Quesnel FPA competitors head to Nanaimo

Eleven young performers from Quesnel head to the Provincial Festival of the Performing Arts May 27.

Ten local Quesnel Festival of the Performing Arts competitors will travel to Nanaimo for the provincial competition May 27 – 30. Front row left to right: Eric Kirby – dance; Danielle Carter – piano; Tessa Couldwell – speech; middle row

Eleven local Quesnel Festival of the Performing  Arts competitors will travel to Nanaimo for the provincial competition May 27 – 30. Front row left to right: Eric Kirby – dance; Danielle Carter – piano; Tessa Couldwell – speech; middle row, left to right: Sophia Traber – choral; Alex Verge – choral; Kasey Kuperschmid – dance; Brenna Paulsen – choral and speech; back row, left to right: Jessica Staats – dance; Kim Rutledge – dance. Missing from the photo are Vivian Traber – dance; and Emilialyn Carter – piano.

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