A passing of the torch from the Miss Quesnel Self Development Program to the Quesnel Ambassador Leadership Program took place at the July 30 Quesnel City Council meeting. From left to right are Neha Clair from the Quesnel Ambassador Leadership Program; past princesses Gracie Combs, Savannah Audet and Sierra Moore; current Quesnel Ambassadors Hailey Murray, Sydney Williams and Nalyssa Runge; and Quesnel Mayor Bob Simpson. Ronan O’Doherty photo

Passing of the torch for Quesnel Ambassadors

Quesnel council recognized the new Quesnel Ambassadors and outgoing princesses

A passing of the torch from the Miss Quesnel Self Development Program to the Quesnel Ambassador Leadership Program took place at the July 30 Quesnel City Council meeting. From left to right are Neha Clair from the Quesnel Ambassador Leadership Program; past princesses Gracie Combs, Savannah Audet and Sierra Moore; current Quesnel Ambassadors Hailey Murray, Sydney Williams and Nalyssa Runge; and Quesnel Mayor Bob Simpson.

Ronan O’Doherty photo

RONAN O’DOHERTY

Observer Reporter

Quesnel council recognized the new Quesnel Ambassadors and outgoing princesses

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