Two young women are in competition for the title of Owen-Withee Ambassador. Ashley Gay and Daisy Stock are selling tickets to win the opportunity to represent the Owen-Withee community.
I'm Ashley Gay and I'm running for Owen-Withee Ambassador. I am 15 years old and I go to school here at the Owen-Withee High School. The things that you need to know about me are that I am a very hard worker. I try my best on everything I do and I am a very caring and honest person.
The groups or the activities that I am involved in are Girl Scouts, volleyball, and I also helped out with the youth cheer team before COVID was around. The things that I enjoy the most in my free time are reading, crocheting, fishing, and, most of all, spending time with family and friends.
I really enjoyed my time as Little Miss Owen and Junior Miss Owen, taking away a great deal of experience and gaining a lot of confidence which has helped me in many aspects of my life. This past year, I worked part time jobs at Scoops and at the BP here in Withee.
The reason that I am running for Owen-Withee ambassador is because I want to get to know the community a lot better. I care about the community and want to be there for the community as much as I can.
Daisy stock is 15 years old and just completed her sophomore year at Owen-Withee High School. She works part time at Withee BP and is a member of the Owen-Withee track team.
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