Cowichan Lake ambassadors

Lake ambassadors enjoy year long tenure

Lady of the Lake ambassadors have been busy helping out all around town, and representing Cowichan Lake with a few out of town events.

As 2014 has rolled in, the Lady of the Lake ambassadors have been busy helping out all around town, as well as representing Cowichan Lake with a few out of town events.

A few of the events being: dropping the puck during the Lake Cowichan Hockey Jamboree, welcoming attendants to the Chamber of Commerce AGM, taking part in opening ceremonies for the Lake Cowichan Skating Club’s ice show, and the Cowichan Rocks Curling Bonspiel.

Most recently, the team had the pleasure of attending the Ladysmith Ambassador Pageant. It was a blast supporting the 13 ambassador candidates, but sad to say goodbye to our good friends, the retiring ambassadors, Kira, Sydney, and Kristy.

With Lake Days fast approaching, it is almost time for the current team of Megan Berry (Lady of the Lake), Ashley Vomacka (1st Princess), and Emily Pastor (2nd Princess), to say goodbye to our ambassador duties and pass them on

The 2014/15 Lady of the Lake candidates have been working very hard on dance rehearsals, talents, and speeches every week, and are improving greatly with each practice.

Megan, Ashley, and Emily are very excited for them and wish them all good luck. As the candidates push through the nerves and excitement, they (current team) will be enjoying the last month of their reign. This year has been full of amazing memories for them, and they will definitely miss representing our area of Cowichan Lake.


—2013 Lady of Lake team



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