Cassidy Knorr is one of seven Miss Quesnel candidates.

Introducing 2012 Miss Quesnel candidates: Cassidy Knorr

Cassidy Knorr loves being involved in the community.

Cassidy Knorr is glad she took her cousin’s advice to enter the Miss Quesnel Self Improvement program.

“She did a similar program in her town and told me all the good things about the program,” Knorr said.

Knorr has been working on her public speaking, has learned a lot about Quesnel during her time in the program and loves being involved in the community.

“We go to a lot of events and go and talk to people and it’s really fun,” she said.

The most challenging part for Knorr has been trying to balance

her school activities and her Miss Quesnel events and commitments.

“The program started in January which was when the first round of exams started, but it’s gotten easier to balance everything.”

Knorr’s sponsor is Quesnel Firefighters Association.

 

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