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Regatta court includes two from Warrenton High School.

Serena Moha
Thursday, March 14, 2019

Two Warrenton High School students are among the four young women named to the 2019 Astoria Regatta court.

They are Serena Moha from Warrenton High School, Mara Dowaliby from Warrenton High School, Kayla Helligso of Astoria High School and Caitlin Hillman from Seaside High School.

One of them will be crowed queen on the first day of Regatta, which will be held Aug. 7-10 at locations throughout Astoria and Warrenton.

Serena serves on the Student Council and participates in the National Honor Society, CommuniCare Club, drama, and band. Other activities include track, cross country, and dance. After graduation, Serena plans to attend a four-year college majoring in civil engineering. 

Mara is a junior at Warrenton High School, the youngest of four girls, and a lifetime resident of Hammond. She enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, writing, and golfing. At school, she is a member of CommuniCare, National Honor Society, and is vice president of the Student Council. She is a longtime member of the Viking Nordic Dance Group, as well as Vasa Lodge 215. Mara has a passion for service and leadership and hopes to become a pediatrician.

Kayla is from Astoria High School, where she is involved in the Business Leaders of Tomorrow and CommuniCare clubs. Kayla enjoys spending time with her family and playing softball. She is the starting catcher on the AHS softball team. Kayla’s favorite Regatta memories are traveling all over the Pacific Northwest to watch her sisters in parades.

Caitlin attends Seaside High School, where she is a cheerleader and a member of the golf team. She is activities coordinator for the SHS Associated Student Body. After high school, Caitlin plans to attend a four-year university and major in elementary education.

Mara Dowaliby

Kayla Helligso

Caitlin Hillman


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