Kylee Murphy is one of seven candidates. (Parker Crook/Morning Star)

Getting to know Vernon Queen Silver Star candidate Kylee Murphy

Murphy is one of seven candidates

Future plans:

Travel for a year then go to the University of Calgary.

Greatest achievement:

My greatest achievement was finishing one of my biggest art pieces, which is a self portrait.

Special memory:

A special memory I have is visiting my family in New Brunswick with my dad.

Favourite activities:

I like drawing, painting, writing, reading, camping and fishing.

Favourite phrase or slogan:

“Remember who you are.” – Mufasa.

Your idol:

Bob Marley.

Related: Introducing your Queen Silver Star candidates



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