Youth Ambassadors chosen for 2014

On Friday, June 27 coronation night was held at the Riverside Centre Theatre.

Team 2014: (l) Kassidy McCutcheon, is Princeton’s Vice Ambassador. (r) Princeton’s Youth Ambassador is Alex Burke, who also received the Friendship Ambassador title for 2014.

Princeton Ambassadors of 2013; Destiny Earle and Carmen Brodie and Friendship Ambassador Morgan Whelpton retired their crowns on Friday, June 27.

Megan Pateman, 2012 Princeton Ambassador and current candidate for B.C. Ambassador emceed coronation night at the Riverside Centre Theatre.

The candidates for 2014 were introduced and each given an impromptu question to answer as their final judged event in their candidacy.

Visiting royalty were introduced and Mayor Frank Armitage of Princeton and Mayor Patrick Plumb of Tonasket, Washington both extended their appreciation to the 2013 Ambassadors and their welcome to the upcoming ambassadors of 2014.

After the candidates presented to and received gifts from their sponsors, the 2013 ambassadors gave their farewell speeches.

Toastmaster and Ambassador awards were presented and the winners announced.

The Princeton Youth Ambassador for 2014 is Alex Burke, whom also received the title of Friendship Ambassador.

Princeton’s Vice-Ambassador for 2014 is Kassidy McCutcheon.

 

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