New Westminster Ambassadors serve up tea with Hyack

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The 2019 New Westminster Hyack Ambassador leadership candidates recently enjoyed tea time with some of the city’s movers and shakers.

The Hyack Festival Association held its annual Presidents Tea at Dunwood Place senior centre, an event attended by more than 100 guests including Mayor Jonathan Cote, Citizen of the Year Stephen O’Shea, councillors Chinu Das and Jaimie McEvoy, May Queen Betty Sutton and the May Queen Suite, as well as other community members, sponsors and family members. The leadership candidates presented their annual community speeches to the crowd.

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This 2019 Hyack Ambassador leadership candidates are: Aleksandra Novosiltseff; Natasha Sing; Charissa Vanags; Talia Monno; Alexandra Volodarets; Kate Haberl; and Meghan Conner. During the coming year, they will represent New Westminster and accompany the Hyack Festival Association and the city’s float at events around the Pacific Northwest.

The young women will be installed as the 2019 New Westminster Hyack Ambassador Leadership Team at the Evening of Stars awards gala on April 13 at the Laura C. Muir Theatre at Douglas College. The title scholarships of Miss New Westminster 2019 and Hyack Princess 2018, along with various ambassador awards, will be announced at the gala.

 Tickets for the Evening of Stars are available on Eventbrite.ca.

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