Meet three more of the 2012 Richfield Ambassador candidates:
(Sponsored by The Pines)
Miranda Severson–Kelley is a senior at . Next year she plans to attend either Normandale Community College or MCTC. She is currently employed by Friendship Village, which is a retirement home in Bloomington. She enjoys singing, either in choir or just for fun, and getting lost in a good book while relaxing at home.
(Sponsored by )
Stephanie Chavez-Estrada participates in a long list of activities. These include choir, National Honors Society, student government, , Richfield Police Multicultural Advisory Committee and Youth Action Crew. As a senior at Richfield High School, Stephanie is enrolled in honors college level courses but she has yet to decide where her educational pursuits will take her in the fall. She plans to attend a 4-year private university to earn a degree that allows her to help people in any way she can.
(Sponsored by the Optimist Club of Richfield)
Taya, the daughter of Keely Beck and Tal Bartelle, recently completed 2nd grade at in Richfield. Her favorite thing about the 4th of July is the parade and the carnival. She would like to be a Junior Ambassador because she thinks it would be fun to represent Richfield and learn about other cities. Taya’s favorite place in Richfield is the Richfield Pool because she likes to swim and spend the day there.