AMBASSADORS ABOUT TOWN…Current Schedule of Appearances
Hyack Events 2014
June 21st weekend the float, Miss New Westminster 2014 Claire Dresselhuis and Hyack Princess Andie Lloyd will be in Marysville, Washington at the Strawberry Festival while Hyack Ambassadors Talia De Capite, Anna Almonte and Jenni Slinn will be in the Port Moody Parade riding in Hyack Board Director Ted Eddy’s car.
Canada Day the float with 4 Ambassadors will be in the Steveston Parade in the morning, Miss New Westminster will attend the Canada Day Opening ceremonies in Queens Park and then the float with all 6 Ambassadors will be in the Vancouver Rogers Canada Day Parade starting at 7 pm.
July 19 the float and 2 Ambassadors will be in the Capital Lakefair ParadeOlympia Washington.
July 26 the float and 2 Ambassadors will be in the Seafair Parade (Seattle, Washington)
Aug. 3 the float and 3 Ambassadors will be in the White Rock Sea Festival Parade.
Aug. 9 the float and 2 Ambassadors will be in the Penticton Peach Festival Parade.
Sept. 19 all 6 Ambassadors will attend and host the VIP Alumni Reception at the Hyack Football Homecoming at Mercer Stadium.
Sept. 27 the float and 3 Ambassadors will be in Leavenworth, Washington for the Autumn Leaf Festival.
Oct. 4 the float and 3 Ambassadors will be in the Issaquah Salmon Festival Parade, Issaquah Washington.
10. Nov. 11 all the Ambassadors, Hyack Board, Past Presidents and members will be at the Remembrance Day events at the Royal Westminster Regiment Armoury.
Dec the Ambassadors will be involved in the “Homes for the Holidays” event which is a fundraiser for Queen’s Park Hospital Foundation.
The float and all Ambassadors will be in both the Vancouver and New Westminster Christmas Parades.
“During Canada’s 150th year, it’s very fitting that the Royal City recall its special place in the history of this country in a way that integrates and celebrates the culture and stories of the First Peoples of the land,” said David Brett, Hyack President. “The word Hyack, a Chinook term meaning ‘go fast,’ is deeply woven into the fabric of New Westminster’s culture and history, and reveals the profound connection between Western Canada’s first city and First Nations people.”
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