The Trail Ambassador Speech Competition was held April 25 at the Trail Alliance Church. L-R: Miss Colombo Lodge, Marley Lemieux; Miss Shoppers Drug Mart, Melissa Pitman; Miss Kiwanis, Deanie Ballard; Miss Trail Firefighters Local 941, Ashley Lavallee; Miss Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11, Hailey Armstrong; Miss Knights of Pythias, Elisabeth Gagnon. The candidates will present their speeches at the Miss Trail Pageant on Friday, May 12 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available at the Bailey box office or online at trail-arts.com. (Submitted photo)

Who will be crowned Miss Trail 2017?

Trail ambassador candidates ready for the big night, May 12 7 pm at The Bailey.

  • May. 5, 2017 1:30 a.m.

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Trail ambassador candidates ready for the big night, May 12 7 pm at The Bailey.

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