Parveen Pannu is one of seven Miss Quesnel candidates.

Introducing 2012 Miss Quesnel candidates: Parveen Pannu

Parveen Pannu believes cooperation is a key skill for Miss Quesnel.

Parveen Pannu has enjoyed learning about our community as part of the Miss Quesnel Self Improvement program.

“My favorite part has been getting to know people in the community,” Pannu explained.

“We go to different events and see similar faces, it helped me be more outgoing and more comfortable talking to people because I know them.”

Pannu’s talent is photography.

“I have landscapes, pictures of food and I have portraits,” she said.

Cooperation is one of the most important aspects Pannu believes is needed to be part of Quesnel royalty.

“I feel the three ambassadors have to work together and represent their city the best they can.”

Pannu’s sponsor is Outer Limits.

 

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