Meet Candidate Rebecca Hall
Rebecca is the daughter of Chris and Jodie Hall. Rebecca is currently the ASB President at her high school, a four-year varsity athlete, and an active member of senate for over six years. Rebecca has lettered in community service for more than 150 hours of volunteering in one year, and currently serves as a youth volleyball coach. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys playing sports, working on art projects, and hanging out with friends. After graduation, Rebecca plans to play volleyball for Whitman and pursue pre-medicine.
Rebecca’s favorite TV Show is Grey’s Anatomy and her favorite movie is Love, Rosie. Her favorite song is “Location” by Khalid and her favorite novel is The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks. She is most inspired by her dad, and her most treasured keepsake is the letters she received from her parents while she was attending Natural Helper’s Camp.
Rebecca’s favorite thing to do in the valley, besides Apple Blossom, is to go swimming in the river during the summer. Her proudest moment in life is when her high school volleyball team made it to state for the first time in history. If Rebecca could trade places with anyone for the day, she would trade places with Beyoncé Knowles. Rebecca believes she should represent the Wenatchee Valley because she has lived within the community her entire life and is incredibly proud to be a part of it. She has always loved being active within the community and believes this is a great opportunity to give back and celebrate those who have developed the festival.
Be sure to watch the Cashmere Valley Bank Royalty Selection Pageant LIVE on the NCWLIFE Channel beginning at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, February 10th from the Wenatchee High School Auditorium with Eric Granstrom and Julie Agens-Kuntz. You can watch on LocalTel channel 12; Charter channel 19; over the air channel 47.1; on-line at www.NCWLIFE.com; and on our Facebook Page. For more on our Pageant Coverage, click here. For more information on the Festival, go to www.AppleBlossom.org.