Eliza Simpson's Queen of Country Music Profile

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Name: Eliza Jane Simpson

Age: 21

Where are you from?

I was born in Sydney and I have lived in Tamworth for 5 years.

Who is your sponsor?

Challenge Disability Services.

Why did you enter the quest?

I entered the quest because I want to be more social and meet new people.

What is the most interesting thing about you?

The most interesting thing about me is that I love to ride horses and I love to go to the gym. I also love to sing, go shopping and go out to the clubs.

Where would you send someone to visit if they were in Tamworth for the first time?

I would send them to the Oxley Lookout.

What's your favourite thing about the Tamworth Country Music Festival?

My favourite thing about the Tamworth Country Music Festival is the music and dancing.

Who or what is your favourite band and/or song?

My favourite singer is Luke Bryan and my favourite song is Too Damn Young by Luke Bryan.

What has been the best thing about the Queen Quest so far?

The best thing about the Queen Quest so far is the toastmasters.

What would you do if you were crowned Queen?

I would be happy because this is something I could be good at.

What Queen responsibility or perk are you most looking forward to?

I am looking forward to the Tamworth Country Music Festival because I get to meet and greet new people.

Article from the Northern Daily Leader, 21 December 2017.

Author: Challenge Community Services

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