and the People's Choice Award - Nicole Marie Pierce.

3rd runner-up was Miss Fire Guam 2014 Nicole Marie Pierce; 2nd Runner-Up was Miss Water Guam 2014 Tamarie Cabrera; Fegurgur 1st Runner-Up was Miss Air Guam 2014 Maurine Malig Santos and announced as 2014 Miss Earth Guam was Erin Marie Camacho Wong.

And nabbing the crown for 2015 Miss Earth Guam was Skye Celine Baker.

The Miss Earth Guam Organization was created out of the focus and determination to empower local youth and adults to take on environmental issues and projects. The 2014 winner will represent Guam in November in the international competition in the Philippines. She will compete with over 80 countries in hopes of winning the title of  Miss Earth 2014.
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