Meet the 2014 Cambridge Ambassador candidates

The Cambridge Ambassador Program kicked off its 2014 experience with 21 Ambassador candidates and 24 Little Misses getting to know each other at a “Pajama Party.”

The Cambridge Ambassador Program kicked off its 2014 experience with 21 Ambassador candidates and 24 Little Misses getting to know each other at a “Pajama Party.”

The Cambridge Ambassador Program kicked off its 2014 experience with 21 Ambassador candidates and 24 Little Misses getting to know each other at a “Pajama Party.”

The candidates would love to meet you at their Pancake & Waffle Breakfast fundraiser (sponsored by the Cambridge Lions) on Sunday, May 18 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Christ the King Parish Hall. Tickets are available from any candidate or at the door.

The Cambridge Ambassadors will be hosting their annual “Princess Party” on Friday, June 6 from 6-8:15 p.m. at the Armed Forces Reserve and Community Center in Cambridge. Registration forms are available on the Chamber of Commerce website at www.cambrige-chamber.com by scrolling down and clicking on “Cambridge Ambassador Program.”

You are invited to a Pancake & Waffle Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, May 18

from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Christ the King Parish Hall. Tickets are available from any candidate or at the door. – Sponsored by the Cambridge Lions

Keep up to date with what the candidates are doing on the Cambridge Ambassador Program Facebook page.

This year’s Ambassador candidates are Jenny Curtis, Carlynn Galeazzi, Melyssa Varsoke, Taylor Weeks, Jocelyn O’Neill, Nicole Jones, Greta Holt, Jana Lindvall, Kaeli Kortan, Kayla Nelson, Abby Glotzbach, Brittney Rawson, Kasey Bruss, Mariah Kororll, Megan Dawson, Kailah Fischer, Kaitlyn Martens, Emma Schoenecker, Justine Larson, Katie Roff, and Shelby Swanson.

It’s not too late to sponsor a candidate — contact Laurie at 612-991-1687 or solle@cambridge.k12.mn.us if you would like to support one of these women through her candidate experience.

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