Q-Town torch bearers named

The Quesnel torch bearers have been named for the Jan. 29 relay. They are:

The Quesnel torch bearers have been named for the Jan. 29 relay. They are:

Julie Duckworth, Patty Apps, Mikey McDonald, Paul Kainth, Brian Dohler, David Law, Caitlynn Macdonald, Pal Dhadly, Lois Herrick, Jolene Agabob, Gilgamesh Eamer, Phil Horton, Gordon March, Marie Jensen, Rick Publicover, Laurie Bare, Melissa McCall, Pat Cheung, Kimberly Friesen, Melissa Arkinstall, Ginette Thomas, Blair Browning, John Giannisis, Hazel Burns, Gayle Sayese, Tracey Thornhill, Darcie Petuh, Colleen Rose, Karen Aubichon, Tanya Davoren, Cora David, Malonie Langthorne, Peggy Myhre, Carol Paynter, Colin Sanderson, Brandy Hoglund, Gary Ducommun, Collette Trudeau, Betty Fisher, Sherry Daniels, Dean Trumbley, Marcel Chalmers, Tim Carmack, Dirk Robson, Kirsten Reimer, Ed Mah, David Carmichael, Sheri Preissler, Amber Cooper, Renee McCloskey, Valerie Kidd .

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