North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Ambassadors will be at Barriere No Host Bazaar

Hello! We would like to introduce ourselves, our names are Haille Johnson and Jonathan Fennell, and we are your North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Ambassadors for 2019/2020.

It has been a busy couple of months with getting ready for the pageant and the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo.

You may have seen us at the North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo, we were the ones wearing a banner!

Since our pageant, held on the Friday evening of the Fall Fair, we have also attended other community events. Both of us, while still candidates, attended many community events with the 2018/2019 Ambassador Taylor Johnson.

Most recently we volunteered at the Thunder Alley Toy Run and bike games benefiting the Barriere Food Bank, or possibly you saw us at the Volunteer BBQ in Fadear Park, or at the Outdoor Movie Night hosted by Interior Savings.

We are very excited for the upcoming year and it’s events. We look forward to seeing you at the No Host Bazaar on Nov. 16 in the Fall Fair Hall where we will be selling gifts in a jar, baking, and other fabulous things. Come out and support our community at this event.

We are looking forward to seeing you and answering any questions you may have for us.

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