2016 Flower Festival Queen

Zoë Burritt

Zoë is a 2016 graduate of Cabrillo High School where her school activities were being a link crew leader for incoming freshman and participating as part of the Cabrillo Madrigals. In her spare time she volunteers as a director and teacher for La Purisima Church Vacation Bible School, coach volleyball for young girls and singing at local events. Zoë loves to sing and play around with her own music on guitar, piano or A Capella. Her career goal is to become either a teacher of music, work within the music business, become a professional entertainer or something related to the medical field.

Zoë’s favorite quote:

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who matter don’t mind and those who mind don’t matter.” - Dr. Suess

The Crown...

that is used for the crowning of the New Queen is a huge part of the Flower Festival Queen’s history. It is taken out of the safe once a year to crown the new queen. It is made from silver donated by the community back in the 60’s. Silver spoons, candle sticks holders and various silverware and silver jewelry were melted down to make the crown. Poppies were placed in the four corners of the crown to represent the wild flowers and sweat peas around the band of the crown to represent the commercial flowers that are grown in the in the Lompoc Valley.

thank you to Maria Vega photography for the beautiful photos!

Flower Festival Royal Court

1st Runner up - Aleaha Wheeler

2nd Runner up - Jordan Weigel

Miss Congeniality - Zoë Burritt

Princess - Azhane Griggs

Lompoc Valley Festival Association

414 W. Ocean Ave. Lompoc, CA 93436

Phone: 805-735-8511 Fax: 805-735-9228 Email: office@lompocvalleyfestivals.com