Kayla Malone

Crowning Miss Pitt Meadows

Kyla Malone will have the honour of being crowned Miss Pitt Meadows at this year’s opening ceremonies.

Kyla Malone will have the honour of being crowned Miss Pitt Meadows at this year’s opening ceremonies.

The Grade 6 student at Pitt Meadows elementary is excited for the chance to represent her community of Pitt Meadows.

“I’m very excited for this opportunity,” said the young student. “I’m honoured that I was chosen out of all the students.”

Malone said she has been attending Pitt Meadows Day celebrations ever since she can remember and this year’s event will certainly have special meaning.

Malone says she loves her community and enjoys playing basketball and competing in the high jump. She is currently working her way to the finals of the school district track and field championships.

In addition to her love of sports, Malone also enjoys art class.

Amneet Basra, Miss Pitt Meadows for 2014, will be passing her the crown during the ceremonies, starting at 1:30 p.m.

Miss Pitt Meadows and other members of the Royal Party are selected from qualifying students who have lived in Pitt Meadows for at least two years.

The Royal Party consists of 10 flower girls, from grades 1 to 3, two flag bearers of Grade 4 boys, one Grade 5 girl medallion bearer, one Grade 5 girl record bearer, Miss Pitt Meadows and her three attendants, all Grade 6 girls, and the retiring Miss Pitt Meadows and her attendants:

• Miss Pitt Meadows 2015  – Kyla Malone;

• 1st attendant – Jillian Severinski;

• 2nd attendant – Isabella Robinson;

• 3rd attendant – Kai Ramsay;

• record bearer – Jordan Frew;

• medallion bearer – Kaia Haintz;

• flower girls – Mia Shewchuk, Sadie Kelley, Maya Power, Katie Caldwell, Erin Upsdell, Mia White-Burns, Erin Park, Keira Stanford, Brooke Moffat, Amelia Caldwell;

• flag bearers – Logan Manning, Krithik Keshan Tamilselvan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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