Good luck from retiring princess

It was a tough year, but it was worthwhile when I was crowned Princess

Editor, The Times:

Greetings everyone;

My name is Tianna Weninger, former Miss On Call Towing and Construction, and now leaving with the title Miss North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Princess 2011/2012.

Last year, I was a candidate for the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association Pageant program. This candidacy involved approximately seven months of classes and preparation. It was a tough year, but it was worthwhile when I was crowned Princess.

This is a wonderful program, and it helped me in so many ways. I welcome all girls to try it, and watch it do the same for you.

This year has been such a blessing and it was a great experience. I would not have had any of this, or the great memories I have acquired if I didn’t have my sponsor Ron Rotzetter supporting me.

Ron, you came to every event with such a big hug and lots of confidence that I would do well. You got me where I am today, and I can’t say how much I appreciate everything you have done for me to get me here. Thanks again Ron:)

My year as a Princess has been filled with many events, traveling, laughs, tears, and so much more. You become so close with everyone you meet, and I know that even when I retire as a Princess, that I’ll have lifelong friends wherever I go.

Good luck to whoever becomes the new holder of my title (which is now to be called ‘Ambassador’). You’ll represent your Valley well.

But until then I am, and forever will be, one of the last Miss North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Princesses, 2011/2012.

Tianna Weninger

North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Princesses, 2011/2012

 

Clearwater, B.C.

 

 

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