Jessica Voight is one of seven Miss Quesnel candidates.

Introducing the 2012 Miss Quesnel candidates : Jessica Voight

Jessica Voight packs her schedule with community events.

Jessica Voight decided to add the Miss Quesnel Self Development program to her already busy schedule to help the community.

“I’m already an active member of the community and I thought the program was a great way to do more,” she said.

Voight added the program’s range of events to her busy volleyball schedule and admitted it has been challenging.

“It’s been hard balancing all the events and my volleyball schedule, but it’s getting easier,” she explained.

Voight enjoyed the Quesnel Business Awards as it gave her a chance to meet with people she normally wouldn’t interact with.

Voight believes the most important job as Miss Quesnel is setting a good example and her sponsor is Cutting Edge.

 

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